DSiWare Dungeon Crawler Gets Moe Style 3DS Sequel

By Spencer . August 9, 2012 . 12:23am

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Intense, the company behind the Trick Escape series, also makes first person dungeon crawlers. Picdun was picked up for international distribution by Gamebridge and it’s getting a sequel in Japan. In the first game, you traveled through mazes alone. Picdun 2 gives players a magical girl, an insatiable whip user, and an archer who likes to shoot people in their hearts so they fall in love.

 

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While the art style is different, Picdun 2 is your standard dungeon crawler. The game has 60 floors with an auto mapping system. Every five floors there is an elevator you can take back to the entrance. Intense also teases there’s a reason why Picdun 2 is CERO B instead of an all ages game, but you’ll have to play Picdun 2 to find out why.

 

Dungeon RPG Picdun 2 will cost 500 yen ($6) when it comes out on August 22 in Japan.

 

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  • Nickie

    They better localize this one to!  A eShop RPG is 100% instant buy in my book. Got the first one already as well!

  • William Alexandre

    Hope it get’s localized

  • http://www.segalization.com/ Kuronoa

    I should get around to playing the first, I haven’t been buying eshop stuff yet (just club nintendo bonuses).

  • drproton

    3x ZR

    Come on Japan, not that I’m complaining, but giving every character thigh-highs is bound to get old eventually.

    • http://takopako.tumblr.com takopako

      yeah, that is certainly an…interesting design choice. >.<

  • Abhishek Posooa

    Boobies :3

  • Carocaro4

    the moe the better.

  • http://www.senran-international.boards.net/ TwinTails

    1) I’m pretty sure that if it’s in fact a sequel to an existing game that got localized before, It’ll get localized by the same company.

    2) Does anyone else feel that within the next 7-9 months, the 3DS library will be mainly comprised of “niche” games that may have a small chance of coming over here?

    3) If so, would Nintendo be proactive on this and encourage more publishers to localize these games just to keep the 3DS afloat?

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