Ghostlight has announced that musical RPG Omega Quintet will be having its PC edition! Originally developed by Compile Heart for PS4, the game will be launched on Steam sometime this year. The game features a unique RPG gameplay where battles are played as musical concerts and melodic harmonies!
In a world overrun by a mysterious, malevolent darkness, the only hope for humanity rests in the music of singing idols Otoha, Kyoka, Kanadeko, Nene and Aria, known simply as the “Verse Maidens”. Wielding weapons of sound, they are tasked with fighting back evil and restoring the world, but it won’t be easy! These five plucky girls – along with the help of their manager, Takt – will have to give the performance of a lifetime to stop the darkness from claiming the last of humanity. Will they be able to band together and blow this evil away, or will they fight only to discover that the darkness has been lurking within them the whole time…?
Play as Takt as he becomes the manager of five idols: Otoha, Kyoka, Kanadeko, Nene and Aria on their journey to fight evil monsters. The idols use the magical singing perfomances to defeat their enemies. Check out some of the preview screenshots below! (Thanks, DualShockers)
- Power of music! Harness the power of song to defeat evil! Every fight is a performance, and you’ve gotta give the audience what they want! Enter “Concert Mode” to get musical boosts and fill your Voltage Gauge faster to perform special skills.
- Break a…garter? It may be the end of the world, but your idols must always be ready to perform! You’ll be able to customize their outfits, accessories, hair, and more! Be careful though, as sustaining hits from enemies can cause a “Costume Break” which will compromise their outfits, leaving them vulnerable to more damage!
- Lethal harmonies! An idol group combines their talents to create beautiful harmonies, and with the “Harmonics” system you can sing your enemies right into their graves! Create deadly super chains of attacks, utilizing each idol’s skill in the right order to keep the pain coming – it’ll be music to your ears!
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