NIS America released a new trailer for the FuRyu developed action RPG The Caligula Effect: Overdose, coming to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC-via Steam in 2019.
The trailer focuses on two members of the Go-Home Club, a group of students who are stuck within Mobius, Ayana Amamoto and Eiji Biwasawa. Ayana is a second-year student who detests men and hates being near them. On the other hand, Eiji is a third-year upperclassman who studies business.
Additionally, players can also get a preview of the Ostinato Musicians, μ’s composers, Stork and Kuchinashi. Stork wears a strange mask and enjoys chatting up women. Whereas Kuchinashi is calm and doesn’t say very much in conversation.
Being a remake of 2017’s PlayStation Vita release The Caligula Effect, this new version contains a large number of updates given to the visuals, gameplay, and battle system. Also, this version of the game has additional endings and characters.
You can watch the new gameplay video below:
Author’s take: After playing the Vita version of the game to completion I respect what the developers tried to accomplish on the handheld’s hardware, but it just wasn’t powerful enough. However, I’m excited to know that the team is actively supporting the IP instead of just leaving it to die a digital-only death on the Vita.
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