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NIS America Brings Stranger Of Sword City To Vita In March

Stranger of Sword City

Thankfully, PlayStation Vita is alive and kicking, thanks in part to teams like Experience, Inc. and Nippon Ichi that continue to support the handheld.

Now, as revealed over at the PlayStation Blog, NIS America will bring us Stranger of Sword City next year; March 22, 2016, to be exact.

You'll visit the land of Escario and the protagonist is known as The Chosen One, or the Stranger of Sword City. It's your job to defend the city and "choose your allegiances carefully as you scour the land for a way home." You'll find a ton of character creation options and of course, the deep role-playing elements you desire. The developers have altered the traditional dungeon-crawler format by implementing new systems that make the game feel more dynamic. For instance, your choices really will have repercussions...

Learn more about the game by visiting the official website. It could be catnip for all you JRPG fanatics!

Related Game(s): Stranger of Sword City

Tags: stranger of sword city vita, stranger of sword city release date, nis america games

12/18/2015 9:22:27 PM John Shepard

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Saturday, December 19, 2015 @ 10:36:56 AM

But does it play on PSTV?

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Saturday, December 19, 2015 @ 1:20:47 PM

So far NISA has localized two other games from the same developer that supports PSTV. So I am sure this one will as well.

Former NISA employees opened up a new localization company called Acttil, and they are also localizing a game from the same developer called Ray Gigant, looks so good!

Last edited by SayWord on 12/19/2015 1:21:23 PM

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Saturday, December 19, 2015 @ 3:01:17 PM

They are SOOOO far ahead of all Japanese companies like Square Enix when it comes to localization.

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