Idea Factory and Compile Heart’s Trillion 1,000,000,000,000: God of Destruction was released on the Playstation Vita only last month, but it appears there may be only a short wait for it to arrive on PC. Following the path of many other Idea Factory International games, Trillion 1,000,000,000,000: God of Destruction is apparently going to be coming to PC as revealed by a new ESRB rating.
Originally Trillion 1,000,000,000,000: God of Destruction was only rated for the Playstation Vita but it was spotted on the front of the ESRB website to have been updated with a Windows PC rating as well. The rating is the same Teen rating that the game got for the Vita for, “Fantasy Violence, Language, Mild Blood, Partial Nudity, Sexual Themes, Use of Alcohol and Tobacco”.
For the many people who had ignored the title as they don’t have a Playstation Vita or Playstation TV, in Trillion 1,000,000,000,000: God of Destruction you play as the Demon King Zeabolos who has been disposed from power and must, with the help of his overlords dispose of the titular Trillion, God of Destruction. Who are those overlords you ask? Well, anime girls representing the seven deadly sins of course, who else would serve an evil demon king?!
Gameplay wise though you are looking at a game with turn-based combat where you train your overlords up against Trillion minions and prepare them to battle your arch enemy. Additionally, you want to earn affection points with your Overlords as that will give them gameplay benefits in the form of an extra bar which is drained first for MP and HP usage or damage. Your Overlords also can bring along minions of their own to battle alongside them and the number of that is dependent on how powerful they are at commanding minions.
During each of the periods you have to train up your overlord, there are a bunch of events that happen and you can choose what your reactions to them are which impact how your overlord’s training is going, their affection for you, and potentially how the game will end. Once you reach the end of a period for training an overlord as Trillion reawakens its back to battling the giant god of destruction where you try to disable particular body parts to stop Trillion from using certain moves and get in as much damage as you can before either retreating to continue training or dying and using a Death Skill and moving on to training the next overlord – of which there are 6 in total.
There is no known release date for Trillion 1,000,000,000,000: God of Destruction on PC, but with the rating it is unlikely to be too far off.
Are you interested in Trillion 1,000,000,000,000: God of Destruction now that it’s coming to PC? Do you think Idea Factory is smart to port their games on to the PC platform these days? Have you played Trillion 1,000,000,000,000: God of Destruction on Vita, and if so what were your thoughts? Share them all in the comments below!