NIS America set to release Grand Kingdom this summer

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NIS America will be localizing Spike Chunsoft’s Grand Kingdom this summer for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in both North America and Europe. A tactical RPG, Grand Kingdom will immerse players in the life of a mercenary troop, with the Four Great Nations battling it out for dominance over the Resonail continent.

“We’re very happy to be working with Spike Chunsoft once again,” said NIS America CEO Takuro Yamashita. “Our company was built on tactical and strategy games, such as Disgaea, and it is our goal to create a legacy of fans for Grand Kingdom just as dedicated as those of the Disgaea and Danganronpa series.”

Along with some information on the game, NIS America has also released an announcement trailer you can watch below:

About Grand Kingdom:

After the fall of the once-prosperous Uldein Empire over one hundred years ago, the Four Great Nations now wage war to claim dominion over the Resonail continent. Battles are no longer fought by honorable knights loyal to a nation, but by mercenaries who sell their services to the highest bidder.

As the leader of a mercenary squad, the player will lead their troops across a battle-scarred continent, overcoming obstacles and adversaries as they complete quests doled out by each nation. In doing so, they will unravel the mystery behind the downfall of a mighty empire.

With an impressive battle system that combines fast-paced action with strategic planning, and featuring robust character creation and customization options,Grand Kingdom is a Tactical RPG the likes of which has never been seen before. Assemble a squad of mercenaries, form an exclusive contract with one of the Four Great Nations, and participate in war with other players online for the future of Resonail.

But remember- in this new age of war, there is only room for one Grand Kingdom.

You can find more information on the game at the recently launched Grand Kingdom website.

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