Kadokawa Games recently revealed a duo of new PlayStation Vita games, with God Wars being one of them, and they have provided some new details for Tactical RPG.

First up we have some new gameplay details, God Wars takes place on a Quarter view tactical battle system. Battles will take place on different levels of elevation and will allow you to have different characters with different jobs in your party.

There are 30 types of jobs confirmed for the game so far, as well as 300 different pieces of equipment and 600 skills for you to equip your characters with. The game it’s self will require you to use all of the skills and characters to your advantage in order to figure out the best strategy to beat particular levels.

The game is also confirmed to have three nations, the leaders of which have also been revealed;

Tsukuyomi

First up we have Tsukuyomi, who is the queen of Fuji, after offering her daughter as a sacrifice 13 years prior to the start of the game she has disappeared, leaving the fate of her nation in the hands of a man named Kitsune

Amaterasu

Amaterasu is the youngest of the three leaders and is the Queen of the nation of Hyuuga. She is said to be energetic and full of light and has a keen interest in expanding her nation.

Susanoo

Susanoo is the king of Izumo nation, he is a strong and powerful leader who promotes technological strength over physical or military strength. Whilst he is aging, he is not recognized as a once powerful man by his nation.

The game is set for release in 2016 with more details to be revealed leading up to the release date, so be sure to stay tuned to The Vita Lounge for future updates.

SOURCEGematsu
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  • Yoyitsu

    “Whilst he is aging, he is not recognized as a once powerful man by his nation.” – must be tough on him, his whole nation thinks he’s been a week man his whole life.