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Labyrinth Tower Legacista Screens & Art Added
Some more story details explain things a little better, too.
11.30.11 - 9:12 PM

Labyrinth Tower Legacista, the PS3 action RPG from Nippon Ichi Software and ClaDun developers System Prisma, has a 2D look, but one more high-res and colourful than the ClaDun games. The game follows a protagonist who is trying to save his sister, who's been petrified. The story begins a millennium before this though, back when people were afraid of magic, and technology ruled instead. In what is known as the Ivory Tower, things such as their creations have been left untouched the entire time.

Of course, this is where, as the main character Alto, you'll end up as you seek to cure your sister. As 17-year old Alto begins his search inside the tower's rail yard, he discovers the humanoid robot Melize and switches her on. She's from that ancient society so she knows about the tower and the rail yard. Mr. Dungeon, the same one that sells you bean sprouts, takes care of the tower and is also from that era.

We know already that the bean sprouts can heal you, but you can hurl them at your foes in battle too. Status effects are all varying types of poison, each with a unique cure via some edible item. (Perhaps there's a bean sprout for that.) You can switch between Alto and Melize as you explore the game's many dungeons.

For 40+ new screens and 11 pieces of artwork, be sure to check out our gallery below. Labyrinth Tower Legacista releases in Japan on March 15th.


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