Games can be inspired by many things, from movies, TV, comics, and even other games. For example, the table-top world is full of fascinating worlds and characters that are begging to be made into a video game, and for Anima: Gate of Memories, it was pulled straight from the tabletop sensation Anima: Beyond and their world of Gaia. And with it comes an all-new story set in that world that promises to be one of the deepest RPGs you have ever played. So if you're ready for a brand new experience, jump on into this.
In Anima: Gate of Memories, you play as a young girl with no, who has been forcefully bound to an ancient monster. Neither of you want to be in this situation, yet here you are. What's worse is that you realize a war is coming, and you'll have a part to play in it if you're not careful. Will you be able to free yourselves before the war comes? Or will you be the one who destroys the world?
Anima: Gate of Memories changes things up because you will be able to control the girl known as Ergo as well as the Bearer of Calamities at any given point if you want to. This gives you the freedom to do epic combos as well as use each of their strengths to overcome any obstacle.
Add to that a massive world to adventure into with a branching story that has many endings and you got a tale that you'll want to unfold over and over again.