E3 2019: Tokyo RPG Factory Churns Out Release Date for Oninaki

E3 2019: Tokyo RPG Factory Churns Out Release Date for Oninaki

It looks like an RPG all right.

pocru by pocru on Jun 11, 2019 @ 11:02 AM (Staff Bios)
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Not every announcement at E3 can raise hype – we just don’t have that kind of energy. And while Square Enix’s presentation certainly had its ups, one of its downs was the latest trailer for Oninaki, the third game from the critically… acknowledged group Tokyo RPG Factory, the creators of I am Setsuna and Lost Sphear.

Give the trailer a look.


 

ONINAKI will be available globally on 22nd August 2019. The E3 trailer highlights some of the mysteries that Kagachi will encounter during his epic adventure between the world of the Living and the realm of the Beyond.


I’ll grant you, the premise of the world – where reincarnation is a given and grieving is considered offensive – is interesting. But Tokyo RPG Factory’s whole MO is making games that seem interesting but generally fail to deliver beyond that.

We’ll have to see of Oninaki managed to break that cycle when it launches on the 22nd of August for the PS4.

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