You Can Watch 70-Minutes of Star Ocean 5 English Gameplay Now

Saturday, April 9th, 2016

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Star Ocean 5 | Featured

Polygon has posted 70-minutes of gameplay from the English version of Square Enix’s Star Ocean 5: Integrity and Faithlessness.

The video shows off the beginning of Star Ocean 5 and early plot points that players will be able discover on their own upon the games release this Summer. In addition, the video then jumps about 10 hours into the story to show off a new area and battles.

Disclaimer: This video could give away potential story spoilers as it does play through the very beginning of the game. 4 months will go by faster than you think.

Star Ocean 5: Integrity and Faithlessness is coming to the PlayStation 4 on July 28 in NA and July 1 in EU. The game is available now for the PlayStation 4 in Japan and will be releasing on the PlayStation 3 on April 28.




  • Wolfe

    I’m not watching anything Polygon has connected to them.

    • azariosays

      Though they are not blacklisted by us, I felt weird writing this article.

    • Wolfe

      Understandable. And I don’t fault the site for posting this. They have 70 minutes of footage, it’s worth passing along to those interested.

      But I personally will have nothing to do with them no matter how much information they have on a product of interest.

  • azariosays

    I’ll write this in the comments, i think this video is to reach casual players and bring a bigger audience to Star Ocean. I don’t understand why any fan would want to spoil the beginning of a game for themselves.

    It’s like watching the first 30 minutes of Star Wars Episode 7 only to wait 3 months to finish it.