I was actually serious about wasting your life with Ion, because Gust is giving us a rundown on Surge Concerto's gameplay. For a girl that went through a crisis of losing her memories, she still continues to live out her life like any normal person. She sleeps, she eats, and she explores the areas of her world as you interact with her.
As the game approaches its release date, Gust has done a great job in presenting us the ideas that they have in mind for the interactions. The whole setting reminds me of the Ar Tonelico games, if the series were to focus on being a life simulation game. If there was one minor complaint about the trailer, it would be that Ion's mouth barely opens when she talks. But then again, she was speaking in a calm manner, so there might be a chance that her mouth will change when she expresses other kinds of emotions.
Surge Concerto: Ciel no Surge is set to come out on Thursday in Japan, so we might get a brief rundown of the game when Elliot unleashes his next installment of Go West.
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