Judas Code Is About The War Between Three Factions In A Post-Apocalyptic World

By Sato . July 25, 2014 . 2:55pm


Judas Code is an upcoming free-to-play title by tri-Ace, featuring a single player shooting mode, and a card-battle multiplayer mode. The game’s official website shares a few more details on the story and some new characters.


The year is 20xx, and in the midst of World War III, a giant pillar called “Longinus” appeared, and began to erode Earth after causing irreversible damage. Afterwards, war continued raging on three factions came to power: The Rouage Republic, GAS, and a group of “new humans” called Regenerators.



This mysterious girl doesn’t exactly have a name, but she’s an Operating System that can only be heard by those of the Regenerators. She appears in front of the protagonist after he/she joins the Regenerators.



Mei Yasoshima is a childhood friend of the protagonist. She was originally an operator for a free company, but after the protagonist gets kicked out, they join the Missing Mebius guild. She has has a knack for making good decisions.



Muerta Megalith is the leader of the Regenerator organization guild, Missing Mebius. He’s quite the tough guy who stays active for the sake of saving other Regenerators. Muerta has been through all kinds of experiences, and is known as the legendary soldier, the God of Death.



The above trailer doesn’t show any gameplay footage, but acts as a tease for the game, along with the story we know thus far.


Judas Code will be released this Summer in Japan, as a free-to-play title with micro-transactions for PS Vita.

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  • tubers

    Is iOS/Android cover-shooter gameplay a given with the last screenshots/ui?

    • Slickyslacker

      Being a Vita title, it’s likely to be more well-polished and attractive than the average mobile game of this sort…

      …but being F2P, it’s bound to be similar in that regard, yeah.

  • Kornelious

    Though I’m not to keen on F2P games with micro-transactions, This loooks pretty interesting (Good art also) and I wouldn’t mind if this get’s a localization….Though I don’t know what Tri-Ace’s rep for Localizations is like…..

  • Callonia

    I miss triace.

    • Duo Maxwell

      I hope you’ve heard about Phantasy Star Nova.

    • Kai2591

      I miss SO’s battles system…especially TLH’s..

    • Xerain

      I miss tri-Ace games actually being translated. It’s not like they ever stopped.

      • i hope it will be back
        they deserve it

    • 永次

      Labyrinth no Kanata 2012
      Phantasy Star Nova 2014

      • Yeahhhhh !
        I saw a video of ps nova and i was like ” i need this now”

  • MrTyrant

    “Muerta” sounds awful as name. In spanish it means dead but only applied to females.

    • really ? are you from spain ?
      I already heard muerta sometimes , never thought it was for women

      • Norbert Gespenst

        Phonetically feminine but I’m pretty sure it’s universal

      • MrTyrant

        A clear example will be
        He is dead = El esta muerto

        She is dead = Ella esta muerta

        and also can be applied for animals or things (this one with exceptions). Most verbs have gender. That’s why this name sounds awful to me.

    • aquagon

      Agreed. I guess it has to do with how the Japanese think everything in other languages looks cool, though they even still managed to somewhat link the name to the character’s story.

      • MrTyrant

        Well at least they got that right.

  • Baka-Juice

    cards and shooter, i like <3 , hope this makes it to the US of A

  • Alice

    Free-to-play-too in NA…? Pls? :3

  • Kai2591

    Nagi Ryou art! <3
    I can recognise that style a mile away XD

  • So no hero ? we create our own ?

  • From what I’ve seen in terms of game play I’m really hoping this gets localised

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