Edia teases new Tenshi no Uta revival project

Tenshi no Uta revival project

Japanese developer Edia has launched a teaser website for what they’re hyping up as a Telenet revival project, featuring artwork of characters from the Tenshi no Uta series.

The original Tenshi no Uta, an RPG, was released back in 1991 for Japan as a launch title for the PC-Engine Super CD-ROM². The games were made by Telenet Japan – who later became Tales of series developer Wolfteam when Bandai Namco became the majority shareholder.

It was followed by two sequels, Tenshi no Uta II: Datenshi no Sentaku in 1993 also for the PC-Engine Super CD-ROM² and finally Tenshi no Uta: Shiroki Tsubasa no Inori, though the final title wasn’t a true sequel and was released for the Super Famicom, not the PC-Engine.

Edia launched another Telenet revival project just last year with the Telenet Shooting Collection, though as its name suggests the collection is entirely shoot ’em up titles.

Further information wasn’t shared – for now you can follow the new project’s official Twitter/X account here.

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