God Eater 2 Japanese Release Date 14th November
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God Eater 2 Japanese Release Date 14th November

PS Vita may be missing Monster Hunter, but you wouldn’t know it from the amount of replacements hitting Sony’s portable handheld! God Eater 2 will finally be coming out on the 14th of November while being able to choose from 3 different limited edition packs.

 

 

Reported by Siliconera, God Eater 2 will finally be smashing it’s way to the Playstation Vita and the Playstation Portable this winter for Japan. The game will have three different limited editions to choose from as well as the stand alone game.

 

-The PS Vita X God Eater Fenrir Edition comes with the game, a special PS Vita Design (Think of the Hatsune Miku Vita) with a cleaning cloth and wrist strap.

 

-Famitsu DX Pack which will have two variations. Both will include a plush, three posters, God Eater 2014 Calendar and a shot glass. This is going for 8,980 Yen.

 

-The Lala BitMarket Premium Blood Enlistment edition will include a bracelet, an emblem flyer within a special box and 6 button pins, all going for 8,980 Yen.

 

Just a quick reminder to anyone interested, the demo will be available on the Japanese PSN store from July 24th.

 

Source: The amazing guys at Siliconera 



  • Hawk Ward

    I’m not a God Eater expert, but I have played the first rendition to localise to the west – Gods Eater Burst – I feel that it’s not so much a replacement, as opposed to being a re-envisioned take on the classic Monster Hunter format.

    The gameplay is faster, while the game pace remains the same. It’s not made too hectic, but is edged up a bit more than from what people are used to. For a game of its type, it goes a long way in providing the experience.

    From what I’ve seen of the trailers, God Eater 2 is going to be eye-candy galore, almost as if the glorious design and lighting from Lost Planet invaded the game itself. For a futuristic setting, I find these bright colours to be a real treat. It happened in Command & Conquer, Timesplitters and many other futuristic themed games, and has become a staple for a setting that is more than welcome in my books.

    Hopefully like with Gods Eater Burst, we’ll see word of a localisation within the seasons to come!

  • Hawk Ward

    I’m not a God Eater expert, but I have played the first rendition to localise to the west – Gods Eater Burst – I feel that it’s not so much a replacement, as opposed to being a re-envisioned take on the classic Monster Hunter format.

    The gameplay is faster, while the game pace remains the same. It’s not made too hectic, but is edged up a bit more than from what people are used to. For a game of its type, it goes a long way in providing the experience.

    From what I’ve seen of the trailers, God Eater 2 is going to be eye-candy galore, almost as if the glorious design and lighting from Lost Planet invaded the game itself. For a futuristic setting, I find these bright colours to be a real treat. It happened in Command & Conquer, Timesplitters and many other futuristic themed games, and has become a staple for a setting that is more than welcome in my books.

    Hopefully like with Gods Eater Burst, we’ll see word of a localisation within the seasons to come!

  • Darak

    I think this game looks more like Phantasy star than Monster hunter… which is a good thing for me :D

  • Darak

    I think this game looks more like Phantasy star than Monster hunter… which is a good thing for me :D