Fantasia, Is the next game of Mistwalker, the studio is powered by Final fantasy Creator Hironobu Sakaguchi will participate in Apple Aracde later this year. Now, we have a new trailer that finally shows the diorama-based JRPG gameplay, including its unique insights into random encounters, called the “Dimengeon System”.
In the classic JRPG, like those made by Sakaguchi at Square Enix, you leave the town, head to the dungeon, go through a bunch of random encounter mills, until you fight with the boss to make the story go further.in Fantasia, Mistwalker follow-up to the previous mobile game Battle of Terra, Players can choose to send enemies they encounter to another dimension for later battle. “Then players can jump into Dimengeon when needed and enjoy the satisfaction of destroying them all at once.” Polygon report In Sakaguchi’s new interview.
Explore effectively FantasiaThe appearance is beautiful, without annoying distractions, and then return later to complete the battle and upgrade as needed. I’m not sure about its evaluation of JRPG, thinking that some of their biggest innovations in recent years have revolved around one of their core mechanisms, but this seems to be a smart way to cater to playing games on smartphones.
Here is more information about the game:
- The story revolves around the amnesia Leo (Leo), who lost his memory because of his involvement in the “mass explosion of a hybrid magic technology factory.”
- Leo collaborates with Kina, a young woman from a dusty border town, trying to discover her destiny together, which includes trotting, jumping between dimensions and navigating the “balance of chaos and order.” natural.
- The story is partly told through “bite-sized novels”, which players can explore as part of the game’s “memory system”.
- Each environment is based on a real hand-made three-dimensional model, which has been photographed and 3D scanned.
- It has an airship.
- Final fantasy Nobuo Uematsu, a compost worker, is making music.
In the past, Mistwalker has created many very good JRPGs, including The Lost Odyssey Suitable for Xbox 360 and The last story Wii. The mobile games recently launched by the studio did not impress me that much.But maybe Fantasia This can be changed.