Riviera: The Promised Land ships
Role-playing game from Atlus pits the Grim Angels against demons in a cataclysmic battle for the GBA.
Atlus' tale of near-apocolyptic proportions, Riviera: The Promised Land (known as Yakusoku no Chi: Riviera in Japan), is now available in stores for the Game Boy Advance. Japanese game company Sting, creator of the Evolution series, developed the role-playing game. Players will attempt to finally end an ongoing war between the gods and demons by sending the prophetic Grim Angels to destroy the sacred island of Riviera. The game is expected to last 30 hours and contains multiple endings and hidden minigames that unlock special content.
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