UPDATE: It has since been confirmed that the game will be released in Autumn in Europe courtesy of NISA.
Atlus USA have announced that it is bringing Japanese dungeon RPG Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal to the west this summer.
Originally launching on the PSP in March 2014 in Japan, it was ported to Japanese Vita’s in September, but now we can confirm that it will indeed be localised and release in the USA soon.
The official synopsis can be read below;
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 join his party, Fried is on a mission to save the world!
Atlus have said very little in regards to what kinds of censorship we’ll see in the localised version of the game, but this is a title from developer Aquaplus’ ToHeart series, which has been known to feature risqué imagery and themes.
Make sure you check out the first batch of localised screenshots below, and make sure you let us know in the comments your thoughts on this announcement.