Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna details cooperation techniques, new characters Keel and Jurion
posted on 12.17.15 at 02:37 AM EST by (@salromano)
The latest details and screenshots on Tokyo RPG Factory's first RPG.

Square Enix has updated the Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna official website with new details and screenshots about the game’s cooperation techniques and characters.

If you missed last month’s update, catch up here.

Get the information below.

■ Cooperation Techniques

Players can equip specific skills, and when the ATB gauge accumulates, activate it for multiple party members. If two, or even three party members let out an attack at the same time, it will be a display of overwhelming power.

X-Slash

A high-speed dash cooperation technique between the protagonist and Kuon. Its overwhelming speed leaves traces of an “X” in its path.

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Icega Slash

A powerful water magic and slash cooperation technique between the protagonist and Jurion.

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■ Characters

Keel

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A young boy who lives in the secluded recesses of the mountains whose family is shrouded in mystery. Keel was raised with great care by the people of the village. But he was raised naive, and envying the outside world, ran away from the village. Keel believes in hope in even the most desperate situations, and with his positive behavior is the mood maker of the group. He’s a magician who can use high level spells, and specializes in the fire attribute.

Jurion

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Jurion’s lineage extends to the old royal family. She focuses on one thing at a time and does not falter her convictions. She’s wholeheartedly stubborn. Although she also mirrors the qualities of a knight as someone with dignity and nobility, Jurion’s appearance is somewhat mysterious, making you think there is something hidden about her past. She specializes in three-dimensional attacks with her spear and water magic.

Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on February 18 in Japan.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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