Santa Ana, Calif. (February 2, 2007) NIS America, Inc. today announced the latest SRPG Aedis Eclipse: Generation of Chaos for the PlayStation Portable for the North American market. NIS America will localize and deploy the SRPG in the US in spring 2007. The unique gaming experience offered by Aedis Eclipse comes from the combination of incredible team customization and item crafting on one hand, to the dynamic combat multi-unit battle system, on the other. The PSP format allows gamers to briefly pick up their hand-held to enjoy strategic thinking anytime, anywhere. With Aedis Eclipse, NIS America has given preference to reduce loading times to minimize stress related fatigue. Compared with previous SRPG PSP titles, Aedis Eclipse successfully offers less wait and more play time.
About Aedis Eclipse: Generation of Chaos
The world of Aedis Eclipse is divided into three worlds, the divine, upper, and lower. Each world has their own main character and story; therefore, players can experience three different stories at once. Depending on which world the player begins with, the difficulty level will differ. The lower world is regarded as the beginner's stage with many tutorials to guide the player through the game. The higher the world you choose to play with, the more difficult it becomes.
DIVINE WORLD: In a world where angels and demons lived together in peace, tragedy strikes as the king of demons is assassinated by a radical group of angels. Now, a war has broken out between the two factions and you must stop them from destroying the world. UPPER WORLD: A young knight has arrived in a kingdom ruled by a ruthless ruler. His fellow comrades have been captured by the royal army and you must rescue them before it is too late. LOWER WORLD: Another boring day of school is suddenly interrupted by a surprise bombardment. While most students flee for safety, you decide to watch the battle. In a bizarre turn of events, you are dragged into the bloody warfare.
- -Real-time strategic battle system
- -Take control of a squad of units during battles
- -Massive multi-front wars
- -Unique board game like field map
- -Three main stories in one game
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