Ys: Foilage Ocean in Celceta Opening Animation Released

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The Playstation Vita remake of Ys IV, entitled Ys: Foilage Ocean in Celceta, has its opening animation released by Falcom. The animation introduces the cast of the game surrounded by the environment of the world they live in. Some action sequences are also used, revealing the fighting styles each character will possess. You can check out the opening below, as well as some screenshots.

At the end of the opening, Falcom detailed the 25th anniversary edition. It will include a drama CD, presumably of the game, a CD with a selection of Ys music and a cloth cleaner which has the Ys world map printed on it. It will go for ¥8,925 and should be released alongside the standard edition. Ys: Foilage Ocean in Celceta will be released in Japan on September 27 with a ¥7,140 price tag.

Source: Andriasang

 

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