Exist Archive: The Other Side Of The Sky Coming To North America On October 18, 2016

Aksys Games has announced that it will bring the tri-Ace developed RPG Exist Archive: The Other Side Of The Sky to the PS Vita and PS4 in North America on October 18, 2016.

Exist Archive: The Other Side Of The Sky isn’t your standard RPG fare. You die right off the bat in a massive explosion. While you certainly aren’t explosion proof, your journey is certainly not over before it started. Instead, you awake in a surreal realm, unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Are you dead? Are you alive? Are you now an immortal being that wields the power of an evil god?

The short answers are “Yes,” “No,” and “Yes.” The explosion that ended your everyday life was triggered by the soul of an evil god named Yamatoga. You and 11 other people (who are also no longer living) are now immortal vessels for the soul of Yamatoga. As is to be expected when one becomes newly imbued with evil god powers, you and your comrades find yourselves mixed up in an ancient conflict involving a gaggle of gods and massive stakes.

Exist Archive: The Other Side Of The Sky features a robust story as well as loads of side quests that fans of the JRPG genre have no doubt come to expect. tri-Ace continues the tradition of side-view dungeons a la Valkyrie Profile. Combat consists of a strategic combo system where each character’s attack corresponds to a button, and executing bigger combos dishes significant punishment to any foes unfortunate to stand in your way. Mixing attacks and changing party formation alters your skill development as well.

Exist Archive: The Other Side Of The Sky was released for PS Vita and PS4 in Japan on December 17, 2015.

Check out the Exist Archive: The Other Side Of The Sky Screenshots:


Exist Archive: The other side of the sky – PlayStation Vita


Manufacturer: Aksys
ESRB Rating: Teen
Platform: PlayStation Vita
Genre: adventure-game-genre

New From: $16.13 USD In Stock

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