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Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes gets a sneak peek gameplay video

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Rabbit & Bear Studios released a sneak peek gameplay video for Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes. This video gives us a sneak peek at the game’s combat mechanics.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes will be a JRPG and will feature turn-based battles. Players will be able to recruit over 100 heroes. Moreover, the game will come with a fortress-building and guild system.

The game has raised so far $3.5 million via its Kickstarter campaign, and there are still 4 days left to it. Furthermore, most of its stretch goals have been met, though the team has added some new ones. You can find some details about the new stretch goals below.

  • Farm System. At this stretch goal, you’ll be able to build a farm in your Fortress Town, grow crops to feed your troops, and even sell some on the market to make a pretty penny. It may even become a valuable source of income.
  • Duels. At this stretch goal, you’ll unlock the ability to take on specific characters in intense one-on-one battles featuring an evolved duel system.
  • Card Battle Mode. When you’re sitting in the tavern, but still hungering for competition, you can always turn to card battling. Collect cards, build a deck, and battle NPCs throughout the world for fun, fame and glory.
  • Ranking Mode. At this stretch goal, we’ll add ranking mode, which will tell you both who your most used characters are, and who are the most popular chracters across multiple players’ playthroughs.

Enjoy!

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