Earlier this month, Atlus revealed information about some of the members that make up the special forces group SEALED. Today the publisher has new information about three more of the members.
In Lost Dimension, an extraterrestrial being literally called "The End" is here to bring about the end of the world. Only a group of 11 psychically gifted warriors - each with unique abilities - are even remotely powerful enough to challenge this madman, but it won't take long for players to discover The End is not their only foe. As the protagonist, players have the extra special gift of psychic visions, a power that reveals that amongst his most trusted allies are traitors working to bring about the apocalypse.
To subdue the threat The End poses to the entire planet, several countries create a special forces group called SEALED, which is comprised of eleven psychics with superhuman abilities. Each soldier has their own talents and skillsets to use in combat, which can be expanded after gaining enough experience in the field. The twist is that if you don't find all of the traitors before the final battle with The End, they'll fight against the main character alongside him. And don't think about looking up the traitors in the guide --- they're picked at random each time you start a new game.
This video showcases the SEALED members Agito, Marco, and Nagi. Agito can teleport himself to gain an advantage in battle, and set up some surprise tactics by teleporting allies and enemies as well. Marco relies on sheer power, as his telekinetic abilities can devastate even the most formidable foes or protect him from taking damage. Last is the Nagi, who flies around the battlefield thanks to her mastery over levitation. She can also use her levitation powers to fly herself into enemies to damage them.
Lost Dimension will be released in North America on July 28 for $39.99 both at retail and digitally through the PlayStation Store. The European release is being handled by NIS America and is set for a Summer 2015 release over in that territory. The PlayStation Vita version will also be PlayStation TV compatible.