A new turn based Japanese RPG, Legend of Legacy, has been announced for a North American release.
Previously published in January 2015, Legend of Legacy is set to be published by Atlus this Fall for North America. In the game, you explore the island of Avalon, and each of the 7 characters included has their own path and ending in the game. However, when they discover a singing stone, they receive illusions of Avalon’s partly unknown history. The gameplay is set up by a three-party system, and it is classless. It is up to the player to make each character to play a physical, defensive or supporting role. Atlus has also mentioned that there will be gameplay balance tweaks in the North American version. Screenshots have accompanied the announcement.
The talent involved in Legend of Legacy include the composer of Final Fantasy XIII, Masashi Hamauzu, SaGA series illustrator Tomoni Kobayashi, Chrono Trigger writer Masato Kata, SaGa series game designer Kyoji Koizumi and Masataka Matsuura who is known for his work on 999: 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors.
Legend of Legacy is coming to the Nintendo 3DS for $39.99 (US) and $49.99 (Canada) physically and digitally on the Nintendo eShop.
Source: Atlus USA (via Gamasutra) and Atlus USA’s Facebook Page