Adventures To Go Brings Customizable SRPG Fun to PSP This Summer

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Joining the growing sub-genre of create-your-own-dungeon RPGs, Natsume has announced Adventures To Go, a unique new strategy-RPG title slated to ship for PSP this summer.

As Finn Courtland, you will fight Arbitus and his army of demons in standard grid-based SRPG battles. But the twist is you will be able to customize the battlefield to your liking. Before combat begins you will be able to use money you’ve earned to set the size of the dungeon, choose the terrain, and even select the monsters to do battle with. This should help it appeal to a broad audience, as more casual players can play it safe and lay out favorable battles while more hardcore players can go the other direction and really challenge their tactical abilities by creating formidable battle scenarios. And the more risk you take, the more you will be rewarded for success.

“We are thrilled to be publishing Adventures To Go,” said Hiro Maekawa, President and CEO at Natsume. “Its whimsical storyline, strategic combat, and endless replayability should earn it a top spot on any RPG player’s list!”

Natsume will be showing more of Adventures to Go at E3 next month. Chew on these early screenshots until then.

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