Square Enix has shared a new official English mini manga regarding their recently released action JRPG, Star Ocean The Divine Force. This issue doesn’t elucidate any gameplay mechanics like the previous manga. Instead, it emphasizes Marielle’s borderline obsessive love for cats.
Check out the other official English mini manga for Star Ocean The Divine Force:
- English Mini Manga 1
- English Mini Manga 2
- English Mini Manga 3-5
- English Mini Manga 6
- English Mini Manga 7
- English Mini Manga 8
You can view this newly revealed English mini manga below:
- If you missed it, check out our review of Star Ocean The Divine Force.
- 5 Beginner Tips
- Celebratory Launch Artwork
- Japanese Interview Info
- English Mini Manga
- Opening Movie
- Full Opening Song
- Launch Trailer
- Character Designer Art Piece Timelapse
- Star Ocean franchise soundtracks now available on streaming services
- How to Cheese the Difficulty Trophies/Achievements
- Spirit Ethers Guide
- How to Access Both Post-Game Dungeons
- How to Get All Character Endings
- All Mini-Bunny Locations
- Concept Character Designs
In case you’ve missed it, we recently spoke to the Star Ocean Development Team, who revealed that fans’ voices might be what’s needed for Star Ocean: Second Evolution’s PlayStation 4 port to come West.
Star Ocean The Divine Force is now available for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.
Star Ocean The Divine Force is the newest RPG from developer Tri-Ace. The game features a sci-fi setting as the sixth entry in the franchise with an action-focused battle system. This narrative tells an original story led by protagonist Raymond, the captain of a space trading ship, along with Ydas, and Laeticia, the princess-knight of an underdeveloped planet. After how lukewarm Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness was, it’s relieving to see this series be given another new chance.
Throughout Star Ocean The Divine Force, players choose between protagonists Raymond and Laeticia, witnessing the story from multiple unique insights. Raymond’s perceptions offer more sci-fi know-how, while Laeticia’s perspective focuses more on fantasy elements. Combat is real-time. Further, the addition of Stop Mode allows players to literally pause the action, letting them form new stratagems on the fly.
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