Jungo, Devil Survivor 2: Break Record’s resident chawanmushi chef, isn’t strong at using magic, but he excels at physical attacks. He has a decent amount of HP too – if you can keep him alive in the game. Devil Survivor 2: Break Record will put players in situations where characters can permanently die. Airi, a piano player who acts coldly to the protagonist at first, and Jungo both come from Nagoya.


You also have to choose which side you’ll align with the JPs or perhaps Ronaldo, a detective who believes in fighting for the weak.


Devil Survivor 2: Break Record is slated for release on January 29, 2015 in Japan. Atlus USA plans to release it in North America in early 2015.



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