Marvelous Europe has announced that Ys: Memories of Celceta launching on June 19 for PS4, in physical format and digital distribution. It is a remastering of the PS Vita RPG that debuted in 2014, and that as usual, include graphics enhancements like 60 FPS, high resolution, and optimized control to reproduce functions of the touch screen of the laptop. Other improvements include the option of voices in English or Japanese – texts arrive in English.
Remembering only his name, Adol Christin wakes up in the town of Casnan, a bustling border town on the edge of an endless forest. Devoid of past and purpose, he wanders through town until a mysterious informant named Duren, who claims to know him, unites Adol on a sudden mission to rid the local monster mine. " Thus begins this story in which Adol attracts attention for his fighting skills, especially of Griselda, the general of the army stationed in the city. Impressed with her abilities, she enlists Adol and Duren to help investigate the Great Celtic Forest, a task that many have attempted but from which none have returned.
"Far from the borders, Adol and Duren must face the dangers of Celceta, while keeping an eye out for any clues that may help Adol regain his lost memories. But more importantly, Adol must use his instincts to decide on who can you trust and who is using your memory leak to trick you
Of the game we tell you at its launch for PS Vita that "it may not be the AAA that the average user is expecting, but I do know that it is a game that is worth every euro it costs. A game with a combat system that engages like few others, that invites progress, to move forward and that we cannot stop playing