Odin Sphere Leifthrasir
2016 is almost over, so it’s time for an epic question: What were our best games for 2016? We deliberated for a while and came up with a list that includes what we think are the best games of the year.
In this post, we’ll detail the best games we played in 2016 as well as some others we have yet to enjoy. Please keep in mind that we didn’t play all of this year’s releases and that we’ll focus on PlayStation 4 games for this post. Later in the week we’ll have more posts detailing our best PlayStation Vita releases!
After you’re done reading this list, please be sure to tell us about your best games for 2016!
Odin Sphere is a side-scrolling RPG from Atlus and Vanillaware that released late in the Playstation 2 cycle, but that to this day is still recognized as one of the best games in the entire Playstation 2 library. Odin Sphere (PS2) was released as a PS2 Classics on the PlayStation 3 a while ago, but now Atlus and Vanillaware have worked on a full remake for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.
I played through the entire game back when it was originally released a full decade ago, so I was more than ready to compare how this new release stacks up to the classic version!
Have you already pre-ordered your copy of Odin Sphere Leifthrasir? You can get the game on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3, so you can definitely find the right version for you! Today its time to get a new look at Mercedes thanks to the trailer that Atlus has shared with us.
Odin Sphere is a beloved game from Vanillaware that shined on the PlayStation 2 back when it was released. Thanks to the hard work of the studio and of Atlus, a new generation will get a chance to discover the game, while those of us who played the original will be able to experience it like never before!
Odin Sphere Leifthasir is getting better and better with every month, and to showcase this Atlus has provided us with a new trailer that showcases the skills and combat improvements for the game to make this the best version of Odin Sphere! But fear not, because if you want to play the game just as you remember from “back in the day” you can select to play with the original system in place while taking advantage of the gorgeous 1080p presentantion and solid 60 fps performance!
Are you ready to check out the first official English trailer for Odin Sphere Leifthrasir? This was a great looking PlayStation 2 game back when it was originally released, but the move to PlayStation 3, PS Vita and PlayStation 4 has allowed Atlus to greatly improve the graphics for the game, as you can see from the trailer below.