It’s almost been a year since Akihiko Yoshida, the character designer for Final Fantasy Tactics, Bravely Default and more, left Square Enix. Aside from Unsung Story and Bravely Second, here’s another new title he’s been working on, called Little Noah.
Little Noah is a real-time strategy game, featuring artwork by Akihiko Yoshida, and music by Hitoshi Sakimoto, who has done various tracks for Square, including Final Fantasy Tactics, and he is also composing music for Unsung Story.
The above is a look at Noah, a prodigy alchemist who flies a giant airship in a world that flourishes in alchemy. Little Noah will have you meet new friends and explore various parts of the world
As far as battles go, there are fights against giant raid bosses as shown in the aove image, and you can cooperate with up to four people in real-time combat.
The character stats are pretty detailed, too. The levels cap at 30, but they also have additional stats, for example, the knight in the above image prefers to fight on land, he’s a close-ranged fighter, and has a movement speed of 102.
Additionally, those who register early (prior to December 15) on the official website can get a serial code to get a free “Frostarche” character.
You can also get more bonuses by getting friends to use your URL and pre-register as well. The bonuses include rubies, which seems like the game’s currency, and one “Clery” character. They say that there aren’t many healers, so getting one could help out nicely.
Little Noah launches this winter in Japan for Android and iOS devices.