SEGA takes aim and blasts Resonance of Fate onto PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3

SEGA West has announced that Resonance of Fate, released in 2010 to the Xbox 360 and PS3, is now available on the PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3. Developed by tri-Ace, Resonance of Fate is a unique RPG featuring a combat system centered around gun-play in a steampunk-styled world. Players take control of Vashyron, Zephyr and Leanne, members of the Private Military Firm who are tasked with seeking out and completing quests for their clients.

Key features of the game include:

  • Battle System: Battle in fantastic cinematic action as your characters wield firearms in a semi-real time gameplay system
  • Hero Actions: Pull off spectacular moves and precision attacks through this special mode designed to chain attacks together
  • Unique Story: Built around a gigantic tower-like machine, the story will delve deep into fate and the machinery that controls it
  • Beautiful environments: Masterfully crafted environments pepper this title to illustrate the deep tapestry of this dystopian world
  • Customization: Customize your characters and give them a unique look within the game
  • Extensive Weapon customization allows your character to have specialized weapons from parts unlocked or bought throughout the game
  • Change the look of your character by unlocking costumes along the way

5 responses to “SEGA takes aim and blasts Resonance of Fate onto PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3

  1. Will says:

    Everyone buy it!

  2. randroid says:

    It’s a bit reassuring that Sega hasn’t forgotten about this fantastic game.

    Hopefully, the twenty dollar price point is low enough to entice newcomers.

  3. Skateboard says:

    Lovely game! Must have! Fantastic and deep battle and weapon upgrade system. Excellent music and loved how you progressed on the map. Atmospheric steam punk setting that I loved. Glad SEGA hasn’t forgotten about this gem. Let’s hope this is a sign for a western release of the upcoming Phantasy Star Nova and its RoF collaboration. Fingers crossed…

  4. Jrcade19 says:

    Now if only Sega could get Chromehounds back on Live….

  5. InTheSky says:

    The game is fun, it just requires lots of patience. I haven’t beaten it yet so I’ll go back later.

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