Travel to the Land of Life to discover the secrets of Shi.
Enigami’s Action-RPG, Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom, will release at the end of the year on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Today’s Gamescom Trailer reveals more about the story of Shiness, chronicling the journey of a young Waki, Chado, who has left his home in search for the mythical “Land of Life” . Explore a new world and battle enemies in intense 1 versus 1 duels by combining fighting game mechanics with magic, quests, and a fantasy adventure.
After a fateful meeting with a mysterious being called Terra, a spirit that only he can see, Chado is given a mission to find the “Land of Life” . Hidden in this land are the secrets of Shi, the magic that governs the world. In Chado’s way, a brutal war erupts from two sister-kingdoms, Adorya and Adorn, leaving the shattered world of Mahera in the middle of a power-struggle. But are things really as they seem? Conspiracies and the dastardly forces of evil await Chado and his new allies. Your decisions will determine the destiny of the planet and the outcome of the war.
Harness the power of Shi alongside Chado and his allies in Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom. Coming in 2016 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC!
About Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom
Shiness is an Action-RPG developed by French independent studio Enigami, that will take you on a journey through an enthralling universe, on the verge of collapsing following the fragmentation of planet Mahera.
Play as Chado and his companions, traveling through the celestial islands on their flying ship. After a crash-landing on one of the most hostile of the celestial islands, you find yourself in the middle of a conflict involving multiple kingdoms. However, this explosive situation might find a peaceful outcome, with Chado’s newfound unique ability to perceive and communicate with the Shiness, a mysterious spirit imbued with magic.
Shiness has been on my radar for quite a while now. Seeing the new trailer has me even more excited. It looks impressive, not only with the visuals but also the combat system in place with the first look gameplay trailer from earlier in the year. If everything holds, I think this could be a real sleeper hit. Bring it on.