Anima: Gate of Memories now available on Xbox One
Anima: Gate of Memories is now available on Xbox One. This action RPG was available for pre-order last month, and it finally made its way to the big scene a few days ago. Besides Microsoft’s console, the game also arrived on PlayStation 4 and Windows PC (Steam).
Developed by Anima Project, this RPG uses a ‘dual combat system,’ which allows you to switch between two main characters in the heat of the battle. Just like the majority of RPG games, Anima: Gate of Memories’ main elements are fighting and exploration.
Here’s what Xbox’s Larry Hryb (aka Major Nelson) said about Anima: Gate of Memories:
“Anima: Gate of Memories is a third person action RPG that tells the story of two beings bound by an unwilling pact, a legendary monster and a girl who lost her past… Forced to stay together, their existences will take an unexpected turn they discover that both have been involved in something sinister, a war in the shadows in which they will have an involuntary leading role. Gate of Memories features a unique Dual System that allows you to control two different characters and interchange them dynamically in the middle of any action to create countless combinations.”
It’s an important part of the year for owners of Xbox One consoles, as a lot of new titles were recently released. Besides Anima: Gate of Memories, you can now also purchase games like The Technomancer, 7 Days to Die, Dead Island Definitive Edition, One Piece, and many more.
Tell us in the comments, what do you think about all these games arriving to Xbox One, and will you buy at lest one of them?
Anima: Gate of Memories is now available to purchase and download from Xbox’s Store for the price of $19.99.
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