Tri-Ace announce 3DS and PSP games

Resonance of Fate

Tri-Ace, the team behind the Star Ocean franchise and more recently Resonance of Fate, are now setting their sites on portable gaming with two new projects for the 3DS and PSP, and Japanese magazine Famitsu has the latest details.

The PSP title is called Frontier Gate, which is said to be similar in style to the Monster Hunter series. The key difference is that the game will feature turn-based battles instead of real-time gameplay. Multiplayer will also be included for up to three players.

Beyond the Labyrinth is the name of the new 3DS title. It is a 3D dungeon RPG that will feature a young girl as the main protagonist. Takayuki Suguro, who was the director of Resonance of Fate and Valkyrie Profile 2, will be handling that same role for the 3DS release.

Frontier Gate has been confirmed for 2011, while Beyond the Labyrinth has no specific release date yet. Both titles are being published by Konami.



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