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Peter Triezenberg
XSEED Games Announces Lord of Magna English Release
I misread the title as Lord of Manga the first time, so don't feel bad if you made the same mistake!
02.13.15 - 4:07 PM

XSEED announced that the Nintendo 3DS-exclusive RPG Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven will be coming stateside this coming spring. The game was developed by the same people who worked on the Rune Factory series, and stars an innkeeper named Luchs who has a fateful encounter with a mysterious crystalline fairy who is missing some of her memories. Luchs decides to help her regain these missing memories, and in doing so encounters more fairies just like her, each with a little bit more to contribute to the greater picture.

 

Lord of Magna's combat system encourages players to aim their attacks properly in order to strike as many enemies as possible, and some features available via StreetPass will help to turn the tide of battle in the player's favor. There will also be adjustable difficulty settings and the option to fast-forward through cutscenes. XSEED has promised more updates on Lord of Magna in the coming weeks. but until then, you can slate your curiosity by watching the teaser clip below.




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