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Aksys Games Announce Acquisition of Mind Zero

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Mind Zero gained attention during its Japanese release for having some concepts reminiscent of the Persona franchise, and Aksys Games have today confirmed that gamers in both North America and PAL regions will be able to enjoy the dungeon-crawler RPG in the coming months exclusively on the PlayStation Vita.

This title will be available via both physical and retail channels in North America and through digital distribution within PAL regions, currently at a price of $39.99. While Aksys Games have yet to unveil any localized screenshots, they have mentioned the following as some of their defining features of Mind Zero:

Control Your “Mind” – As you and the rest of your party battle enemies, use your “Mind” to do your bidding – unleashing powerful attacks and defending yourself from harm. Master skills and become even more powerful.

Dungeon Crawling Action – Once you enter a dungeon, you will face a treacherous maze of monsters, all ready to devour you. Make sure to prepare yourself before you step inside!

Discover Your “Mind” – Each “Mind” has unique abilities; however, delving deeper into the mystery, you learn the dangers of these powerful “monsters.” Are these “Minds” a blessing…or a curse?

For more screenshots, trailers and information on the game released during its Japanese promotional period, check out The Otaku’s Study Mind≒0 Archives.

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Mind Zero is an action-packed dungeon-crawler RPG for the PlayStation Vita system. Play as Kei, a high school student whose life turns upside down when he forms a contract with a “Mind,” a weapon/being with deadly powers. With the government and other forces trailing him and his friends, Kei will need to discover the secret behind “Mind.” Will these newfound powers help him or ultimately be his doom?

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