Reynatis – A potential name that many people missed in the recent Nintendo Direct

Reynatisthe game is developed by experienced developers who have worked with Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts, was revealed to the public for the first time at Nintendo Partner Direct last week. The game will be released for PS5, PS4, PC and Switch globally later this year, contrary to the popular misconception that it will only launch in Japan on Nintendo’s home system. And that misunderstanding is completely well-founded.

Specifically, if you didn’t tune in to the Japanese version of the Nintendo Direct, you might have even missed Reynatis. And despite seeing its impressive trailer, many people will still think it’s only for Japan and Switch. It was all just a misunderstanding, and perhaps the development team has confirmed that Reynatis is a global game.


In addition to the attractive trailer full of style JRPG, Reynatis also attracted the community’s attention because of its development team. The game’s script was written by Kazushige Nojima, a legendary developer best known for creating the original Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy X and X-2, as well as the mainline Kingdom Hearts games and the upcoming Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth. Participating with Nojima is Yoko Shimomuraa veteran composer responsible for so many iconic scores it would be difficult to list them all, with some notable names including Street Fighter 2, Super Mario RPG, Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy 15.


Admittedly, Reynatis is looking a little rough around the edges at this point, with some noticeably low-res character models and what appears to be framerate issues even in the PlayStation’s trailer. The story, which is also unclear, seems to focus on some cops/witches trying to crack down on the city’s “rubrum” addiction problem. It seems that there also exists a portal somewhere in Tokyo’s Shibuya area that takes you to a magical world, promising an additional “time travel” element that makes things even more unpredictable.

Very little combat appears in the trailer, but it’s everything you’d expect from a JRPG-style action RPG. There’s some fast-paced swordplay, precise dodging, special abilities with AoE damage, and even a bit of gunplay. There’s nothing really groundbreaking yet, but this is just the first trailer, and we can all wait for new information to be revealed in the near future.​


Basically, the writer is extremely looking forward to the launch of Reynatis, largely because its developers have continuously released quality games in recent years. Will Nojima and Shimomura “cook” us a new name to add to the list of the best JRPG games? We will have to wait until the end of fall this year.

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