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NIS America Share New Trailer for Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library and the Monster Seal

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Following ATLUS USA’s North American release of Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library and the Monster Seal on the PlayStation Vita a couple of months ago, Nippon Ichi Software America are finally set to bring the game to PAL regions later this month as both a physical and digital (via the PlayStation Store) release.

With less than half a month to go until launch, NIS America have shared their battle trailer for the game in three languages – English, German and French. The English version of this video can be found above, while both the German and French versions can be found at the bottom of this post.

Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library and the Monster Seal, originally developed by AQUAPLUS, will be available on PAL region store shelves beginning October 16 2015. The dungeon crawling RPG will be published in Australia by NIS America beginning October 23rd 2015, with Bandai Namco Entertainment Australia serving as distributor.

Official Blurb on Dungeon Travelers 2

The kingdom of Romulea is in peril. Monsters are leaking out of every nook and cranny in the land, and to make matters worse, they have started an uprising against humanity. Players take on the role of Fried, an adventurer from the Royal Library sent to stop the uprising. But early in his journey, he discovers a broken shrine along the way. This sets in motion the story of Dungeon Travelers 2, where Fried travels around the kingdom of Romulea, and through rescuing, defeating, or bumping into any of the 16 unique girls that can to join his party, Fried is on a mission to save the world! Set in a first-person perspective with turn-based combat, players will encounter normal monsters as well as more powerful mutant girls, who must be sealed away to prevent the spread of the evil monster scourge.


German Trailer


French Trailer

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