Sega Reveals Shining Resonance Refrain Story Trailer

If you’re interested in Shining Resonance Refrain, Sega has a new story trailer out for you to look over. However, if you want to go hands-on and play Shining Resonance Refrain, a demo is available on home consoles.

Joining Shining Resonance Refrain’s newly posted story trailer comes an overview or description explaining what’s going on, which you can read right here:

“It has been one thousand years since the great war of Ragnarok. Dragons are thought long extinct—their crystalized souls spread across the land. Ten years ago, the Empire of Lombardia declared war on the Kingdom of Astoria. The Empire invaded Alfheim, but Astoria has managed to hold its ground. The Empire of Lombardia, scheming to obtain the lost power of ancient dragons, assigned a special mission to the Church’s elite knight squad: Beowulf. Their sights were set on capturing Yuma Ilvern—a boy with a dragon’s soul entwined with his own… the Shining Dragon himself, the most powerful of all dragons. Imprisoned, tortured, and lost in despair, Yuma was trapped in darkness and in chains… until a gallant girl burst into his cell, determined to break him out. He could never have imagined the battles that lay in store…”

if you don’t know, Shining Resonance Refrain is the remastered version of the original Shining Resonance game that released for PS3 in Japan on December 11th, 2014.

Moreover, the localization of Refrain will not contain censorship, and the release of the game in the West will be uncensored when it debuts for said platforms and consoles.

As for the price tag attached to Refrain, according to Sega, the game will run for $49.99 USD. If you are into getting special versions of a game, the launch edition of Refrain on PS4, Xbox One, and Switch will gain access to a collectible metal slipcase, featuring the artwork of Excella, Sonia, and Kirika.

If none of the special versions of the game intrigue you, Shining Resonance Refrain is set to hit PC via Steam, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One on July 10th. In Japan, the game launched on March 29th for PS4 and will debut for Switch on July 12th.

Lastly, a demo of this game is available to play right now on consoles.


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