Resonance of Fate confirmed for Q3 2010

Friday, 31st July 2009 21:48 GMT By Stephany Nunneley


Resonance of Fate (End of Eternity) has been confirmed for a North American and European release in Q3 2010.

The joint venture between SEGA and tri-Ace is being released in hopes of sparking more interest in JRPGs.

“America and Europe is the same release,” said SEGA’s Europe localization producer Jun Yoshino. “Usually the European version comes a year after, let’s say the Japanese release. During the year, a lot of people are going to be like, well this is old news now. We’re going to be losing a lot of interest if there is such a long time as a year.

“We’ve scheduled it in so we can get it out as quick as possible.”

It’s slated for PS3 and Xbox 360.

Via D’toid



  1. Hunam

    This game has not one, but two of the blandest names in gaming. Good work tri-ace.

    #1 5 years ago
  2. BrokenSymmetry

    How does tri-Ace come up with those names? First “Infinite Undiscovery” and now this…

    #2 5 years ago
  3. fearmonkey

    @Broken, I disagree about IU. Think about it, they are barely touching the greatness of adding “Un” to game names.
    Think about how cool it would be if all games had that. Gears of Unwar, Command and Unconquer, Ununder a steel sky, Ununtouchables, Age of Unconan, And they could start using Not too, “Not Halo” would be a good one.

    Seriously, except for the big daddies like FF, do we JPRG’s really do it anymore for the US, or Europe? It seems like the game formular is a bit tired. I love a good RPG, but JPRG’s are adventure story telling, not so much role playing as you cannot usually mess with your own charatcers stats, and they tend to be extremely linear. I loved the FF series, but all of the JPRG’s I have played for the 360 havent really captured me.

    #3 5 years ago

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