Localization and publishing company Sekai Project announced its bringing Fault Milestone One and Rabi-Ribi to the PlayStation 4 and Vita this year.
Both games will be PlayStation console-exclusives and are the first in Sekai’s foray into porting its library of PC titles to the PS4 and PS Vita.
Developed by Taiwanese studio CreSpirit, Rabi-Ribi combines the gameplay of Metroidvania 2D platformers and bullet hell shooters into a cute bunny girl package. The PS4 and PS Vita versions is scheduled to launch this winter and will featuring new music, all the content from the PC release, as well as brand new content.
Rabi-Ribi official story description:
This 2D sidescrolling exploration platformer follows the adventure of Erina, whose humdrum life as a regular rabbit is turned upside-down when she finds herself in an unknown world and turned into a human with rabbit ears! Along the way she meets the cheerful pink-haired fairy, Ribbon, who mysteriously chooses to stay by Erina’s side. These unwitting heroes embark together on their quest to restore Erina’s life to normalcy, but who knows what troubles lurk, waiting for them… Erina may be a little rabbit that was turned into a human, but that doesn’t stop her from being capable of some pretty neat moves.
Originally released in 2013 in Japan, Fault Milestone One is a visual novel developed by the independent doujinshi circle Alice in Dissonance and set in a “science fantasy” world. Like Rabi-Ribi, the PlayStation platform versions will have new music and content. Fault Milestone One is set to launch this fall with a limited-edition physical release.
Fault Milestone One official story description:
Fault Milestone One follows the story of a princess named Selphine and her Royal Guardian Ritona. When a sudden assault devastates their homeland of Rughzenhaide, the two are forced to escape…but somehow end up teleported into an unknown forest full of vegetation they don’t recognize. The atmosphere is thick and heavy. There is no sign of life, very unusual in such a lush forest. Something is wrong about the land, but they are too startled to notice what.
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