Submitted by Slugish 786d ago | news

Edge Of Eternity's Developer Makes A Worrying Amount Of Promises

The game promises to be a classic style turn based RPG that is reminiscent of the Final Fantasy VII era, likely no coincidence that the developers are named Midgar Studio, with the city of Midgar being centre stage in Final Fantasy VII its self.

“VR is something we really like then we added support for Oculus Rift!” said the development team, although this one sounds completely ridiculous given the multi-format save game support and play style.

“Edge Of Eternity will be one of the first AAA mobile games : redefining the technical limits of mobile platforms with stunning graphics and featuring an amazing story with more than 20 hours of gameplay for the main quest.” again, another tall order and wild claim, lets hope the developers can get their heads out of the clouds and make a modern RPG title worthy of a studio that calls it’s self after one of the most famous cities in RPG gaming history. (Android, edge of eternity, iPhone, Next-Gen, Oculus Rift, PC, PS Vita, PS4, Wii U, Xbox One)

cleft5  +   786d ago
I was really excited for this kickstarter because it was getting built up as this big thing. Then I watched the Kickstarter video and wow they should have just stuck to concept art. Also, I didn't realize this was a mobile game, it's still early so hopefully they show some more content that wows people.

I do like the idea of the game, but right now I am just not willing to invest.
TheGreenMan  +   786d ago
Agreed cleft. I was particularly turned off by the story. It didn't seem innovative to me at all...

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