Recent news shows that the classic JRPG series Shining Force is about to get a chance to be revived on mobile platforms when HIVE, the Japanese subsidiary of Korean developer Vespa (King’s Raid), has acquired the copyright of this game from SEGA to develop newer. titles based on successful IP. This agreement covers copyright in certain regions of the world; such as Korea, North America, Japan, China,…
The first title of this agreement is titled “シャイニング・フォース～光と闇の英雄～”, officially translated as Shining Force: Heroes of Light and Darkness. There are no exact details about this game yet, but HIVE has confirmed that it will belong to the well-known simulation RPG genre. SRPG: Simulation Role Playing Game is where players can form other characters in a unique world. Shining Force: Heroes of Light and Darkness is expected to enter closed beta in early 2022 before its global release the same year.
Shining Force, once a big SEGA brand when it first appeared on Genesis 1992, has now rapidly “changed its face” by moving from a battle game with RPG elements to a RPG action format. most popular role. Shining Force Neo’s major milestone came in March 2005, when this game came to PS2 and received a lot of praise from fans, creating momentum for SEGA to continue releasing many new versions thereafter.
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