Natsume has just announced they will bring End of Serenity to PSP via download on PSN this summer due in part of the success of Mystic Chronicles last year. While the PSP has pretty much been an obsolete system over the last couple years it is great to see Natsume showing passion for their work in bringing this 16-bit RPG to the State. Here are the official details:
Natsume announced a new title launching in North America for the PlayStation Portable and available exclusively through the PlayStation Network, End of Serenity. This traditional Japanese RPG was created by KEMCO, the same developer that was behind last year’s hit Mystic Chronicles, and is due out this summer.
“Mystic Chronicles ended up being a surprise fan favorite in 2013, and we’re happy to bring players a game that will have a similar appeal to our North American audience,” said Hiro Maekawa, President and CEO at Natsume. “Inspired by the look and feel of old school, 16-bit RPGs, we feel our fans will really connect to the game’s look, feel and story.”
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With over 120 unique skills that can be used both in and out of battle, End of Serenity provides an amazing level of customizable gameplay. You can even summon giant beasts during battle to inflict tons of damage on unsuspecting foes! End of Serenity will be playable during the Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3), running from June 10th through June 12th, 2014!