Nayuta no Kiseki's environments look amazingly pretty

5:00 PM on 04.27.2012 // Salvador GRodiles

Oh Elliot, you don't know how envious I am of you right now. Nayuta no Kiseki shows off its areas, and they look impressive for a PSP title. 

There is something nice about the architecture and structure that was shown today. At the top of one of the dungeons, there is a colossus like statue that exhibits spinning gears and ancient machinery, which is presented quite nicely. The way how the colors and the background animations are being displayed in each location makes me want to explore that place right now. 

Following in the path of most action RPGs, the character Nayuta specializes in physical attacks with weapons. The other character known as Noi uses magical spells and abilities that use gears. Both of them also have the power to eliminate the length of a certain time consuming segment that plagues most action games. That good people is climbing up ladders, since the two of them speed through high altitudes before you even have the chance to comeback with a sandwich. 

Nayuta no Kiseki comes out in Japan on July 26, and we will most likely hear Elliot ramble about the game's greatness when the promised day arrives. 

[via Siliconera]

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