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This week in Q&A Quest, we revisit an infamously bad game. We also discuss Trinity Trigger and its similarities to Secret of Mana.
Trinity Trigger is both a love letter to 90s gameplay, as well as a nod to modern gameplay design. But releasing among a bevvy of other high quality RPGs, does it do enough to stand out?
This week on Q&A Quest, we discuss some of the games shown off at this year’s PAX East. We also discuss Resident Evil 4.
Jon Jansen was at PAX East on Saturday to check out some upcoming games. Here are his quick thoughts and notes a potential sleeper hit of 2023.
Marvelous Europe announced a European console release date for Trinity Trigger. The announcement was followed by XSEED Games providing a slightly earlier North American console and worldwide PC date.
With its blend of graphics, plot, and combat, this is a game that would seem to have its finger on the trigger. So how did it manage to shoot itself in the foot? That will take a few more words to explain.
XSEED Games is releasing both Loop8: Summer of Gods and Trinity Trigger in North America during the first half of next year. The publisher revealed physical editions players will be able to pick up.
FuRyu’s take on the Mana series is heading west. XSEED Games and Marvelous are bringing the action RPG to North America and Europe early next year.
FuRyu and Three Rings have continued work on Trinity Trigger since its Japanese demo a few months ago. A new trailer shows some of the improvements made to the game as a result of feedback.
This week in Q&A Quest, we discuss the recently announced Trinity Trigger. We also discuss the remaster of Romancing SaGa Minstrel Song.
In the past, FuRyu has shown itself more than willing to emulate popular game series of the past in interesting ways. With Trinity Trigger, the developers move on from the sagas of the past to a promising secret of the future.
FuRyu released the first trailer for 1990s JRPG-inspired Trinity Trigger. The video shows the game’s action combat and exploration, including three-player local co-op.
FuRyu has announced action RPG Trinity Trigger. The game is said to hearken back to 1990s JRPGs and will launch in Japan this September.