The World’s Longest Five Minutes is indeed longer than five minutes

From NIS

NIS is known for some pretty eccentric projects, and World’s Longest Five Minutes fits that bill. It’s an RPG that focuses in on one moment in a heroes’ life, fighting what would normally be the “last boss” of a video game. He’ll have to draw upon his past and remember why he’s so heroic to actually defeat said boss, which plays out during the fight.

Think of it like a gamified, JRPG version of 127 Hours, focusing on one singe moment, spread across multiple scenes of exposition and flashbacks. Except…this is based on a five minute event. It’ll drop in July on Vita in Japan.

Chris Carter
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