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XSEED Games to Release Ys: Memories Of Celceta Game on PC

posted on 2018-03-17 22:00 EDT by Crystalyn Hodgkins
PC port of PS Vita game slated for this summer

XSEED Games announced via a Twitch livestream event on Friday that it will release Nihon Falcom's Ys: Memories Of Celceta game worldwide on PC this summer.

XSEED Games describes the story:

Knowing nothing but his name, Adol Christin awakens to find himself in the town of Casnan, a bustling frontier village at the edge of an endless sea of trees and untamed wilderness. Bereft of past and purpose, he is left to wander the town until a thief who claims to know him winds up joining him on a sudden mission to rid the local mine of monsters. This unexpected quest reawakens Adol's instincts as an accomplished swordsman, and together with the thief Duren, his adventures attract the attention of a Romun Army general stationed in the town. Impressed with their skills, she enlists the pair to assist in mapping the Great Forest of Celceta – a task which many have attempted but none have ever returned from. Far from the frontier's edge, Adol and Duren will have to brave the dangers of Celceta while constantly keeping an eye out for any clues that may help Adol recover his lost memories. More importantly, he must use his best judgment to decide whom he can trust and who is using his memory loss in order to deceive him…

The PC release will include improved visuals "with a wide range of HD resolutions," mouse support, unlocked framerates, and customizable control bindings. The release will also include a Boss Rush mode, which features Adol fighting either alone or as part of a full party in a timed fight against an increasingly difficult lineup of bosses.

Nihon Falcom originally released the game in Japan on the PlayStation Vita in September 2012, and XSEED Games released the game in North America in November 2013. NIS America released the game in Europe in February 2014.

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