Fallen Legion, the December 2015-announced high-speed action RPG for PlayStation 4, is coming to both PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in 2017, developer YummyYummyTummmy announced at PlayStation Experience 2016.
The PlayStation 4 and PS Vita versions will each have their own unique story to follow. A limited run physical print of both versions are also planned through Limited Run Games.
Here’s an overview of each version’s story:
PlayStation 4 Version
On PlayStation 4, you guide Princess Cecille, who has reluctantly become the emperor of a dying kingdom. While Cecille is on a quest to restore glory to the crumbling Empire of Fenumia, the Legate is planning a coup d’état to claim the throne.
PS Vita players will see the events in Fallen Legion from the perspective of the Legate, a charming and cunning tactician, as he battles to oust the monarchy and roots out traitors among his army. You’ll face different ferocious bosses on Vita including the bloodthirsty Werewolf. Both twisted stories are the brainchild of Ben Bateman, localization editor on Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward.
In Fallen Legion, players will be tasked with making decisions that determine the Fate of Fenumia. Here’s YummyYummyTummy on how they can play out:
Sending troops to defend a village from a barbarian onslaught may give you an attack boost, but choosing to snub their request could grant you double HP for an entire level. Think fast because your choices permanently impact the world and you only have 10 seconds to decide!
Also, when we say “defend a village” — we mean it. Choosing defend brings players straight to the front lines and you have one chance to defeat the barbarian invaders. Win and the town is saved, but if you lose the barbarians take over. Forever. Instead of rushing to battle you could handle the situation tactfully by cutting a shady deal to give the town to the barbarians in exchange for an item. This is just one of the many choices you will make as an emperor in Fallen Legion.
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