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Red Stone DS Gets A JP Release Date & Another PV
And just a few more details.
02.09.11 - 11:24 PM

Last week we talked a little about an upcoming Nintendo DS title called Red Stone DS: Akaki Ishi ni Michibikareshi Monotachi (Those Led By Crimson Will). There were 16 playable characters mentioned and that your ending will depend on the characters you choose. It looks like the game will have 6 chapters and 8 different endings as well, and the dungeons, monsters and items are all originals, created for the DS game by GameOn. In-game you can use either the touchscreen or buttons; your choice.

Here's a new PV that introduces a bunch of the characters:

Red Stone DS: Akaki Ishi ni Michibikareshi Monotachi will be out in Japan on May 26th. First-print copies will include an item pack for the MMORPG of the same name.


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