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NISA Bringing Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy to Vita in April

Jason Clement

NISA has announced their latest title that they're bringing to the West; this time a dungeon crawler RPG called Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy. If the art style looks familiar to you, that's because it's from the same studio who made last year's Demon Gaze.


Operation Abyss is set in a near future Tokyo where the city is under threat from genetically-engineered monsters called Variants, as well as the appearance of portals leading to a dimension called the Abyss. Due to these events, the government has commissioned the Xth Squad—a team of technologically-modified teens—to confront the monsters and investigate the mystery behind the Abyss.


As the player, you'll recruit and train a group of six Xth members, customizing each one's appearance, class, personality, and morality to your preference. The laybrinthine dungeons themselves are said to offer over 40+ hours of dungeon-crawling gameplay and feature traps, secret doors, challenging enemies, and more.


Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy will be coming to the PS Vita via retail and digital download on April 14 in North America, and then on April 17 in Europe. Check out the game's first trailer below.



Source: Press Release


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