Sin Chronicle, Sega’s new mobile RPG, offers comprehensive presentations

Earlier in September, Sega announced that it was working on a new RPG. After some expectations for a more massive title on consoles, we quickly learned it would be a game for our smartphones. sin chronicle, that’s the name of this new project, and he logically took advantage of Tokyo Game Show to introduce himself in detail and show us his gameplay mechanics in the video.

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in continuation of chain Chronicle, Sega’s previous mobile success, sin chronicle Takes the form of a turn-based mobile RPG. The decisions will be of great importance as the title does not hesitate to put forward” choose your ending in its official description. The player will have difficult choices at the end of the chapters, and must choose who will live and who will die.

It is up to you to decide the fate of the hero and there will be no turning back. Thus the plot will develop according to the characters you meet and the choices you make. And along with tactical conflicts, the game also offers free exploration where you can browse large areas. An overview of the mechanics was presented during a live presentation at the Tokyo Game Show, a replay of which is available below.

In conclusion, let us dwell on a promising soundtrack with a quality vocal cast (aoi yuki Who will play the two characters, Seiyo is famous for playing the role of Diane in Seven Deadly Sins or Futaba Sakura in Persona 5 or even yuichi nakamura, the voice of Gojou Satoru in Jujutsu Kaisen) but also several artists on Stick. kevin penkin (Necrobarista, Tower of God, Made in the Abyss) and Serra Le Compositor Principal and Sera Epaulé de Grands reprise the names Avec Kenji Ito, Masashi Hamouzu, Yoko Shimomura, Masato Koda, Yasunori Mitsuda or Yuzo Koshiro.

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Sin Chronicle is set for December 15 On iOS and Android in Japan. At the moment, nothing has been confirmed for Europe and it is difficult to know whether it will leave the Japanese borders, although the stated ambitions leave little hope for a western location.

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