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Ghostlight announced today that they will be bringing Imagepooch and TYPE-MOON's RPG Fate/EXTRA to the PAL region for the Sony PSP later this year. The game takes places in a parallel universe to the hugely popular Japanese visual novel Fate/Stay Night.
In Fate/EXTRA, players take control of a character that awakens in a strange virtual world, forced to fight for his life in a war that he doesn't understand for the ultimate prize: an opportunity to have one's wish granted. The trouble the player faces is that not only does he not remember the past at all, but he doesn't remember who he is as well. With only a "Servant" at his side, the player will have to face friends and enemies in battles to the death to gain possession of the mysterious "Holy Grail."
Features of Fate/EXTRA include:
Intuitive, Fast-paced Battle System: Using Break, Attack, and Guard abilities in combination with powerful Special Moves and Code Casts, players are required to plan out their attacks to effectively counter their opponent’s moves and emerge victorious from potentially deadly encounters.
Engrossing Story: Written by the creator of the original Fate series of PC games, Kinoko Nasu, the story of Fate/EXTRA will not only appeal to long time fans of the Fate universe, via the inclusion of many familiar characters, but will also appeal to RPG fans looking for a deep, non-formulaic storyline that delves into such mature themes as loyalty, death, love, and what it means to be human.
Extensive replay value: Multiple story paths, each with its own unique dialog trees and character interactions that lead to different endings.
-Well, listen to my story, a story I will tell, of an airborne sapper, who would go through hell, His home was FT. Leonard Wood, the land that God forgot, the mud was 18inches deep, and the sun was blazing hot.