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Andrew Barker
Rewind Turns in Tears To Tiara II
There's also a long new gameplay video.
10.25.13 - 2:22 PM

In a new trailer released earlier this week, it was revealed that in upcoming PS3 turn-based strategy RPG Tears to Tiara II you will be able to undo turns in battle to try again. Up to 20 turns can be reversed in this way, allowing you to move characters to different locations or try new actions. Of course, so you can't cheat, if you try the same thing again, any damage dealt remains the same as your first attempt. This mechanic seems to work much like the Chariot from Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together.

Traps will also be added to the sequel too, which I suppose will be much easier to deal with if you can rewind your previous turn. Special characters can be invited to your party via a mini-game where you must stop a spinning wheel at the correct point. There will even be mounts to ride such as elephants, boars, leopards and griffons.

Check it all out in the new video below:

Tears to Tiara II is due for release in Japan on the 31st of October.


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