Mary Skelter: Nightmares launches September 19

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    The latest release from Idea Factory International, Mary Skelter: Nightmares, has just received a release date for western audiences. It'll be available physically and digitally for the PlayStation Vita, on September 19th for North America, and September 22 for Europe. The game will also have support for the PlayStation TV. Mary Skelter: Nightmares focuses on exploring dungeons in a typical DRPG fashion, but offers a twist on the gameplay formula, utilizing a combat system that gives you power boosts from blood, obtained from within dungeons and in battle. There are also more than 20 different character classes to pick from, each offering replay value to the game.

     
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    another ultra cheap dungeon crawler with japanese teenage girls and poor animation
    Oh, its idea factory. No wonder it looks so poor.
     
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    Looks like Hero & Daughter on a bad trip :-p Well, the genre junkies won't complain probably...
     
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    I've been keeping an eye on this. Looks interesting
     
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    Hey, IF are great. The Nep rebirth games are really good.
     
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    Gosh darn the artwork just looks divine, can't wait.
     
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    Is this based in Yumekui Merry?
    (looks what the hell is the name in English...) Oh, no idea...
    But the character design looks similar, and the idea perhaps too.
     
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    another dungeon-crawler-wives-hunting-fanservice-boring-gdr for psdead.... i really should reconsider twice next time when i buy $ony's handheld console
     
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    Yeah man sucks only having 30-40+ great games :( dead console
    Totally not worth it even though the quality of the average vita game is 100x better than the best 3DS games. :rolleyes:
     
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    Yes!
    My friend buys every garbage Vita game so long as it has at least one Idolm@ster voice actress in it, and I assume people in Japan are the same (hence how this game got a sequel).
     
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    At least it has pretty artwork. Not so much the 3D models. . .
     
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    Cool to see the Vita still getting games