Rune Factory 4: New Trailer

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

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With a ton of new info coming from Marvelous AQL about the new entry of the Rune Factory series, the newest video shows off the game’s combat system with the new tweaks, while also showing off gameplay that will be familiar to fans of the series:  dungeon crawling, fishing, farming, monster up-keeping, and more.

Also shown are the two main leads, Frey and Lest, including the wide variety of cast members joining them. Some of the marriageable partners, the Bachelors and Bachelorettes that Marvelous has slowly been revealing these past months, are now all showcased in one video.

For the newest entry come new additions, as Neverland has implemented these that will satisfy long time fans, and welcome new comers as well. As they mentioned before, Rune Factory 4 presents an all new partner system allowing you to form a three-man party with up to two other characters and take them into battle with you. The other is the dating system; no longer do you need to force yourself to marry another character to get closer but just maintaining a relationship, and that also opens up extra events as you get closer to that individual.

The video also reveals the special edition that includes the soundtrack of the game, in a stylish big box.

Rune Factory 4 will be released on the Nintendo 3DS, and arrive in Japan’s store shelves on July 19th, 2012.

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