Calling All Xbox Adventures to Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs

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Prepare yourselves for an experience inspired by JRPG classics mixed with good ol’ adventuring, with a vast and vibrant story, skippable battles, an outstanding art style, and unexpected plot-twists!

When we started working on Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs, we knew it was going to be much more than a tactical RPG. It’s a game about the restoration of your kingdom, bonding with spirited characters met during your journey, and embarking on the most peculiar quests possible.

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We also wanted to create a game of unforgettable, rewarding encounters and well-thought tactics. What’s more, in Regalia, you can always tone down the difficulty level or even skip a battle if you can’t wait to check what the game has in store for you.

The Unending Grimoire

The Royal Edition is an enhanced version of the game that also contains the DLC: The Unending Grimoire; including an endless mode and brand-new characters. The Grimoire allows players to challenge themselves in randomly generated battles in return for additional visual customization options for the party members.

Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs Screenshot

It is divided into chapters, and within the Grimoire all sorts of unexpected combinations can happen. Fighting within the Grimoire takes no in-game time (they do not advance the calendar) and can be played anytime you want, right from the point when you build the Mystic’s Tower for Bassanius – one of the new characters introduced in The Unending Grimoire expansion.

Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs Screenshot

We all hope you’ll find Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs challenging, yet accessible and fun, and you will have a good time while restoring the kingdom of Ascalia to its former glory!

No time to waste – the adventure awaits!

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