By Operation Rainfall Contributor / May 16th, 2016
Spike Chunsoft has announced on the PlayStation Blog that their roguelike RPG Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics will release on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita this Summer via PSN.
Spike Chunsoft writes this about the upcoming title:
One Way Heroics is a roguelike RPG, meaning the procedurally generated game world is different with every quest. While roguelikes typically stick you in a narrow dungeon, One Way Heroics gives you an entire world to walk. But if you insist on exploring every nook and cranny, know that the forced-scrolling screen will push you to your death before you leave the starting castle.
How does an RPG incorporate forced-scrolling? Well, every action you make, be it swinging a sword or equipping armor, brings the shining wall of death one step closer. Do you risk taking a detour to score sweet loot, or do you play it safe and put more distance between yourself and annihilation?
But if your FOMO gets you killed, don’t worry. You may lose your progress but you can carry gear between sessions using the Dream Vault and earn points to unlock new perks, NPCs, and classes. Speaking of, with more than 20 classes available you’re guaranteed to find a few who scratch your strategic itch.
Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita this Summer on PSN.
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