By Eugene . November 8, 2013 . 2:37pm
Ages of Amazones has a search feature that’s a central part of its game core. While the main dungeon crawler RPG will focus on players trying to get off the prison planet they’re stuck on, foes will carry parts of the map or other hints that will lead to the mythical escape ship located someplace that will ferry you to freedom.
To get that piece of information however, you’ll have to first defeat them and then search them in “Climax Phase” mode. The best place to hide your secret note is supposedly someplace on your body, what with all the odd high security measures and deathtrap dungeons that make up the prison planet.
To that end, USA-chan is in the game, reports Dengeki Online. While most would be forgiven for thinking that means the good ol’ United States, the reality is that’s the name of the bunny girl above. In Japanese, usagi means rabbit. Bunny –> Usagi –> Usa-chan. You can facepalm now. Arc System Works have shown off a boatload of the foes and their own “Climax Phase” sections, so check them out.
Ages of Amazones will be out November 14th, with a demo available now for Nintendo 3DS.
This is pretty close to how cows are called in Japanese but not quite – Cows are called ushii.
Alraune (Otherwise known as Mandrake)
Not, as expected, a doggy, sometimes called pochi as an affectionate name.