Lost Dimension is Coming West this Summer

Atlus has announced some awesome news – they’re bringing FuRyu and Lancarse’s Lost Dimension to the west on both PlayStation 3 and PS Vita.

The game launched in Japan last August, and it’s now coming to both North America and Europe some time this summer for $39.99. NIS America is handling publishing duties in Europe.

The game is a tactical RPG that puts you into the shoes of psychically imbued warriors that are part of a group of 11 people, tasked with taking down the extraterrestrial monster known as “The End.” While the protagonist has the gift of foresight, his allies all have their own unique abilities that you must use to your advantage.

Here’s the full press release, courtesy of Atlus:


To subdue the threat The End poses to the entire planet, several countries create a special forces group called SEALED, which is comprised of eleven psychics with superhuman abilities. Each soldier has their own talents and skillsets to use in combat, which can be expanded after gaining enough experience in the field. Bonds of friendship will form amongst the members of SEALED, but be mindful of which allies to keep close, as The End mandates the player must begin eliminating teammates. Make sure to accuse the right teammate of being a traitor though – once the final battle with The End begins any remaining traitors will fight the main character alongside him.

Key Feature

  • A Cataclysmic Whodunnit! – Not only will players have to keep their eyes focused on strategically defeating the enemies laying in wait on the field of combat, but they need to carefully watch party members’ tendencies in order to expose the traitor. At the end of every floor, players will be forced to vote and eliminate one of their trusted allies, and the consequences for choosing incorrectly could be dire…
  • Spoiler-Free Zone – In addition to a variety of game mechanics to help assess teammate loyalty, Lost Dimension‘s traitor system is randomly determined, assuring that no two players will be faced with the same playthrough. Sorry, kiddies, but it’s impossible to look up the answers this time around.
  • Psychic Warlords – Each character in the party is a master of a different sphere of powers. There’s the girl who controls molecular behavior to burn or freeze anything/anyone in her path. There’s the guy who can teleport all around (also with the bonus superpower of being satisfyingly cocky). And there’s even someone with an identity crisis because all he knows how to do is steal everyone else’s powers!
  • Keep Your Friends Close… – In between battles, players will have the option to chat with teammates and develop closer bonds with them. Juggling these friendships and keeping track of who participates in battle will be the key to sussing out the traitors and assuring that, by the time you reach The End, it won’t be… the end… for you and your allies!
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  1. Phelan
    March 11, 2015 at 12:45 pm

    Valkyria Chronicles look a like?

  2. TheCynicalReaper
    March 11, 2015 at 1:14 pm

    WOOOOOOOOH!! It makes sense since I’ve heard the themes and general feel of the game is akin to an SMT title.

  3. landlock
    March 11, 2015 at 1:21 pm

    Thank you NISA Europe! No faffing around with this game. :)

  4. Nin
    March 11, 2015 at 1:51 pm

    Oh, this seems interesting.

    For the record, I would simply execute all ten of my team mates and simply grind enough to beat the final boss single handedly if possible

  5. MaidKillua
    March 11, 2015 at 2:27 pm

    SRPG? Vita??? EUROPE?!?!?! Sold

  6. sanic
    March 11, 2015 at 2:32 pm

    When I pulled up a game play video it looked pretty cool, I’ll take a copy.

  7. Nonscpo
    March 11, 2015 at 2:54 pm

    Wow Im impressed NISA, didn’t think this was coming.

  8. Tyrannikos
    March 11, 2015 at 3:41 pm

    God damn it. I just imported this.

    At least I liked it enough to double dip!

  9. Siveon
    March 11, 2015 at 3:53 pm

    Do want.

  10. Soaringfalco
    March 11, 2015 at 6:15 pm

    Oh yeah thanks Atlus!!

  11. undub lover
    undub lover
    March 11, 2015 at 11:45 pm

    Typical of atlus to not provide dual audio again.

    If small companies can provide dual audio while atlus refuses just shows how little they actually care about the games.