Exstetra RPG announced for the Vita and 3DS

1:25 AM on 05.29.2013 // Elliot Gay

Saving the world, one kiss at a time.

A leak from this week's Famitsu reveals a new Vita/3DS RPG called Exstetra, developed by Furyu, the folks that brought you Unchained Blades.

Like Unchained Blades, Exstetra features a host of well known people contributing to the game's art and music. Yoko Shimomura (Kingdom Hearts) will be working on the soundtrack, and Claris (Oreimo) will be singing the opening theme. Tony (Shining series), Katsumi Enami (Baccano!), and Tokyo Gensou will all be lending their artistic talents to the game. 

The theme is apparently "Saving the world with a kiss."

Well then.

More details as they come, but in the meantime take a gander at the leaked image and tell us what you think.

UPDATE: Changed the name to the proper romanization. 

[via Jin]

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