Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere Game's Promo Posted
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Kadokawa began streaming a promotional video for the Kyōkai Senjō no Horizon Portable (Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere Portable) game on Friday. The role-playing game inspired by Minoru Kawakami's original light novel series will ship for the PlayStation Portable on April 25.
The game was slated to ship in Japan on February 28, but the release was delayed one month. The game's staff then announced last month that the game was delayed until further notice in order to raise the level of quality.
The story runs through seasons one and two of the anime series. The game starts with about 20 player characters, and the cast of characters of eventually expands to over 80, complete with the anime's voice actors and actresses. Kawakami outlined the "academy sengoku (warring states) RPG's" story and supervised its production. TENKY is developing the game with ASCII Media Works, and Kadokawa Games will publish the title.
The game will ship in a limited first edition for 10,479 yen (about US$132) and in a regular edition for 6,279 yen (US$79). The limited first edition will include a Nendoroid figure of the character Tomo Asama in her uniform, a special fan book, and an exclusive box decorated by original novel illustrator Satoyasu. People who pre-order the game will also receive a product code for downloading Opaai Paradise! mini-games.
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