Fate/Extra CCC (JPN) ISO Download

Head to the other side of the Fate Extra, the secret place where only the privileged few are allowed to enter. Because of a bug in the system, the Holy Grail wars is mutated. A new game starts, its lure and power draw magicians from across cyberspace.

Players are exposed to new dangers and the girls reveal a side of themselves that they have kept hidden in the first game. The person who knows the truth is Sakura, and the servant waiting to be claimed is Saber. Full of tension and seduction, this is an adventure that simply could not be missed.



Voice actress and singer Nana Mizuki will sing the theme song “Kiseki no Melodia” for Sega’s upcoming RPG Shining Ark for the PSP. The game is the latest in Sega’s Shining series. The game centers around a young man named Fried and a girl named Panis, voiced by Hiroshi Kamiya and Houko Kuwashima (Slayers Try’s Fillia, Shining Hearts -Shiawase no Pan-‘s Kaguya) respectively.

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The story is about a boy named Freed who meets an angel-like girl named Panis.Freed lives in Arcadia, a faraway island natural beauty with ancient ruins. One day Freed sees a mysterious girl with one black wing. Panis has an innocent personality and the miraculous power to gather animals when she sings. Amazed, the islanders begin to call Panis an “angel.” However, when the moon shines the sky turns red and a gigantic thing is drawn towards her…


Shining Ark uses an active & command battle system for monster battles. You can move around the battlefield, guard, dash, and if you’re close to an enemy you can attack using one of your character’s commands. Each character has their own attacks and you can bring four party members into battle. Panis has a unique battle system that Sega will explain later on. When you’re not defending the village from…

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Casual Mode: A New Trend in RPGs


Siliconera has an article today about a new feature in Sega’s RPG, Shining Ark: casual mode. We’ve already seen this implemented in the recently released, Fire Emblem: Awakening, and Atlus’ upcoming title, Shin Megami Tensei IV, introduces a system that allows you to revive your party.

There was a lot of debate among purists before Fire Emblem: Awakening was released about how this mode might water down the gameplay. However, it turned out that that was hardly the case and as always, casual mode is an entirely optional feature. It’s fair to say that going forward more RPGs will include this mode (or some iteration of it) to attract more people. I’m all for it if it means that the genre can experience a renaissance of sorts.

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