Dewprism/Threads of Fate Celebrates 20th Anniversary With Newly Discovered Test Footage



Yesterday was the 20th anniversary of the release of PlayStation classic Threads of Fate (known as Dewprism in Japan), which follows a boy and girl named Rue and Mint. For the game’s anniversary, director Koji Sugimoto dug up some old prototype footage that was used to test out the game’s engine.


One of the biggest characteristics of Threads of Fate is how it doesn’t use any pre-rendered movies, and was in fact developed with the concept of making a full 3D polygon game in mind. In the test footage, we see some test animations that were never used in the full game.


Check them out below:

Test footage 1


Test footage 2


Threads of Fate released on PlayStation, and was re-released as a PSOne Classic on PlayStation Network in 2011.

Alistair Wong
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