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Andrew Barker
New Trailer For Mobile RPG Alphadia Genesis
Plus new details on the voice acting and story.
01.05.14 - 3:45 AM

Kemco has released a few dozen RPGs for mobile platforms over the past few years, and tends to churn them out pretty regularly. Up until now, they've all been 2D, but their upcoming title Alphadia Genesis will be the first to sport 3D models. While sprites will still be used in the field, battles will now be fully 3D.

The story will follow Frey, who is investigating a man murdered by his clone servant. These clones are ancient relics originally designed to kill, but have since been reprogrammed to lead peaceful lives as workers and servants. Obviously, something is changing, and Frey and friends will be caught in the middle of it.

Also a first for Kemco, the game will feature full voice acting. It will not be dubbed for an English release, but the original Japanese voices will be used - which is probably not an issue for interested players.

Without further ado, check out the new trailer:

No release date has been announced yet, but Alphadia Genesis is expect for release first quarter this year on iOS and Android.


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