The mobile game, which was teased earlier this week, reimagines iconic characters from classic Sega games as seductive villains. The game’s trailer features a narrator who talks about a distorted world where Sega reigns at the top of the world and controls everything.
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He elaborates, This is because of the strength of Cast girls, who came into being at the time Sega gave its games an identity. Those who wish to continue Sega’s reign over the gaming world must take part in the fight to restore it.
The video showcases a few of the game’s Cast characters, which are humanized versions of popular characters from other Sega franchises like After Burner, Out Run, Virtua Cop, and Virtua Fighter.
The game’s creative director, Yoko Taro, has said, It’s a game that features Sega’s IP, so I thought Sega should be in the game, but I didn’t think Sega would want to see a game that portrayed it well, so I portrayed it negatively.
This is a world in which Sega’s success could spiral out of control, as the company puts it: It’s a world that imagines things could end up like this.
In addition, Sega has started a 404 Game Re: set Twitter account, where it will share some of the game’s backstories. As seen in a tweet with the hashtag sending resistance, the Sega State is attempting to manipulate its citizens through lies and control. The truth is what prompted the creation of this account.
“I want to deliver the truth that Sega is hiding from the people to as many as possible. Please help spread the word. Let’s take back the original world from the Sega State.”
By pre-registering in Japan, players can receive Gacha ‘gems,’ and producer Gosuke Nakamura told Famitsu that there will be many more girls based on Sega titles, implying that players will be collecting them.
Sega and Nier series creator Yoko Taro have officially announced their upcoming mobile game, 404 Game Re:set.
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Frequently asked questions
Will there be another Yoko Taro game?
We don't know if Taro's next game will be connected to the Nier series, although he may be working on it. While it could be another Voice of Cards game (which the developer has been churning out for a while), the teaser seems too cryptic to indicate that.
Does Yoko Taro work for Square Enix?
As previously reported, Nier designer Yoko Taro has been named as the director of a new Square Enix title.