Fans of Japanese role-playing adventures have had a lot to be happy about in the first quarter of this year. With the release of Persona 3 Reload and the upcoming Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth, there’s been no shortage of exciting games to enjoy. However, the industry continues to move and new projects are being announced, one of them being “Lost Hellden.”
This JRPG is more action-focused and takes players to Era, a world where inhabitants are forced to be linked to one of the Seven Deadly Sins from birth. The game’s authors explain that citizens must resist temptation or risk becoming monsters with a fate worse than death. The story revolves around two twin brothers who must undertake a dangerous journey of self-discovery after something goes wrong in their union ceremony.
The trailer for Lost Hellden showcases its hand-drawn 2D and 3D animation, action combat with a strategic component, deep story, characters, and great customization. The game promises to deliver a Japanese role-playing adventure that will excite fans of the genre.
As for the release window, Lost Hellden is set to arrive in 2025 on PC and consoles that have not yet been announced. A demo will be released soon, and the game is being developed by Artisan Studios in collaboration with Takeshi Oga, the illustrator of Gravity Rush, and Hitoshi Sakimoto, the composer and sound director of Final Fantasy XII.
Overall, Lost Hellden looks to be an exciting addition to the world of Japanese role-playing adventures, and fans of the genre have a lot to look forward to with its release. Stay tuned for more updates and announcements about this highly anticipated game. #LostHellden #JRPG.embed-twitter-Tweet![image](https://twitter.com/UserName/status/TweetID)