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Xenoblade, Mana, & Pokemon veterans teasing new JRPG

Trinity Trigger

Exciting times are ahead for fans of Japanese action RPGs as a new game codenamed PROJECT-TRITRI has been teased. What’s exciting about this story is that there are a number of key individuals working on the project which have helped shape the JRPG genre over the years. PROJECT-TRITRI is planned to be released for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation systems at the end of 2022. The team says that that the ambitious project propose is “reviving the golden age of ’90s RPGs for the modern age.” It is not clear which development studio is behind the JRPG but the website is hosted on FuRyu servers.

  • Scenario – Yuura Kubota (Bravely Default II/Octopath Traveler)
  • Character Design – Raita Kazama (Xenoblade)
  • World Design – Nobuteru Yuuki (Trials of Mana, Chrono Cross)
  • Atsuko Nishida, Tomohiro Kitakaze, and Megumi Mizutani from the Pokemon franchise
  • Helping develop the game is Three Rings Design, the studio that helped develop Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town

Follow a young man who learns that he is the chosen Warrior of Chaos. It will support solo play, as well as up to three-person multiplayer.

Further details surrounding PROJECT-TRITRI and its official title will appear sometime on May 26, 2022. 

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10 thoughts on “Xenoblade, Mana, & Pokemon veterans teasing new JRPG”

  1. They have a Project TriTri teaser website with a digital countdown 6 months, 2 days.
    The Golden Age of RPG’s, i hope they port Legend of Dragoon, Xenogears and Xenosaga.

  2. This sounds exciting. But I’m cautious after reading the word “chosen”. I hope it doesn’t play on so many typical JRPG anime tropes. We need more adult themes.

  3. I don’t know if I’m the only one thinking this, but “reviving the golden age of 90s RPGs” sounds like the most non-specific statement ever.

    I mean, there was such a wide range of RPGs on just the SNES and PS1 alone, “90s RPG” could basically refer to anything. Dragon Quest? Final Fantsay? Chrono Trigger? Secret of Mana? Pokemon? Terranigma? All technically 90s RPGs, yet all very different games.

  4. I call BS. Playstation? They work for Nintendo. As much as some want it to be true. It won’t be.

  5. I wonder what a dream team, if they’re on par with Chrono Trigger’s, could make today. Could this be it? Guess we’ll find out if lightning like that can strike twice.

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