Justin Lee On September 25, 2006 at 7:10 am

Microsoft sends word that the fine folks at tri-Ace who developed Star Ocean and Valkyrie Profile will be working on a new RPG title called Infinite Undiscovery on the Xbox 360. Not many details were released about the game other than it will be single player offline.

English title Infinite Undiscovery
Seller Microsoft
Developer tri-Ace Inc..
Scheduled release date TBD
Manufacturer’s suggested retail price TBD
Copyright notation © 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Genre RPG
Target age group (CERO) Scheduled for survey
Number of offline players One
Number of Xbox Live players TBD
Xbox Live compatibility TBD
HDTV compatibility HDTV D4
Dolby Digital (5.1) compatibility Yes
Memory unit compatibility Yes

This is an epic RPG created by tri-Ace, developer of the big hit series Star Ocean and Valkyrie Profile, and Microsoft Game Studios. Over 10 years of ideas from Yoshiharu Gotanda, the producer of Infinite Undiscovery and president of tri-Ace, will become a reality on Xbox 360.

Various situations unfold in a world that changes in real time, with players’ choices leading to “unknown discoveries.” The advanced technology of tri-Ace combined with the next generation power of Xbox 360 offers an ultimate fantasy world overflowing with realism, allowing players to experience true role playing within a grand story.

RPGs will undergo a true evolution with Infinite Undiscovery.

Game developer overview

tri-Ace Inc. (http://www.tri-ace.co.jp) is a software developer primarily involved in software planning and development based on the vision of “creating high quality games that transcend the imagination of players.”

The major games developed by tri-Ace are:
Star Ocean
Star Ocean: The Second Story
Valkyrie Profile
Star Ocean: Blue Sphere
Star Ocean 3: Till the End of Time
Star Ocean 3: Till the End of Time-Director’s Cut
Radiata Stories
Valkyrie Profile 2—Silmeria
*All of these titles are sold by Square Enix

The information included in this fact sheet is current as of September 20, 2006.

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