Natsume Are Still Supporting The PSP With Games Like End of Serenity

By Ishaan . April 24, 2014 . 3:00pm

Among the handful of publishers still supporting the PSP are Natsume. This morning, Natsume announced that they’re bringing End of Serenity, a game developed by Kemco, to the PlayStation Network for PSP.


End of Serenity is about a mysterious objects called “Atomigems,” which have existed all over the world throughout history. They’ve been everything from simple family heirlooms to objects of worship; however, of late, a gang called “the Underworld” has been tracking these objects down.


End of Serenity will include over 120 skills that can be used both in and out of battle. You’ll also be able to summon large beasts during battle to damage enemies.


Kemco, as you might recall, were behind another game that Natsume brought to PSN, titled Mystic Chronicles. It looks like the game did well enough for Natsume, which is partly why End of Serenity is being brought over.


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