Natsume's End of Serenity Launches Today for PlayStation Portable

Natsume Inc., a worldwide developer and publisher of family-oriented video games, today announces the launch of their retro-style JRPG for PlayStation Portable, End of Serenity. The game is available for purchase from the North American PlayStation Store starting today. End of Serenity is rated E10+ by the ESRB and launches at $14.99.

Throughout history, mysterious objects known as "Atomigems" have existed all over the world. The people of the world have used them for many things, from simple family heirlooms to even objects of worship. However, recently, a gang known as the Underworld has been going around collecting any and all Atomigems they can find. What exactly is their aim?

That's what Eril, known as the Azure Sorceress, intends to find out. Along the way, she'll meet some friends who will help her on this mission, such as Yute, the son of a famous trader, and Earon, a highly-skilled martial arts fighter. Can they find out exactly what the Underworld is up to? And can...

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RexDD3650d ago (Edited 3650d ago )

Wow the PSP is still getting games? Well in all honesty it's technically a Vita title since you can buy it from the Vita store.


End of Serenity Review - Gametactics

For the last several years, Kemco has released JRPG title after title, with only recently a lot of them making it to Android and IOS devices in the West. Although, the in game translations done leave a lot to be desired. That’s where companies like Natsume come in. They take on the taxing job of not only localizing the various ports of some of these games, but they translate them in such a way that one wonders why they haven’t been hired to localize all the other smartphone games. Still, Natsume tackling the PSP port of End of Aspirations and rechristening it End of Serenity is interesting. Apparently PSP While the game is serviceable. The renamed title doesn’t provide much context within the game.

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Killatia at E3 2014 Harvest Moon 3D Lost Valley and End of Serenity Interview

Killatia checks out the Natsume booth at E3 2014 and checks out Harvest Moon 3D Lost Valley for the 3DS as well as End of Serenity for the PSP.


PlayStation Store Sneak Peek: June 24th 2014

Big week for the PlayStation Store as loads of content gets released. Headlining PS3 and PS4 is Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark as well as Ubisoft's Valiant Hearts. Vita gets Farming Simulator 14, Blazblue and even a rare PSP game.

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