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‘Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom’ Only ‘Feature Finished’; Possible March 31 Release Date


Game developer Enigami recently posted an update on its "Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom" on its official Facebook page, saying that the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version of the game are "feature finished." Once the developer is done debugging and adding some finishing touches, the game is expected to roll out before the end of the first quarter of this year.  

"Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom" Features

Enigami also revealed important details about "Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom," including the game's features and what to expect, Gematsu reported. According to the developers, it will take around 35 hours to finish the whole game.

Having a 35-hour gameplay time is something new to the RPG game industry. Most Role Playing Games take up to 100 hours to complete, since they are filled with quests and loots. Meanwhile, "Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom" follows its main story and not capitalize more on the long gameplay to stretch one game into having as much playtime as possible.

"Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom" Gameplay

"Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom" revolves around the story of Chado and his friends, which the players will be taking control of, PlayStation Universe reported. This band of friends will use their flying ship to go on an adventure to various places.

The conflict starts when the flying ship crash lands on a very hostile place. There Chado and his friends will have to fight various enemies and overcome challenging obstacles.

Fans can expect more than 30 boss fights and encounter 100 various types of enemies that the main characters will have to fight in the game. Besides the boss fights and the enemies, the game will also feature 20 different special missions and special quests.

The game will feature more than 30 various types of magic spells that the players can choose from. The game brings challenging dungeons and fights. With a one-of-a-kind crafting system, it will be easy for gamers to play and enjoy this game.

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