Gust shares some more details and media from its upcoming action/RPG title Yoru no Nai Kuni.

We previously introduced and then gave you guys a bit of a look at Yoru no Nai Kuni (aka; Land of No Night) just last week, however it seems like Gust is back already to fill in some more of the blanks with a whole bunch of new information and screens.

First off, we get some insight into the game’s plot;

Mankind has won a battle against the leader of monsters, known as the Lord of the Night. However, upon his defeat, the Lord of the Night’s blood spilled out, and this blood would later become the source of calamity.

Those that came into contact with the blue blood turned into what is known as the “Jayou,” or Wicked Spirits, and have began to take away the world of night from people.

Ever since, mankind has carried out its activities while there is light shining across the land. Meanwhile, the Wicked Spirits show up during the darkness, turning it into a sleepless “Land of No Night”.

Having taken in this blue blood, one girl is granted the powers of a curse called “Bloodsucker,” and she lives for those of the Land of No Night, fighting for a girl who is to be a sacrifice to the night.

We also gain some details on the Servans – the demon subordinates who will help Arnath. Coming in various types such as Attackers who will lay siege on the wicked spirits, and Support Servans who will heal negative status effects and restore HP, they are your party members and are the ones who give you help and grow stronger with you in battle.

It’s also noteworthy that depending on what Servans you take with you, the play-style of the game will vary – so keep that in mind as well.

In addition to all that juicy gameplay and plot information, Gust has also revealed some of the limited edition versions of the game (via the Gust shop);

  • The Land of No Night Super Limited Ultimate Combo Set (15,012 yen) – This version includes the game, official visual book, a 2-disc original soundtrack, a special Arnath 3D card, an XL size Arnath bath poster, and a set of three special A3 tapestries It also includes an original tote bag and an original hand towel as a Gust shop exclusive bonus.
  • The Land of No Night Limited Edition Combo Set (11,772 yen) – This version includes the game, official visual book, a 2-disc original soundtrack, a special Arnath 3D card, an XL size Arnath bath poster. It also includes an original tote bag and an original hand towel as a Gust shop exclusive bonus.
  • Land of No Night Combo Set (8,532 yen) – This version includes the game, an original tote bag, and an original hand towel.

Also, Gust is offering a free pair of Land of No Night clear files for anyone who purchases one of those limited editions from their online store.

Yoru no Nai Kuni (aka; Land of No Night) is due out in Japan on August 27th, with no word yet on a Western localization.

  • Devin Hudson

    Based on the description and what I see in those screenshots, I’m really hoping the game plays similarly to the PS3 game Folklore. I’ve always been disappointed that we never got a sequel to that game, but I’ll definitely settle for a game that plays like it.

  • Nonscpo

    15,012 yen!!!