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Mugen Souls Z Coming to North America and Europe in 2014

/ Oct 26th, 2013 No Comments

Mugen Souls Z

Mugen Souls Z is set for a physical and digital release in North America and Europe in 2014.

NIS America will take on publishing duties for both territories. Created by Compile Heart, Mugen Souls Z is the successor to the original Mugen Souls. When it was released last year, Mugen Souls became one of the most niche titles on the market, like several games published by NIS America. The title was a unique kind of RPG full of customization, the ability to deal massive (i.e. billions) amount of damage and a dash of pervy humor to round out the package.

Compile Heart won’t be straying too far from the formula with Mugen Souls Z. The title will feature a large, free-roaming battle map where players will encounter enemies to fight and items to collect and interact with. Hardcore RPG fans will sink countless hours into the turn-based combat Mugen Souls Z has to offer. Not only can character levels cap out at 9999, attacks, equipment, and more can all be customized.

Mugen Souls Z marks the return of Chou-Chou, the self-proclaimed “Undisputed God of the Universe”, and her crew. The game takes place immediately after the first and the story revolves around the zodiac instead of Chou-Chou’s quest to make everything in the universe bow down to her. Players will take control of the goddess Sylma who encountered Chou-Chou before the end of the first game. Sylma is on her own quest to defeat a recently awakened ancient evil that is threatening her world.

Mugen Souls Z

Mugen Souls Z

Mugen Souls Z will release exclusively for the PlayStation 3. While more details have yet to be announced, NIS America stated that the North American and European releases of the game will be edited due to some sensitive content. Similar edits were made to the original Mugen Souls which featured a bathing mini-game that was a little more than suggestive. Traditionally, content edits like this are made to ease localization and international release.

 

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