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Utawarerumono: Lost Flag Being Made To Help Expand The Series With More Console Titles Coming

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    Aquaplus announced a new game for the Utawarerumono series with its very first mobile game called Utawarerumono: Lost Flag. President Naoya Shimokawa shared more detials in this week’s issue of Famitsu magazine. [Thanks, Ryokutya2089.]

     

    Below are highlights from the interview with Aquaplus president Naoya Shimokawa:

    • Suzuri (CV: Yu Ayase) – Works in cremation, wears a mourning dress.

     

    • The theme of the game is about things that its characters have lost.

     

    • The reason its subtitle is written in katakana is because its platform is different from the other titles.

     

    • (On the reason they went with smartphones) Naoya Shimokawa: “Because we want to have as many people possible play the game. There was also a lot of demand from fans.”

     

    • Leading into the development of future Utawarerumono console games, Shimokawa says he feels that smartphones are a good platform they can’t ignore.

     

    • In Utawarerumono: Lost Flag we’ll get to check out countries and regions we’ve yet to see. However, it is hinted that they may appear somewhat familiar with actual places in the real-world, but not exactly.

     

    • The protagonist Akuta is said to give a much different impression compared to past protagonists.

     

    • Minagi and Suzuri both have some kind of duty in the game, and their outfits might be a hint as to what they are.

     

    • Fans can look forward to seeing the appearance of many characters from the series.

     

    • The genre is RPG, and its gameplay is being made so that it can be played with ease while not tarnishing the Utawarerumono image.

     

    • Naoya Shimokawa: “There are other projects in the works other than Utawarerumono: Lost Flag. And of course there are console titles in there, so please look forward to it.”

     

    Utawarerumono: Lost Flag is in development for iOS and Android.

    Sato
    Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards. Editor-in-Chief @Siliconera

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