Demon Gaze II’s Western Release Announced; PS4 Version Added on top of PS Vita

NIS America will bring Kadokawa Games' Demon Gaze II to the west, adding a PS4 port on top of the PS Vita version.

on July 4, 2017 5:00 PM

During a panel at Anime Expo, which DualShockers attended, NIS America announced the localization of Kadokawa Games’ dungeon crawling JRPG Demon Gaze II.

The game will retain its original title, but will actually get a PS4 version on top of its original PS Vita release, that was launched in Japan on September 2016.

If you’re unfamiliar with the game, below you can read an official description and bullet points, directly from the press release.

About the game:
Magnastar has spellbound the people of Asteria into obeying him. As the Revolutionist Party attempts to overthrow him, it is up to you, the Demon Gazer, to wield the power of demons, liberate Asteria’s citizens, and shine the light of revolution!

  • Demon Synergy – As the Demon Gazer, turn foes to allies and power them up using the Trance Demon Mode, or fuse with them using the Demon’s Cross!
  • Dungeon-Crawling Made for Everyone – Whether you are a newcomer or a hardened DRPG veteran, utilize modes like Autopilot to customize your adventure!
  • Love On The Battlefield – Power up your demons and develop relationships with your closest companions, even leading to dating events!

Demon Gaze II will come to the west both for PS4 and PS Vita quite soon, in the fall of 2017.

On top of that, a limited edition will be available for both PS4 and PS Vita, including a special box, a soundtrack and an art book. It will cost respectively $59.99 and $49.99.

If you want to see more, you can check out a trailer of the Japanese version, a slightly older one, on top of a few screenshots and the opening movie below, alongside a few pictures of the limited edition.

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