Kemco’s Latest RPG Has A Kitten As Your God (And Playable Character)

By Eugene . February 22, 2014 . 2:00pm

 

Sometimes one wonders if the Japanese purposely add extra letters to words just to watch our reactions. Kemco’s latest smartphone RPG is Asdivine Hearts, a more classic kind of fantasy RPG where you’re off to save the world.

 

With things never being quite that easy, this comes in the form of meeting a God, who is also a twin-tailed cat. As in, it has two tails, not walks around with two ribbons in its furry hair. Did we also mention you can control him during the turn-based battles?

 

 

 

As Sol, you and Stella are just headed to Gutenburg to find work, but instead discover the kitty in your path. The talking God Kitten lets you know that a year ago, an unnatural glint of light appeared and has heralded the return of the darkness. So since you’re around, it’s your job now to stop it. Along the way you’ll also meet a gothic maid and a kung fu chick.

 

Asdivine Hearts is available on Android with an iOS version coming later this year.


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  • Frederick Anchores Panahon

    Eh, Lunar has cats for dragons.

    • Chersea

      Don’t let Nall here you call him a cat!

      • Frederick Anchores Panahon

        LOL, well personally I liked Ruby better, *cough cough*

        • Γεώργιος Αρχαιοκαπηλίδης

          I hate her for not letting me see Lucia at the hot spring.

  • Martian Wong

    Is this coming to US?

    • Godmars

      Its iPhone, so it could already be out on it.

  • makubexnas

    ….

    • Kumiko Akimoto

      Yes

  • Kazekage Gaara

    Slow day today….

  • XaviIniesta

    I have no problem with cats being my God.

  • wyrdwad

    Damn, that’s some good music! I have yet to play any of these Kemco retro-style RPGs, but I have to admit they all look really charming. One of these days, I’ll have to binge on them. ;)

    • hng qtr

      Eh, they’re pretty bland and plagued with the usual smartphone games business model. Kemco started with complete paid games, then they made free games with microtransations, and now they make paid games WITH microtransations…
      At least the games have cool sprites.

      • darkbartz

        Honestly, the paid games with microtransations don’t really need the microtransations at all. It’s not pay-to-win and really, if you need those things, something really wrong.

        • hng qtr

          I know, but I’m against microtransations in any form. It exists pretty much only to rip-off people who are bad at games and completionists.

        • Arcana Drill

          Yes, i actually beat one or two games,(without buying a single microtransations) they are normal, i played worse games on snes. And for the price isnt so bad.

      • Kelohmello

        Nevermind they shell them out like literally one a month or worse. I think they have potential to make something really good if they tried and had the budget, but…

    • Ouch My Head Said Dionysus

      I played Machine Knight and End of Aspiration (because they were free). They were pretty much the same game. Not terrible–a step above most RPGMaker games–but not fun or interesting enough to keep me playing. The sprites are definitely nice.

      The translations were particularly heinous, but I suppose that wouldn’t be a problem as you could understand the original language versions.

  • AuraGuyChris

    Why can’t a dog be god? It makes more sense.

    • Kayriss Wins

      Go play Amaterasu, problem solved lol.

      • AuraGuyChris

        What is “dog” spelled backwards?

        • Aristides

          I see what you did there hehehe

          • http://resettears.wordpress.com/ Reset Tears

            oh my dog

  • Spectacularity

    I’ve always wanted to play a Kemco game.

    • 3PointDecoupage

      They really arent good, but if you insist Id recommend Infinite Dunamis or Symphony of Origin.

      • Spectacularity

        Oh, well that’s quite disappointing. The trailers always looked interesting, but thanks for the recommendations, I’ll check them out.

    • Ouch My Head Said Dionysus

      I know this isn’t what you mean, but the MacVenture ports on NES are great. Particularly Deja Vu and The Uninvited.

      A lot of people swear by Shadowgate but I couldn’t get into it.

  • Son of a Smooosh

    Dunno about the game, but dat music sure is awesome!

    • Kai2591

      and dat cat.

      btw who’s the character in your display picture?

      • Son of a Smooosh

        True dat!

        Lady Lambdadelta from the Sound Novel/Manga(/crappy anime adaption that shall not be talked about) Umineko no Naku Koro ni.

        • Kai2591

          I see. Thanks! :)

  • biskmater

    The animated sprites look rather nice.

  • Ouch My Head Said Dionysus

    Kemco likes making the same game

  • Γεώργιος Αρχαιοκαπηλίδης

    Now here is a Kemco rpg I want to play.

  • http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/recognition/21421.html?type=4 Kashell

    If someone were to compile a list of Kemco RPGs from greatest to least, that would be much appreciated. I can hardly keep up anymore. X__X

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