Resonance of Fate: Producer Takayuki Suguro

While the world worries about whether Japanese creativity will be stifled by the ever-sobering realisation that games must attract a worldwide audience, tri-Ace takes the future in its stride. The results can be seen in its upcoming RPG with SEGA, Resonance of Fate – visually, it's quite unlike your traditional strategy turn-based affair, but under the hood comes a myriad of options and features that feel closer to home for the classic JRPG player.

SPOnG spoke to Resonance of Fate's director at tri-Ace, Takayuki Suguro, to discuss the game's unique art style compared to other Japanese RPGs, and whether the traditional JRPG is on its way out in favour of an approach that favours the Western market.

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