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Exist Archive Opens Up With Character Trailers and One Hour of Gameplay
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01.01.16 - 10:21 PM

Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky, the newly released (in Japan) side-view RPG from tri-Ace and Spike Chunsoft, is known, among other things, for its large cast of characters. In the game, 12 people are killed by an angry god in modern-day Japan on the planet Protolexa. Their deaths (including the death of protagonist Kujo Kanata) don't last long, however as they come back to the world of the living as immortals. The downside? They now have pieces of the vengeful god Yamatoga living inside them

The Japanese publication Famitsu has brought forward several character trailers to help players get invested in the poor immortal souls they are about to control. Without further ado, let's get rolling.

The mysterious Kagato Myoji:

Kagato's twin sister, Ema Myoji:

The goddess Amatsume:

The loving Yui Mitosagi:

If that wasn't enough for you, fear not, there's plenty more. Another Japanese publication, Dengeki PlayStation, recently live-streamed seven hours of actual gameplay from Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky. You can catch more than an hour of the stream in the two videos below.

Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky was released on December 17th for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan. A Western release has not been announced.


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