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Legend of Legacy | Limited Edition

The Legend of Legacy has hit store shelves today in the form of the Launch Edition. In addition to this, the game is also available for download on the Nintendo eShop. The game is currently available for the retail price of $39.99/CA$49.99. The western release of the game also received a changed new game plus mode, with money carrying over to new games, in addition to reduced travel time and increased rare item drop rate.

Fortune Favors the Bold Who Explore the Mysterious Island of Avalon — The Legend of Legacy is Now Available
IRVINE, Calif.Oct. 13, 2015 — The adventure of a lifetime awaits in The Legend of Legacy, now available in stores and on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS. Choose from any of seven adventurers who have their own reasons for exploring the newly formed island of Avalon…be it to recover memories like Bianca, or to find a new home for his people, such as the frog prince, Filmia. A collaboration of legendary developers (Chrono Cross, Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy XIII, and more), the game is now available in the Americas  for $39.99/CA$49.99. For more information, check out the official website at
In addition to exploring the island of Avalon, Combat will offer plenty of challenges in The Legend of Legacy. Combat is turn-based, but players will have the option to create their own formations tailored to their party of three, meaning each party member can be put into a different combat role (defending, attacking, supporting, etc.) at any given time. Formations can be saved and changed between turns as well, giving players plenty of options to maximize their strategies.
Other gameplay features in The Legend of Legacy include:
  • Seven Unique Perspectives – Each character in The Legend of Legacy has their own motivation for exploring Avalon, and their individual conclusion at the story’s resolution. Play through as each character to see them all!
  • Combat Gets Classless – Managing formations to instruct specific combat roles instead of fixed classes adds a different level of challenge for battle enthusiasts.
  • Legendary Development – Illustrator Tomomi Kobayashi (SaGaseries), renowned composer Masashi Hamauzu (SaGa, Final Fantasy XIII), writer Masato Kato (Chrono Trigger), game designer Kyoji Koizumi (SaGa series), and Masataka Matsuura (999: 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors) all come together to create this brand new experience.
  • Adjusted for the West – To help encourage players to explore the end-game content in the form of New Game-Plus with new changes. Money now carries over to new games, the rare item drop rate was increased, and the amount of travel time the ship takes has been reduced.
The Legend of Legacy is a brand new RPG developed by FuRyu and published in the Americas by ATLUS. The game is rated E10+ by the ESRB and is available now. Official website:


Atlus U.S.A., Inc. has become known across the industry as a mark of high-quality, deeply immersive, uniquely Japanese video game experiences.  With award-winning titles that reach across a variety of genres and platforms, including the Shin Megami Tensei® and Persona® series of role-playing games, the ground-breaking action-adventure/puzzle game Catherine™, and the much-celebrated RPG Demon’s Souls™, Atlus is committed to offering the highest standard in interactive entertainment experiences.

About Justin Kersey

My name is Justin, and I graduated from Ball State University with a degree in history. The long tale of my love for gaming began when my dad brought a Super Nintendo to our house in the ancient year of 1992. I played Mario Paint, Super Mario World, and Donkey Kong Country in my early years. My love for games only grew when I got a Game Boy and Sega Genesis in the mid 90s. Before I knew it, I was in college watching youtubers like the Angry Video Game Nerd, applying my love of video games to my love for history. Soon, I began collecting as many video games as I could. My favorite genres are JRPGs, open-world survival games, and adventure games.