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Submitted by tiffac008 540d ago | article

Gust’s Vita RPG, Chronos Materia, Reveals Its Setting And Characters

Siliconera: Gust’s upcoming RPG, Chronos Materia, for the PlayStation Vita will be about the adventures of girls who have been thrown into a world where human civilization no longer exists. In addition, the game will have time-traveling features, similar to those of Radiant Historia. (Chronos Materia, Gust Corporation, PS Vita)

Snookies12  +   540d ago
I like the art style, it's quite neat. I would probably pick this up if it came to NA. :]
loretta12mazur   540d ago | Spam
tarbis  +   540d ago
A job. I need a fucking job to buy the awesome Vita games. T_T
Kenshin_BATT0USAI  +   540d ago
You and I both. I hate to quit my old one(due to my manager being a dick and not giving me my breaks [worked like 10 hour days typing nonstop, not healty either since I developed tendentious]) which I was earning a good $21/hourly at >_>

It's kinda bs.
SonyPS4  +   540d ago
I am getting it even if I have to import this. I hope it will get localized though, it's games like this the Vita needs.

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