Featured Nippon Ichi Announces New Action RPG For Switch, PS4 and Vita Advertisement Yesterday we found out that Nippon Ichi launched a teaser website for a new game, it was speculated that the website is somehow related to Super Nintendo but it was actually tied to a new game announced by Nippon Ichi. The new game will be an action RPG and we have a lot of details coming from RyokutyaAdvertisement Platforms: PS4 / Switch / PSVITA Genre: Action RPG Release Date: Monday, January 25 The story includes a Knight and Four princesses. A different story will develop for each of the four princesses: Veronica (voiced by Hiromi Igarashi) – A young genius witch who leads the Black Magic Guild. She is plotting to seize the world with fear due to her own selfishness. Liliati (voiced by Ayane Sakura) – A princess who serves as the kingdom’s head knight. She has a bright and positive personality, and loves her people. Monmaria (voiced by Rarisa Takeda Tago) – A fallen noble of the Noble Business Alliance, and the princess of Eudalia. She manages to survive through her vassal and mercenary family business. Alpana (voiced by Yuuki Kuwahara) – The princess of the Dragon God Clan, and founder of the “Daimakara Faith.” She is a philanthropist aiming for the coexistence of all races. The title of the game translates to “A Tale on Educating Your Four Knight Princesses”. Knowing Nippon that could be the official name but you should regard it as a speculation before the final announcement. No more info on the game is available right now aside from that it will be somehow similar to Persona 5.Advertisement Prev postNext post Advertisement Related Topics:Nippon Ichi Software Up Next Gearbox Hiring For What Seems To Be Borderlands 3! Don't Miss Destiny 2 PC Launch Trailer Click to comment Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Advertisement Advertisement AdvertisementAdvertisementAdvertisement Trending Featured2 weeks ago EA Didn’t Change Anything. They Just Postponed Their Money Grab Scheme. Featured3 months ago The Rise and Fall of EA’s Reputation Featured4 months ago Ubisoft announced Year 3 of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Support and Content Featured3 months ago Is Game Development Profitable?