Dunamis 15 Travels To The Future On September 15th; Here, Have A Trailer

By Ishaan . June 23, 2011 . 2:56am

Steins;Gate is 5pb’s major focus for the moment, with PSP and iTunes releases up next on their release list, but following that, they’ll release a new game — Dunamis 15, for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Here’s a new trailer to watch:

 

 

Dunamis 15 is set in the not-far-off future, and centres around a time loop. You’ll experience the same events over and over, and you’ll need to put and end to the loop to progress through the story. The game has five chapters, and you’ll get to go through them from the eyes of five different characters.

 

5pb have finally locked down on a release date for the game, too. Dunamis 15 is slated for September 15th in Japan. You can read more about the game’s story here.


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  • kroufonz

    september(-_-)

    that’s the same month with To Heart 2 DX plus PS3, and 2nd SRW OG, wish i had more money!

  • http://thrust-the-sky.deviantart.com/ WildArms

    I LOVE 5PB, love the designs and i love time loops stories… damn why ps3 T-T importing is so expensive, i need monehhhh

  • http://www.facebook.com/Robborboy Paul ‘Chinny’ Chinn

    So uh, 5pb, about that thing you said a while back? Where when you hit localizing these things you are going to be vicious about it?

    Yea. let’s have that start about right now. Okay?

    • http://thrust-the-sky.deviantart.com/ WildArms

      What does it have to do making a new game with localizing bussiness? I seriously doubt 5pb would put their programmers with the american/european branches lawyers to make some bizz

      • puchinri

        If I understood you right… Then I presume so we can have the new game (this game) localized~? (Supposing they said they were going to be vicious about localization, if I understand that right as well.)

  • puchinri

    They really like playing with time, don’t they? But they seem to do it well, so kudos~. 
    I like the character designs here, and the game does look and sound quite interesting.

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