Ys: Memories of Celceta for PS Vita
PS Vita

Ys: Memories of Celceta

Nov 26, 2013
29th of 889

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Content Rating: Teen


A bustling town deep in the frontier at the foot of an endless sea of trees... It is into this wild and untamed setting that a young man collapses, memories gone and only his name to guide him. Bereft of his past, Adol Cristin wanders the town of Casnan searching for clues to his identity. Joined by an information dealer who claims to have known him, the young adventurer helps rescue doomed miners from a collapse; an act which attracts the attention of the Romun Army general in town. Impressed with their skills, the pair is enlisted to explore the Great Forest and map the vast expanses of Celceta – a task which many have attempted in the past, but from which none have ever returned alive.

Critic Reviews

30 Reviews
Stew ShearerDec 11, 2013
That's hardly a game breaker however and, if you're a fan of RPGs, you'd be a fool to pass up on YS: Memories of Celceta just based on that. As it stands, this isn't the best RPG on the Vita. That said, it's a damn fine one and one of the better games on the system. If you're a fan of the YS series or even just a role-playing aficionado looking for something new to do with your Vita, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better new game this holiday season.
Zack ReeseDec 15, 2013
Fortunately, the game makes up for it with a painstaking amount of polish and visual detail that keeps the negatives from disrupting what is ultimately a very pleasing experience. Boosted by a great soundtrack; a wide variety of environments and monsters; and plenty of post-game content (including New Game+) to keep players coming back long after the main story is completed. Memories of Celceta is easily one of the best Action RPGs out there right now.
Timothy NunesDec 16, 2013
This is the type of content that the PlayStation Vita has needed all along. Sure, it has Uncharted, Killzone, Rayman, etc, but the RPG library, apart from Persona 4, has been lacking. The fluctuating frame rate is significant, but nothing game changing, and the upgrading scheme coupled with the quick pace of combat make this portable excursion a resounding success. Ys: Memories of Celceta is great in both small bursts and marathons of play, which makes it perfect for JRPG fans as well as ambitious gamers willing to try something new.

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