Page Chronica, The PS3 Platformer Where You Capture Letters To Spell Spells

By Spencer . August 21, 2012 . 11:02am

Page Chronica’s tagline is "words have power" and in this upcoming PlayStation 3 platformer players have to capture words to create spells. You can select, rearrange, and delete letters to make different attacks, like Star Bolt and Speed Boots. By making longer words you can create more powerful spells.


Why are you catching words in the first place? Topez, a librarian in the Library of Dreams, released the Lord of Nightmares who is haunting people when they sleep. Whoops!


Page Chronica is from Red Hare Studios in Singapore and slated for a worldwide release via PlayStation Network sometime in 2012.

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  • Ayaka

    This looks sexy o,o

    I wonder how the game would be like… in terms of story. Really excited, finally something to keep an eye on that is not a sequel or related to an older title. Definitely waiting it!

  • Randgriz

    This game coupled with Puppeteer and Rain is making the PSN become even more of the marvel its proving itself to be this year. Not to mention its bevvy of retail gone digital offerings, such as Way of Samurai 4, Hypderdimention Mk2 and Legasista.

    • Domii

      Puppeteer will be a full fledge blueray release.

  • Domii

    Looks interesting.

  • omeganeko

    Most of the time i hear magical words they sound made up. So could you just grab any letters and make up a spell. whomboz plasx could be a spell to make you skip the level. I am always glad to see new platformers.

  • l777l

    Sony should offer more collections of such downloadable games on disc. It’d give players without PSN a chance to play stuff that proved to be good in terms of sales (and quality), players who prefer physical media a chance to buy a/the game(s) a first or second time, and it may increase interest in downloadable games.

  • xXDGFXx

    It’s such a interesting trailer o_o
    feels so nostalgic o_o

  • Göran Isacson

    It looks pretty darn neat, and am I the only one who got strange Secret of Mana-flashbacks when they heard the music?

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