The story for the upcoming sideview role-playing game Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky has been revealed in a new promotional video for the game. The new promo video highlights the Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky game story and characters as well as introduces the cast members. In addition, it also confirmed that the Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky release date in Japan will be on December 17, 2015.
Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky Promotional Video
Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky was originally slated for release on November 26 on PlaySation 4 and PlayStation Vita however, it was delayed. The game version is PS4 will cost about 7,200 yen (around US$56) while the version for PS Vita is about 6,800 yen (around US$54).
Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky Game Story
The game’s story revolves around Kanata, a young man who is caught up in a mysterious explosion incident in Tokyo. The explosion causes the ground to collapse down to the subway level, and Kanata, his fiancée Ranze, and their two friends are part of a group of 12 people who are unaccounted for afterward. As they lay dying, Ranze — who has seemingly had a good relationship with Kanata — says, “I don’t want to die together with you.” The next thing he knows, Kanata wakes up in an unknown place that is obviously not Tokyo, or the Earth: a giant tower pierces the heavens and the trees are all crystalized. Kanata finds himself alone, wondering if he is dead. As he ponders this question, he wanders around this new world, and meets a lone young woman.
The first teaser video for the game was previously released by Spike Chunsoft last August 2015.
Helming the game project and also writing the game’s scenario is Masaki Norimoto from tri-Ace. Serving as the project’s lead R&D programmer is the current tri-Ace representative director Yoshiharu Gotanda. The character designs were made by Tarō Minoboshiand composing the music is Motoi Sakuraba. Yuichiro Saito from Spike Chunsoftis credited as the game’s producer.
Last Updated on February 16, 2021 by Yu Alexius