XSEED Games is working on a fully featured PC version of Ys Seven, an action RPG originally released for the PSP in 2010.
The company announced that the upcoming PC port of the Nihon Falcom classic will offer full HD resolution, 60 frames per second gameplay, full controller compatibility and achievements (on platforms that support this feature, such as Steam and GOG Galaxy). RPG fans will be able to enjoy Ys Seven this summer.
Offering satisfyingly fast-paced, real-time action, Ys SEVEN features a combat system that involves a three-member battle party with the ability to swap among characters at will. Series veterans and newcomers alike can expect to be immersed in a rich, vibrant world containing over 30 hours of action-packed gameplay and an epic storyline wherein players must reunite the estranged five tribes who serve and protect the Five Great Dragons – deified beings who may well be the world’s last hope. Ys SEVEN was the first title in the long-running action RPG franchise to reach a wide mainstream audience in the West, and the first title in this historically PC-centric series to be developed from the ground up for a console or handheld system since the mid-‘90s.