Compile Heart's Dragon Star Varnir Game Gets Western Release in Spring 2019

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
PS4 game shipped in Japan on October 11

Idea Factory International announced during its fifth annual press event on Thursday that it will release Compile Heart's Dragon Star Varnir (Ryūsei no Varnir) PlayStation 4 game in the West in spring 2019 in both physical and digital releases. Idea Factory International is also streaming a teaser video for the game.

Idea Factory International noted that it has modified two CG scenes for the Western release.

Idea Factory International describes the game:

In a world where the bones of an ancient beast tower over the land...

The Knight Zephy is part of an order whose role is to hunt down witches – people seen as cursed beings for giving birth to dragons.

When he is almost killed on one of these missions, two mysterious witches save him from the brink of death by feeding him dragon blood.

Granted new magic abilities by their efforts, he soon finds his fate intertwined with the witches and reluctantly joins them to fight against an Empire out to destroy his kind, ruthless dragon hunters, and a witch more powerful than any in existence.

Can they fight all this and save themselves, or will his new allies succumb to the dragon's curse…?

The game shipped in Japan on October 11.

The game has multiple character designers, who each designed a different character. The game's cast and character designer are as follows (from left to right in image above):

(Note: character name romanizations are not official)

Compile Heart president Norihisa Kochiwa is credited as the game's producer. Makoto Kitano (Moero Chronicle) directed the game. Falcom is credited for "dragon cooperation." Motoi Sakuraba (Tales of Zestiria, Valkyrie Profile, Star Ocean) composed the game's main theme and battle music. Toshiaki Takayama (Dragon Drive, Valkyria Revolution) is credited for "giant dragon design."

Source: Idea Factory International via Siliconera

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