Natsume Announces End of Serenity for PSP

Thursday, April 24th, 2014

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Natsume announced today via their Twitter that End of Serenity, an old-school RPG, will be coming to the PSP this Summer. End of Serenity is a port of KEMCO and WorldWideSoftware’s mobile RPG End of Aspiration. This is pretty much the same thing they did when they brought Mystic Chronicles to PSP/Vita last year.

Eril Searching for Atomijems | End of Aspiration
End of Aspiration (Android/iOS)
Searching for Atomigems | End of Serenity
End of Serenity (PSP)

Natsume wouldn’t confirm if this title will work on the Vita at this time, saying, “Vita compatibility is up to Sony, but we hope it will make the leap.” If you would like more information about this title, you can check out End of Aspiration‘s official minisite, Google Play page or iTunes App Store page.

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Are you folks excited to see another of these mobile RPGs get ported to the PSP? Let us know in the comments below.

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  • smacd

    I haven’t played End of Aspiration, but I have been mostly impressed by the quality of the Kemco games I have played, as far as generic JRPGs go. I won’t be getting this one since I have nearly the entire Kemco catalog on android, but it’s probably pretty decent for a generic JRPG.

  • An Tran

    It’s kind of funny seeing all these mobile Kemco games coming to PSP, Vita, Wii U, and 3DS. Last time I saw a mobile game hop to handhelds was Zenonia on DSi.
    But anyway, hopefully this will bring them more money that they can put toward advancing their JRPGs. I already have most of their games on my XPeria Play, so I won’t get any of these ports since I already get to play these games with a built-in gamepad.

  • jondoe

    Truth be told. This was one of my first Kemco RPGs. It’s really fun, but really short and the ending falls short of an actual ending. Gameplay style is the same as any other 8 bit turn-based RPG. If this is a direct port to the psp of the same mobile game, then I don’t have anything to really look forward to.

  • Giordan

    It’s odd it’s coming so late to the PSP.