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Maglam Lord for PS4 & Nintendo Switch Gets New Gameplay Trailer & Screenshots

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Maglam Lord for PS4 & Nintendo Switch Gets New Gameplay Trailer & Screenshots

D3 Publisher released a gameplay trailer focusing on another of the characters of its upcoming JRPG Maglam Lord and a gallery of screenshots.

Today D3 Publisher released a gameplay trailer focusing on another of the characters of its upcoming JRPG Maglam Lord and a gallery of screenshots.

The trailer showcases Julett, who is one of the characters who can serve as soulmates for the Demon Lord (the protagonist of the game).

She is defined as “Assault Adventure Beast Girl” and she’s very popular as a government-license adventure idol.

We get to see her gameplay and the dating situations in which she will interact with the player to deepen the relationship.

The screenshots also show the ability to get to know demons and use the proper weapons that can take advantage of their weaknesses.

Another element is the title system. Changing title actually has gameplay effects.

Collection elements within the game include the search for endangered species hidden all over the world, on top of unlocking images and music for the gallery feature.

Maglam Lord is developed by Summon Night 5 studio Felistella, while the scenario and the world view are by Summon Night series writer Kei Miyakozuki.

The character design and illustration are by lack, who is known for having worked on Fate/Grand Order (for instance, the art for Izou Okada).

The soundtrack is by Puresound, which worked on the Summon Night and Metal Max series.

The main theme is by Chiaki Fujita of Sing Like Talking, who previously worked on the theme of Summon Night 2.

If you want to see more about Maglam Lord, you can also check out the first screenshots, the first trailer, the first gameplay, more screenshots, and the opening cutscene, even more screenshots, another batch, the previous trailer showing Daris, one for Sharm, and one for Mauve.

It’ll release in Japan on March 18 for PS4 and Switch.

A western launch has not been announced just yet, but D3 Publisher recently reiterated in our interview the intention to keep localizing its games in English.

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