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Josh Curry
Lord of Magna Manages an Inn in New Trailer
Tell me if you've heard this one: plucky hero helps cute, amnesiac faerie.
04.22.15 - 11:32 PM

Coming from a portion of the team that developed the Rune Factory series, Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven is a strategy RPG where special attacks are unlocked by building trust between the game's protagonist and the members of your party.

The game follow a familiar plot where a small town hero helps a girl with amnesia: "Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven begins with a young innkeeper, Lux, whose peaceful innkeeping days became numbered once he discovered a bracelet known as 'Lachryma.' Suddenly accosted by strange fiends, he's saved by a mysterious faerie encased in crystal whose memories are spotty at best. Lux decides to help her recover these memories and, in doing so, encounters numerous other faeries just like her, each wielding unique powers and remembering a little more about their storied pasts as the entourage grows."

Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven will be released for the Nintendo 3DS in North America on June 2nd and in Australia and Europe on June 4th. In North America, Lord of Magna will release both at retail and as a downloadable title for $39.99. In Europe and Australia the game will be a download-only title for 24.99 / 29.99 / $49.95 AUD. All first-run copies of the game will include a soundtrack CD featuring 28 songs from the OST.


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