Sega has officially announced Sin Chronicle, their new smartphone RPG announced last month ahead of Tokyo Game Show 2021.
Sin Chronicle is a “choose your ending” smartphone RPG coming to both iOS and Android on December 15 in Japan. Pre-registration is also now available via the iOS App Store and the Android Google Play store.
Here’s a new trailer:
Here’s a rundown on the game:
The latest single-player RPG from the studio behind “Chain Chronicles”.
Shin Chronicle is “true role-playing”.
An RPG where you choose the ending. At the climax of each chapter, you are faced with two ultimate choices. Who will survive and who will die, it’s all up to your choice.
The choice cannot be redone.
You have only one chance to choose between the two fatal choices. That’s why your fingers tremble and your soul trembles.
With the friends you choose, you can tell your own story.
Every character has a story, and the companions you choose to walk with you on your journey.
This is the RPG you’ve been looking for.
This is the RPG I’ve been looking for. Walk freely in a vast field. Hack and slash weapons. Turn-based battles with a sense of speed.
Connect with everyone’s chronicles!
Share the ending of your own story on Twitter. Each person’s experience is connected to form a larger story.
The characters that color your destiny. The double heroine is played by one person in two roles.
- Sera (CV: Aoi Yuuki)
- Chloe (CV: Aoi Yuuki)
- The protagonist (CV: Yasuto Saka)
- Günther (CV: Yuichi Nakamura)
- Anne (CV: Kana Hanazawa)
- Leon (CV: Junichi Suwaibu)
- Biske (CV: Mariya Ise)
- Gaust (CV: Tomokazu Sugita)
- Violette (CV: Ai Orikasa)
- Rihan (CV: Hikaru Midorikawa)
A dream banquet of long-awaited RPG fans! Gorgeous composers
- Kevin Penkin
- Kenji Ito / Masashi Hamauzu
- Yoko Shimomura / Masato Koda
- Yasunori Mitsuda / Yuzo Koko, etc.
SEGA, the creator of the revolutionary smartphone RPG Chain Chronicle, is once again revolutionizing story RPGs.
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