Demon Gaze Extra

Demon Gaze Extra for PS4 & Nintendo Switch Gets New Trailer & Screenshots Showing Characters & More

Kadokawa Games released a new trailer and assets for Demon Gaze Extra, the remaster of the original Demon Gaze for PS Vita.

Kadokawa Games released a new trailer and assets for Demon Gaze Extra, the return of the original Demon Gaze for PS Vita.

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The video showcases the opening cutscene which comes with rearranged music and showcases the game’s rich cast.

The cast is also at the center of the images, that includes many of the characters that we’ll meet during our adventure.

Demon Gaze Extra will 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 release 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.

If you want to see more, you can take a look at the original announcement.

A western release has not been announced just yet, but Kadokawa Games is usually pretty efficient at bringing its games to North America and Europe.

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