Ah! An Away: Shuffle Dungeon trailer

AQ Interactive is promoting Away: Shuffle Dungeon with a new trailer. This clip shows a decent amount of gameplay, but with teeny tiny images. Look closely and you can see Away: Shuffle Dungeon has 3D boss fights. When you’re rescuing people and escaping shaking screens, an indicator that the dungeon is about to shuffle, Away: Shuffle Dungeon has a top down perspective. Another brief scene has Sword step out of what looks like a microwave. Yeah, Away: Shuffle Dungeon looks pretty lighthearted on the story side. Japan is on target to get Away: Shuffle Dungeon first on October 18. A North American release isn’t far behind. Majesco will release it in the fall.

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Images courtesy of AQ Interactive.


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