Old-school RPG Asdivine Hearts Coming to PS4, PS3, PS Vita This Winter

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Old-school RPG Asdivine Hearts Coming to PS4, PS3, PS Vita This Winter

Kemco has been a publisher for a long time, and many gamers may know us as a gaming company specializing in RPGs. Well, that’s true. Since becoming a global publisher we were looking for the chance to reach more fans of the genre, and we thought: why can’t we provide our RPG experience to PlayStation users as well? And here we are!

We’re proud to announce that Asdivine Hearts, the first Kemco RPG on PlayStation, will hit PlayStation Store this winter on PS4, PS3 and PS Vita at the same time! Asdivine Hearts is a fantasy RPG where you travel a vast world with four companions to find out what is threatening the peace of Asdivine.

We know that many users request cross buy support. Well, we’re also happy to announce that the game will support cross buy on all platforms! So if you get the game on PS4 or PS3 for your home, for example, you can enjoy the fantastic world of Asdivine while you’re on the train with your PS Vita as well!

Through Asdivine Hearts, we hope more RPG fans are getting back to the golden age of RPGs. In the end, what’s the attraction of RPGs? A plot full of twists and turns, a vast world map that gives you the satisfaction of journeying, really weird characters (Have I ever met someone like an RPG character in real life? Well, apart from us here at Kemco, no one), towns with kind (or rude) people to interact with, and strategic turn-based battles with animated effects to let off your daily steam!

Yeah, Asdivine Hearts has all the charm of a role playing game a core gamer demands which is packed into one full-fledged adventure! Not only that, you might even meet the strongest maid ever in gaming history!

What? You’re still wondering if you should play Asdivine Hearts or spend time with your favorite pet? Well, no problem at all! In the case of Asdivine Hearts, you don’t need to choose since you travel with Felix, a talking cat that proclaims itself the light deity.

Asdivine Hearts will also feature 15 Trophies to be collected in addition to the rich game content. The game boasts 40+ hours of gameplay with plenty of subquests, and a battle arena to challenge your skills — the sky’s the limit with the amount of the damage you can dish out.

Now prepare to restore the light of the world (And never forget to restore the light in your room before playing Asdivine Hearts, too)!

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  • Nice i like this old school RPG style.

  • Really excited for this. I love old school RPGs and this looks like it could scratch the itch for them.

  • Wow another PS3 game for 2017? And even Vita support ? OMG this needs to be written in history.


  • Thanks for bringing this to the greatest handheld ever made!

  • I sent a contact inquiry about this also, but can you say yet if it will the Vita version be compatible with the PSTV? (It’s just a checkbox in the dev kit to allow it to run on the PSTV_

  • seems pretty cool. Almost a pity there are so many games coming out around it.

  • I’ll be looking forward to this on my Vita.

  • really love kemco but i have already played this title on my 3ds and i’m currently also playing kresia. there are other titles that i havent been able to play because i dont own a tablet or a smartphone but anyways its nice to see kemco on ps platforms :)

  • Thank you for supporting the PS Vita.

  • Looks cool! Any idea of what we should expect for the price?

  • Thank you kindly for supporting the Vita (Viva La Vita)! By any chance, will this game include a platinum trophy? Regardless, I will likely pick this game up for I am quite fond of old school RPGs.

  • Awesome, to see more Steam games come here. Especially on the Vita.

  • Vita support + old-school RPG + turn-based + adorable cat creature = SOLD

    … but, only 15 trophies for a game that is 40+ hours?
    I really hope those are all gold trophies + a platinum! :p

  • Really like the sprite work and classic RPG presentation. I’ll give this a shot.

  • Might be a good Vita game to pick up


  • I feel sorry to all you none Vita owners . The Vita plays all PlayStation systems . So funny that they all overlook such device. They’re not a Loyal Sony Fan by heart so instead wait 5 hours for you to aboard the plane at the airport of just play Farmville on your phone to past the time ¬_¬ .

  • Looks like a perfect game for the handheld system.

  • Love KEMCO games, but not so much playing on mobile.

    Glad to see they’re hitting consoles and Vita especially. I’d much rather play them here, plus we need more digital RPGs there are so few of them.

  • If the price is right, day one.

  • I’m surprised that they said this was the first Kemco game on Playstation. There was a Kemco RPG named End of Serenity on PSP 2 years ago. Maybe it’s because Natsume was the publisher in the US.

  • I want this. I’ll keep a look out for when it releases. :D

  • This looks good, but this isn’t Kemco’s first outing on a Playstation console, they had some PSP Ports back in the day if anyone is curious. They also put these out everywhere and all the time, so if Kemco’s quality isn’t a concern for you, there’s a lot to be had from them.

  • Never heard of this before but Do Want!

  • Thank you guys! We’re excited to see many positive feedbacks! Hopefully Felix (the talking cat) and its friends will make your adventure full of fun!
    In regards to the PS TV, yes, we’re planning to make the Vita version compatible!

  • Game looks nice. I might just pick this one up. Love me
    some oldschool RPGs. I wonder what the price will be for this gem? ;)

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