Action RPG Tokyo Xanadu gets PS4 and PS Vita European release in 2017

PS Vita version due summer, with enhanced EX+ version out for PS4 in winter

Gather ’round RPG aficionados! Aksys Games and Nihon Falcom are proud to announce Tokyo Xanadu for the PS Vita and Tokyo Xanadu EX+ for PS4!

Tokyo Xanadu is a massive action RPG and will release summer 2017 in Europe. Tokyo Xanadu EX+ is an enhanced version of the base game and will release winter 2017 in Europe. In addition to the standard editions of each game, we’ll be releasing two limited editions stacked full of awesome goodies! What’s in the booox(es)?! Let’s take a closer look…


  • Tokyo Xanadu Physical Copy (Vita)
  • 5″ Deluxe Morimaru Plush
  • Blade Card Game Deck
  • 60 page Art Book
  • CD Soundtrack
  • Collector’s Box

Tokyo Xanadu

  • Tokyo Xanadu EX+ Physical Copy (PS4)
  • 9″ Deluxe White Shroud Statue
  • Blade Card Game Deck
  • 60 page Art Book
  • CD Soundtrack
  • Collector’s Box

Tokyo Xanadu

So what’s Tokyo Xanadu all about? A colossal earthquake devastates Tokyo and changes the lives of its inhabitants forever. 10 years pass and the city and its inhabitants slowly return to a semblance of normalcy. However, behind the veil of this newly rebuilt metropolis lies another world, one with a sinister secret. The earthquake that originally destroyed Tokyo was actually caused by the emergence of a mysterious and lethal shadow world known as Eclipse. Now, action must be taken to thwart the legions of Eclipse and ensure the protection of peace. (That’s where you come in!)

Tokyo Xanadu

Epic stakes always make for dramatic quests, but any hero worth their weight in loot and XP knows that no adventure is ever complete without a memorable cast of quirky characters. Tokyo Xanadu offers this in spades as you’re guaranteed to encounter a multitude of eccentric personalities in your journey through Moriyama City. Build relationships and forge alliances as you unravel the secrets of Eclipse and get ever closer to the truth behind the mysterious shadow world. The EX+ version of the game will offer a plethora of additional features to those looking for more content including new monsters, dungeons, modes and a new playable character: the White Shroud.

So there you have it gamers! Whether you game on the go or at home, Tokyo Xanadu and Tokyo Xanadu EX+ both offer something for everyone!

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Physical release on PS Vita, that’s all I ask for.


Happy it’s being released at all at this point. Even physical releases like this don’t seem to be distributed to Australia anymore.

Physical release confirmed for Europe? That’s awesome, thanks. May double dip on both.

How come it’s a winter release though? NA is getting the Vita version in summer.

Oo-MrSushi-oO 17 January, 2017 @ 18:17

“standard editions”

A physical release, too many games for this new year.


If you guys have really finally managed to release a game physically here in Europe, I’ve something to say.

Day One buy. Seriously. This is one of the big ones I was hoping you would get right.

Dual audio for the ps4 version ? :o

Who’s selling it in UK? Checked amazon nothing there yet

Awww yeah! Glad to see EU getting it too!

Well, there goes my wallet, who says the Vita is dead.

Will the physical edition on Vita be limited to the Limited Edition or will it be available in the standard edition as well? Also, are you shipping these through standard retail outlets or direct from yourselves, as your only store on the Internet that I could find is your American website, shipping US editions in dollars only.

Well there you have it folks. 2017 might actually just be the year of revolution for the VITA. If only certain western devs actually woke up and realised that this baby still has mountains of untapped potential.

Cannot wait to play the Vita version and very glad we are getting it physically in europe aswell.

madmanwithabox12 17 January, 2017 @ 21:36

Love the Kiseki/Trails series, Falcom puts out the best JRPGs by far nowadays. This looks awesome, so glad to see it coming West. And we get real life Blade cards, come on man. Have my money!

IKR? Falcom FTW also Sen III !

howboutthisthen 17 January, 2017 @ 22:44

Count me in for the Vita version.

Great news! Definitely buying the PS Vita Limited (where should we keep hitting the F5 key for pre-order availability? :) ) and the PC version (if available on GOG).

those are really great news! Now all I have to do, is wait for play asia to open european version orders (they don’t have any version at the moment) since its close to impossible to find vita games in my country and play asia seems like my only option, I hope they will have the limited verion as well

AlucardTepes_DE 18 January, 2017 @ 15:56

Because you don’t buy ur own country copys when they where available and import other countrys copys, thats exactly why we dont get any p-copys anymore.

I always first search locally to buy everything (PS3/4, Vita, and so on) I was lucky enough to find Gods eater 2 (vita) but Vita in general is not the most “famous” console here, in fact even the sony department here has completely stopped importing 90% of vita related Items (from what ALL local retailers have told me)
I had to search really hard to find a charging cable for my Vita, that’s why most of the time for Vita games I end up looking at the internet, and if that fails as well, I buy digital (not the best option with the memory prices)

AlucardTepes_DE 18 January, 2017 @ 15:54

If it has the original Japanese voices I will buy it, else boycott.

reggyx3clover 18 January, 2017 @ 15:58

Thank you for supporting Vita, will definitely pick that version

I saw the streams on PS4, and I don’t know how to say it… it looked like it was a straight out port of Vita version with barely any to no improvements on PS4.

Siege_FalconIX 19 January, 2017 @ 14:07

Please release in the South African Playstation Store and/or South African gaming stores.

I’m a bit disappointed that this isn’t getting a dub. It looks like this would have been the type of game that would have benefited from one as well.

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