Idea Factory International released new details for their dungeon-crawling RPG Mary Skelter 2, coming digitally on Nintendo Switch on October 22 in North America and October 23 in Europe.
Four characters have been revealed in this batch, including:
- Hameln – Found during Otsuu’s exploration in the underground caverns, Hameln is a strange girl who has immense power, yet, has hard time forming sentences, which makes it hard to take her seriously. Once known as the Demon King, she has since changed her job path to Hero after meeting the group.
- Gretel – Lives in the prison with her brother Hansel and lacks emotion. This plays into her having a lack of morals and can come off as a bully.
- Rapunzel – A bright and lively girl, who gets along well with the other girls, which adds a common friendship between each of the characters.
- Kaguya – Calm and collected and very capable of handling her own in a fight. However, she tries hard to not burden those around her.
Special features about this release are the inclusion of Mary Skelter: Nightmares, a game that was previously only available on PlayStation Vita. The game will become available to any who purchase Mary Skelter 2. However, this version of the game will include revamped systems and balancing adjustments.
The game previously released on PlayStation 4 in Japan as a sequel to 2017’s Mary Skelter on PlayStation Vita. Mary Skelter 2 continues the adventure of the series as Jack as he deals with becoming a nightmare which opens the door for a new battle system. During gameplay, players will need to satisfy the living jail’s needs by completing the three desires in the jail, which will provide Jack with various bonuses. During battles, Jack will be able to succumb to the nightmare and turn into Ripper Jack where he can deal devastating amounts of damage. The game also features items known as Blood Crystals which can be harvested to turn into new items.
In case you missed it, check out the details for Otsuu, Little Mermade, and Nightmare Jack.
You can check out the character illustrations below:
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