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Trio of Genei Ibun Roku #FE Trailers Show Character, Dungeons, and Overworld
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11.05.15 - 9:49 PM

Nintendo and Atlus' joint venture Genei Ibun Roku #FE has three new trailers covering Toma Akagi, battles and dungeons, and the various locations players can visit in the world.

Toma appears to be the game's resident hot head, with the prerequisite red hair for his archetype. His trailer is similarly upbeat.

The second trailer focuses on dungeons and battle systems, which take place in alternate spaces of Tokyo known as "Idolspheres." Each idolsphere will obstruct player progress with puzzles and gimmicks as well as plenty of monsters. For example, the dungeon based on Shibuya's 106 building will require moving floors in the building by manipulating and traversing a giant mannequin arm.

Battles start when players touch enemy avatars, and in battle characters will perform actions on player command. Hitting enemy weak points will initiate a "Session Attack," which is a flurry of continuous attacks. In addition to XP, battles yield Skill Points to be spent on new skills and Performa for item crafting.

Finally, the overworld is based on modern day Tokyo and will have numerous distractions as befits such a metropolis.

Genei Ibun Roku #FE comes out December 26th in Japan on the Wii U and sometime in 2016 in the West.



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