Incoming PSP SRPG, XSeed picks up Wild ARMs XF

By Spencer . November 30, 2007 . 2:15am

wildarmsxf.jpgGamers working on Final Fantasy Tactics: The Lion War and Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness have something to look forward to. Next spring, XSeed Games will bring Wild ARMs XF and 60 levels of hex grid battles to PSP owners in North America. The title is a brand new strategy RPG made by Media Vision, Sony just published it in Japan this past August. When it comes to North America it will have an additional feature, a music library with twenty songs to listen to. It’s kind of like carrying the game and the soundtrack with you.


Want to know more? Details about Wild ARMs XF’s story are past the break.




The Story


The once vibrant world of Filgaia is slowly dying, a result of some cataclysmic event lost in the dim, misty reaches of the past. The few pathetic remnants of once mighty nations are caught up in an endless cycle of war, fighting over Filgaia’s ever-dwindling natural resources. Amidst the carnage and slow decay, there is one kingdom that has until recently managed to avoid the chaos and suffering plaguing its neighbors; the kingdom of Elesius.


However, the kingdom is slowly descending into anarchy with the king inflicted with a mysterious illness that has kept him bed-ridden, intensifying the future uncertainty as the heir-apparent disappeared a year earlier and is presumed dead.  An opportunistic senate has formed its own police force and is gradually usurping power from the royal family.


It is against this backdrop of political intrigue and social decay that the main character Clarissa Arwin, accompanied by her half-brother and protector, Felius, enter Elesius hot on the trail of Rupert Dandridge, the man who murdered her mother.  What started out as a personal vendetta soon turns into an epic battle to not only keep a kingdom from falling, but to save the world of Filgaia from being turned into an uninhabitable wasteland.

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  • Any idea what sort of production values this has? Cinematics, voice acting, anything like that? (Not that it really matters, but it’s like icing on a cake)

  • @JeremyR – The Japanese version has voice acting. If you’re thinking about hand drawn anime movies I don’t think it has those. But it does have a dog as a character in your party.

  • Atlus Shrugged


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