The Tenth Line Releasing Today On PlayStation 4 | PS3Blog.net
The Tenth Line from Sungazer Software is releasing on PlayStation 4 today. This is a new 2D indie RPG developed by a single person with a story about friendship, faith, and finding your place in the world.
Be sure to check out the interview with Sungazer Software over at our sister site PS4Blog.net to learn more about the game and its development for the PS4.
The Tenth Line Features:
Control your three main characters separately as you explore the world through quick, 2D platforming action. Each character has a different means of running, jumping, and interacting with the world, whether it be pushing large objects, flinging stones at distant targets, or breathing fire on obstacles. Use your characters’ abilities and tread carefully to gather treasures and ambush foes in your way.
Battles in The Tenth Line are a rewarding combination of strategy and careful timing. During your turn, you’ll pick skills for each character to execute, and the foes to target. Then, you’ll command your characters to carry out these attacks using an active timing element, allowing you to juggle foes for maximum damage. Then, any remaining foes will counter attack, and you’ll use your characters’ unique defensive abilities to protect themselves or shield the party. At this point, more foes may join the fray, but skillful play means more Momentum for your party, allowing the use of more powerful skills on the next turn. Fight hard to survive!
Empower your characters with items you’ve found on your journey, either through training of skills or with the Power Flow system. Characters will gain “Power Levels” for winning battles, completing quests, and collecting Power Fragments in the world. These levels can be spent to place items on the Power Flow board through a puzzle-like minigame to increase stats and unlock new skills.
Taking It Easy
In towns and other safe havens, take some time to chat with the locals. Every party member has a completely unique interaction with every inhabitant of the world, allowing you to see things from multiple perspectives and enjoy their unique personalities first-hand. Or, play a game of Quad Pro Quo using cards you’ve collected, and win unique prizes and additional cards to help complete your collection.
We’re currently working on a double review for The Tenth Line, so be sure to stick around at PS3Blog.net