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Andrew Barker
First Official Trailer of Nayuta no Kiseki
Plus a new character and the box art!
05.12.12 - 7:48 PM

We've already seen a number of video snippets from Falcom's upcoming PSP RPG Nayuta no Kiseki, but this is the first proper trailer that has been released. At around 3 minutes there is plenty to see, so take a look below!

Anyone else think it looks a little Ys-like?

Assuming you didn't skip the first 30 seconds, you probably noticed a Japanese man. That is CEO Toshihiro Kondo. He discusses how they decided the best route with this title in the series was using a new world with new characters, and that this time, this single game will make full use of its world. This in contrast to other Legend of Heroes games that usually only tackle one section of the world at a time.

Next up, Falcom went on to announce a new character. Lyla is a 15-year-old that hails from the same island as the hero. She's a childhood friend (who'd have guessed?!) to both Nayuta and Signa.

And last but not least, the box art:

Nayuta no Kiseki releases on the 27th of June in Japan. No news yet for a release anywhere else.


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