A deal between publisher Mages and developer Experience has paved way for some cool content to hit Japanese shores – both new, and revamped.
After Cyberfront Japan closed its doors, Mages joined forces with Demon Gaze developer Experience to create more dungeon RPGs – including Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss. In addition to the new game however, the collaboration will also be bringing Labyrinth Cross Blood Infinity, the prequel, to the Vita again as Labyrinth Cross Blood Infinity Ultimate.
This new version of the game will include support for PlayStation Vita TV, the God Muramasa weapon and portraits from Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss. A complete save file from the game will also apparently unlock things in Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss, so if you plan on getting that too this might be a good place to start.
Check out the trailer for Labyrinth Cross Blood Infinity Ultimate below;
Labyrinth Cross Blood Infinity Ultimate is set to come out on August 28th in Japan, with Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss scheduled to hit July 24th last we heard. It’s a little backwards if you want to transfer your save, but hey – at least they’re both coming.
Unfortunately however, there’s no news on a Western localization – so us non-Japanese peasants will have to wait and see what happens.