XSEED has localized Ys Origin and will release the game on Steam later this month, according to Siliconera. The game details the back story of the twin Goddesses Reah and Feena and contains three playable characters – each with its own story and gameplay. After the core game is completed, players will be able to try out Time Attack, Boss Rush, and Arena modes. Upon release, the game will contain widescreen support and Steamworks integration.
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XSEED has added another game from Nihon Falcom’s back catalogue to its slow-but-steadily growing collection of Steam releases. Ys Origin dates back to 2006 so if you’re a hardcore fan (as most people who recognise the word “Ys” are) you’ve probably already played it, but this is the first officially localised Englished version to hit […]