And if you pre-order Draglade 2 before it comes out on July 10th in Japan you can get a free set of headphones. A fitting pre-order bonus since Draglade’s deviates from 2D fighting games with custom beat combos. The roster is the major difference thus far, which has been updated to include a broader range of characters. New to the glade arena are Neon, the singer in a gothic dress on the left, and Kamuzou the elderly man on the right. His attacks consist of commanding walking dentures and farting.
Atlus who released Draglade in North America about half a year ago has not announced if they will be taking care of the sequel yet. Speaking of the original game it’s now considered a budget title in Japan. Banpresto re-released Draglade on April 24 and cut the price down to 1,980 yen ($18).
Images courtesy of Namco Bandai.