Demon Gaze Extra

Demon Gaze Extra Announced for PS4 & Nintendo Switch Bringing Back The Classic PS Vita JRPG

Today Kadokawa Games announced that it'll bring its classic dungeon-crawling JRPG Demon Gaze to modern(ish) platforms as Demon Gaze Extra.

Today Kadokawa Games officially announced that it’ll bring its classic dungeon-crawling JRPG Demon Gaze to modern(ish) platforms as Demon Gaze Extra.

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It’ll be released in Japan for PS4 and Nintendo Switch on Sept. 2, 2021 priced at 7,480 yen including taxes for the regular version and 11,480  yen for the Memorial Edition.

Of course, the visuals will be improved. This released is defined as an “enhanced port.”

The original game developed by dungeon-crawling JRPG masters at Experience Inc. was launched in 2013 for PS Vita placing the player in the role Oz, a young man with a Magic Eye that lets him control demons.

It’s also the sequel of Students of the Round, which was released in 2010 for PSP, Xbox One, and PC.

At the moment, there is no news about a western release, but the original game was localized and Kadokawa Games tends to release its titles in the west, so there is certainly hope. Of course, we’ll keep you updated if any announcement is made.

Below you can check out the box art, the Memorial Edition of Demon Gaze Extra, and the first screenshots and art. The Memorial Edition comes with a 3-disk soundtrack and a notebook.


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