Publisher Ghostlight Interactive announced plans to bring Mugen Souls to PC via Steam later this year. Originally released for PlayStation 3 in 2012, Mugen Souls is currently set for a Q4 2015 launch on Steam with graphical enhancements, user interface changes, and options for both Japanese and English audio. Hit the jump for more.
Following a promo from earlier in the week, we have an extended preview of Mugen Souls Z, which kicks off with a look at the cast before launching into gameplay. Watch as characters time their attacks just right to knock off billions of points with damage carnivals after the jump.
This is the month for Compile Heart's RPG series, Mugen Souls, which will enjoy a new release on PlayStation 3 in the form of Mugen Souls Z. Last time, we saw some of the Hyperdimension Neptunia characters that are making their way into the game, and now another promotional video arrives with more damage-dealing action. Check it out after the jump!
The next Mugen Souls game, Mugen Souls Z, is set to arrive in Japan next month, and it boasts a variety of character customization options. On top of general class selection and appearance modification, Compile Heart tossed in characters from the Neptunia series. Video and more past the jump.
Created by Idea Factory/Compile Heart/GCrest, Mugen Souls is on its way to PlayStation 3 in North America from the fine folks at NIS America on October 16. To prep players for the wildly damaging RPG, there's a brand new trailer that explores some of its myriad features. Check it out after the jump!
In addition to the ability to rack up crazy damage while attacking enemies, Mugen Souls also allows for character customization, from job classes to individual body parts. NIS put out a couple of videos to showcase both that and other features of the RPG, which you can dig into after the jump!
I don't know that any of the attacks in the latest Mugen Souls trailer rack up a billion hit points, but it looks like they come pretty close. Compile Hearts' over-the-top PlayStation 3 RPG comes out in Japan on March 22, but you can see more of its battle system in action right now past the break.
We still don't quite understand the New Keiji Inafune thing, but naming yourself after the creator of Mega Man is one way to whip up some buzz for the RPG you're producing. One thing we do understand pretty well is new videogame trailers. Check out the latest for Overwhelming Game Infinite Souls after the break!
Compile Heart's Mugen Souls—a PlayStation 3 RPG set for release in Japan next year—now has an official website and, naturally, its very first trailer to go along with it. Check out the unusual means of promotion after the jump!