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Nayuta no Kiseki Gallery Added
Some extra story and character bits included.
04.14.12 - 5:44 PM

Falcom recently updated Nayuta no Kiseki's official website, and with it comes a few battle screenshots and character and location artwork. The website also offered up some new story and character info on top of some details we covered the other day.

The main character, Nayuta Herschel, as we know lives on Nokosare Shima (Left Behind Island), just one of many islands in the Sciencia Sea. For some time, ruins and shooting stars have been falling and landing on Nokosare, leaving behind 'star fragments' which, if looked at a certain way in the light, offer glimpses of a beautiful world called Lost Heaven, one that people yearn for.

Fifteen-year-old Nayuta (blue hair) attends school in the port town of Sanzerize by the sea, and spends his time looking out into space with a telescope left by his father. He is curious about the falling ruin, and has also 'written' a prologue on the official site itself, expressing doubt that his world is, indeed flat. Because of the star fragments, he believes there to be more to the world beyond the 'end.'

Eighteen-year-old Signa Alhazan is Nayuta's childhood friend, and part of a protective force. Skilled with a sword thanks to his teacher Olvas, he can take on many of the island's beasts solo. He and Nayuta have also started up a business, helping out the people of Sanzerize.

The pink-haired fairy-like Noi, who hails from the ruins, once carried a Master device before it was stolen from her prior to her meeting Nayuta.

For first screens, logo and artwork, have a look at the gallery below. Nayuta no Kiseki for PSP releases in Japan on July 26th.


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