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Chris Gebauer
ClaDun Sengoku Gets a Full-Length Trailer
A ClaDun RPG with a dash of history
03.25.16 - 12:45 AM

The wonderful people over at Nippon Ichi Software have released the first full-length trailer for ClaDun Sengoku, the upcoming PlayStation Vita entry to the charming action RPG series. The trailer also features the theme song "Ouka Senran" sung by Kaoru Hayano.

ClaDun Sengoku

ClaDun Sengoku is a Sengoku-era, Japanese action RPG set in the after-death world of Arcanus Cella. Check out the game's Story below:

ClaDun Sengoku is set in a world called “Arcanus Cella,” where the protagonist (the player) awakens and the story begins.

From where the protagonist awakens, you meet a mysterious character named "Yukimura," and from him learn that "Arcanus Cella" is the world of the dead, and in order to escape this world, you must fulfill the dead's "regrets."

The protagonist is pressed by Yukimura to release the souls that wander the area by heading out to dungeons that hold clues to their regrets.

The protagonist will safely find the clues of their regrets and return from the dungeons. However, the souls wandering about will not be released. On the contrary, they will return to the form they had while living... the form of a military commander.

Search for the reason why the souls can not be reincarnated, and take on dungeons in order to be reincarnated yourself.

ClaDun Sengoku releases in Japan on PS Vita on May 26.

Watch the trailer below:




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