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New Story Trailer Revealed for Square Enix's Lost Sphear
'Restore the World' with your Memory power.
10.24.17 - 10:13 PM

The second game from Square Enix and Tokyo RPG Factory, Lost Sphear, received a new "Restore the World" trailer that shows off the game's setting and characters. The world of Lost Sphear was created by the Moon and the main character, Kanata, has awakened to the power of Memory which he must use to restore parts of the world that are disappearing. Although Lost Sphear has a different visual style from Tokyo RPG Factory's previous outing, I Am Setsuna, they seem to share a common ancestor in Chrono Trigger as far as their battle system goes. See the game in action below.

Lost Sphear is currently available for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan. It will come to PS4, Switch and PC in North America and Europe on January 23rd, 2018.


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