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Coded Soul video interview is totally Japanese

If you've been keeping up with Coded Soul, you'll probably get a kick out of this video interview with Uke Keigareshi. He talks about some of the ideas and concepts behind the game, but there's one big twist to this whole thing -- the interview is in Japanese. And subtitles are nonexistent. So, if any readers out there understand Japanese, feel free to slap up some of the important points from the video. Otherwise, enjoy the very limited game footage!

Coded Soul continues edgy style in new screenshots

Coded Soul, PSP's upcoming monster-collecting adventure, has us quite excited. As fans of PS3's Folklore (aka FolksSoul), we're intrigued by this semi-sequel. Interestingly, this portable game seems to be going for a much edgier look than its console counterpart, with a darker style that really makes it look quite unique for a PSP game. The adventure releases next week in Asia, and we're hoping it's as good as we want it to be.

Check out new screenshots at GameSpot.

[Via PSPHyper]

Folklore's monsters return in Coded Soul

We all knew that Coded Soul was going to be related to Folklore (aka FolksSoul in Asia). But, we were still surprised to see so many creatures return from the PS3 adventure for this PSP-exclusive RPG. The Japanese official website has been updated, and those that played Folklore will be pleasantly surprised by a number of returning monsters. New screenshots are available, in the "World" section of the site -- and boy, does the game look stunning. Check out more screenshots at Famitsu.

New video featured on Coded Soul website

Game Republic, makers of PS3 title Folklore, have been working on the PSP title Coded Soul for a while now. The game is shrouded in a lot of things, predominantly mystery. What information we can glisten generally come by means of pretty pictures or, as the recently updated Japanese site reveals, video. There are updated character pictures and profiles to check out and the new video may or may not answer some of the questions you've had about the game. We'll keep you up to date if anything else changes.

Coded Soul website opens with images, screenshots

Check out SCEI's official Coded Soul website. Here, you'll see direct feed screenshots from this brand new PSP-exclusive adventure game. With connectivity with PS3's Folklore, and a strong pedigree of games from its creator, we're excited to find out more about this potentially innovative title. Let's hope video footage isn't too far away.

[Thanks, Merc25!]

New Coded Soul details arise

The upcoming Coded Soul has us intrigued. We enjoyed both Monster Summoner and Folklore, and we can't wait to see what this original PSP adventure has in store. IGN has unearthed a few more details. The story: "In Coded Soul, you play as Jay, a soldier who travels to the world of Idea to save his girlfriend, May. The army has been conducting research into Monolith Gate, the door to the world of Idea. That door is controlled by Gale, a young boy who gives Jay a special power as he travels to the other side."

Randomly generated dungeons hold a hundred monsters to capture and use. Players can't stay in dungeons forever, given a time limit that restricts their stay. By sending items back and forth from Folklore on PS3, players will unlock new quests.

Sony will publish the game in February in Japan.

New RPG Coded Soul connects to PS3 Folklore

Kouji Okada, creator of the Shin Megami Tensei series, is bringing yet another RPG to the PSP. Just like his previous effort, Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner, this RPG focuses on capturing monsters and using them in battles. Like any good portable monster collecting RPG, there's an ad-hoc mode, which will not only let you battle, but trade with other players. The game will also link up to the PS3 Folklore (also known as Folks Soul), but in what way, we're unsure. Monster Kingdom was a solid game on PSP, and Folklore was even better. Let's hope that Okada can really hammer this one on the head too.

[Via PSPHyper]

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