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Trent Argirov
Tokyo Xanadu Now Available on PlayStation Vita in North America
Fight the Eclipse within the chaotic streets of Moriyama City!
07.04.17 - 10:48 AM

Falcom and publisher Aksys Games have released the frenetic, action-RPG Tokyo Xanadu for the PlayStation Vita. The game revolves around a group of high school students fighting a chaotic presence, named the Eclipse, due to the consequences of a cataclysmic earthquake leveling Tokyo, 10 years prior to the start of the game.

tokyo Xanadu vita

Tokyo Xanadu comes in a Limited Edition format, as seen below:

tokyo Xanadu vita

The Limited Edition contains:

  • Tokyo Xanadu Physical Copy (Vita)
  • 5" Deluxe Morimaru Plush
  • Blade Card Game Deck
  • 60 page Art Book
  • CD Soundtrack
  • Collector's Box

Lastly, a launch trailer was also released, via Aksys Games' official YouTube channel, highlighting Tokyo Xanadu's combat, in a short, action packed cut, sporting some bombastic music.

Tokyo Xanadu is available in North America, for Playstation Vita, and the enhanced version of the game, titled Tokyo Xanadu EX+ will be available on PlayStation 4 and PC during Fall 2017

Stay tuned to RPGFan for our forthcoming review, and if you're curious about what Tokyo Xanadu EX+ has to offer, Michael Sollosi has you covered with his hands-on preview!

Stay tuned to RPGFan for all things Falcom, and Tokyo Xanadu!


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