Konami has announced that Suikoden: Tierkreis, the latest iteration of the celebrated Suikoden RPG series, will mark the franchise’s début exclusively on the Nintendo DS over in the US, marking the first ever time a Suikoden game has hit the West on a Nintendo format.
Encompassing a variety of different characters while exploring many exotic locations and cultures across the game’s universe of parallel worlds, Suikoden: Tierkreis will expand the bounds of the handheld RPG. Featuring the franchise’s established gameplay while maximizing the technological capabilities of the DS to provide all-new online elements, this epic RPG consists of many cinematic experiences that will drive the grand storyline of the 108 Stars of Destiny as they battle to thwart the powerful One King.
Suikoden finally hits a Nintendo console in the West!
Using the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection, Suikoden: Tierkreis offers a rich online community experience that allows players to send their characters on quests that other members of the community will complete for them, eventually returning the player to their party with new abilities and treasures.
With its grand adventure and larger than life scale, this story is told through rich animation sequences and a gripping dialogue, allowing gamers to fully immerse themselves and experience the world of Suikoden. For the first time ever, players will begin with the last three members of the Stars of Destiny and are tasked with resurrecting the other 104 in order to restore order in the universe and defeat the almighty One King.
Suikoden Tierkreis is coming to the Nintendo DS soon
The Suikoden series launched in 1995 in Japan and was released in the U.S. on the PlayStation in December of 1996. Instantly hailed as one of the most innovative RPGs, Suikoden delivered a unique battle system, an intriguing storyline with numerous plot twists and multiple endings to provide a fun experience for all RPG fans. Since its debut, the Suikoden series has received numerous Industry accolades for being one of the top RPG games of all time…and now Nintendo fans can get a tasty piece of the action!
Will you be looking to pick up this RPG when it finally arrives?