End of Serenity Will Be Available For PSP Next Week

By Ishaan . June 19, 2014 . 4:31pm

Natsume are among the few publishers still releasing PSP games, and their next title is Kemco’s End of Serenity. This morning, Natsume announced that the game will be released in North America on June 24th.

 

End of Serenity will be available as a download title via PSN. You can read more about the retro-styled RPG here.


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  • Kornelious

    Sweet, if it’s not to much I’ll have to pick it up :) (Heh, that rhymed :P)

  • Kaitou21

    Ugggghhhhhhh…too retrooooo……

    But what can I expect from the near dead PSP…

    • http://s1.zetaboards.com/Espada_of_Alexandria/index/ konpon568

      The PSP will seize production sometime near the end of this year, so…

  • revenent hell

    Hmm… If it is cheap enough I will buy it. The game sounds interesting and the art is pretty so I will probably pick it up.
    I don’t mind the “back in the day” style for this game either , sometimes it has a charm all its own but that’s really dependent on the game. Some irritate me when they use this style and it just screams lazy to me

  • Masa

    It takes like 8 – 9 hours to complete the game……which is way to short for a rpg, plus the combat and story are bad.

    • Crimson_Cloud

      Well, at least it’s better then nothing. PSP needls a little pat on the head. The guy was a bit too lonely lately. ;)

      Also, thanks for the heads up Siliconera. Forgot about this game.

      • Masa

        Well its a dead console, it needs a gravestone not a pat on the head, xD.

        • Crimson_Cloud

          My heart just won’t let go… XD

          Well to be fair, it died here in the West long ago but it was alive and kicking in Japan. It had some good titles last year. Ps2 is officially dead but I still play oldies on him and Fifa14 was released on it not long ago so…

    • LastFootnote

      To be fair, it takes me 8-9 hours to complete Final Fantasy IV. Of course, its combat and story are good.

    • dzeidzei

      I think you’re making an untrue statement about the combat. I rather enjoyed it as I particularly remember that the boss battles required me to ditch the usual press x to win strategy or rather the conventional strategies that are all that are required in many JRPGs and instead forced me to use moves I wouldn’t normally use and sometimes it really made me pause and plan my moves as well.

      Personally, for me this game was the first RPG that was this short so I thought it was kind of funny to discover that it’s possible to have an FF-esque, save-the-world story told in less than 6-7 hours (I think I managed to complete the game in less than that time).

  • Learii

    that nice and all =D
    but I wish Natsume could make a JRPG for vita

  • dzeidzei

    A nice little adventure. Kinda funny that it was so short.

    Almost on topic, could someone recommend a good Kemco RPG for me? This one was free but after having played this I thought I would like to try a buyable RPG from the same company.

    • http://nightblood.us/ Hunter Nightblood

      I would recommend Machine Knight (Free on Android) and Symphony Of the Origin. I’ve completed both, and they are really good, especially Symphony of the Origin. They both have In-App purchases, but you don’t need them, unlike some other RPGs we know…

      • dzeidzei

        Thanks for the tips! I think I’ve heard of that first one actually.
        I never bought any of the stuff in this game and I didn’t really bother with any of the post-game content either but I wouldn’t mind giving Kemco some money really if they make a game I enjoy playing.

  • Aristides

    Picking this up.

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