NIS America has announced the release dates for two games in November this year. Dungeon RPG Demon Gaze II will be available November 14 in North America and November 17 in Europe as was revealed at Gamescom. Strategy title Tokyo Tattoo Girls will be releasing on the same dates in the same regions as Demon Gaze II.

Sequel to the dungeon crawler Demon Gaze, Demon Gaze II casts players as the Demon Gazer tasked with saving the people of Asteria from the nefarious Magnastar. The Revolutionist Party is attempting to overthrow Magnastar, who has cast a spell over the Asterians. The Demon Gazer uses the power of demons to help liberate the people and help the revolution.

Coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita Demon Gazer II features “demon synergy” which allows you to turn enemies into allies. You can then increase their power with Trance Demon Mode or use the Demon Cross to fuse with them. Players can also interact with their dungeoneering companions, developing relationships that can lead to dates.

The unique title Tokyo Tattoo Girls is about ladies with magical tattoos that will help them defeat the oppressive clans. In a post disaster Tokyo, the city has become isolated and divided into 23 clans which form the Syndicate. In order to escape from Tokyo one must defeat all 23 clans which the powerful and colorful tattoos these girls find themselves with will enable them to do.

Available for PS Vita and Steam in the Fall, this strategy game includes the beautiful tattoo art of Koji Tanaka inspired by traditional Japanese art. Players will be able to choose a companion character to fight with and power them up by adding tattoos to their body.  New Japanese screenshots show off the characters and tattoo designs.

Tokyo Tattoo Girls Japanese Screenshot

Tokyo Tattoo Girls New Japanese Screenshot

Demon Gaze II will be released for PS4 and PS Vita on November 14 in North America and November 17 in Europe. Tokyo Tattoo Girls will be available for PS Vita and PC via Steam on November 14 in North America and November 17 in Europe.

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