Beyond the Future: Fix the Time Arrows Announced

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When you play the typical fantasy RPG, you expect an outstanding battle system, deep customisation and plenty of areas to explore. But what if a typical fantasy game focused on the relationship between your character and others? That’s the case with the following game. 5pb and Rejet, developers of Lucian Bee, have revealed Beyond the Future: Fix the Time Arrows for the Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable. The game has only been announced for Japan.

The main character goes by the name of Lilith, an apprentice priest. She has a fairy friend, Kanus, who can only be described as a geomancer or an elementalist.

The game will be in the vein of ‘choose your own adventure’ as you guide Lilith to romance one of the other important characters, who portray standard RPG classes. Below are the character, from left to right, Nate (thief), Nayuta (temple knight), Kirite (warrior), Thor (monk-type) and Niko (mage). Lilith is the character between Nayuta and Kirite. Kanus is positioned at the top left corner.

The concept sounds quite interesting. However, don’t expect this game to head to the West.

 

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  • MsSugarPop

    They should release this to the west, too! I know I would like to play. :c

  • Joshua Spudic

    Not only I love the fantasy genre, but this game just sounds too good to pass up.

    However, with Vita less than a year away and the attitude towards the PSP in the West, this game may not be localised. Importing may be the way to go.

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