TGS 2014: Devil Survivor 2: Break Record finally gets a trailer


Nicaea's back in service!

At long last, Atlus has uploaded a new video on Nicaea that covers Devil Survivor 2: Break Record's visuals. Originally, the game was supposed to come out during the Fall Season back in 2013 for the 3DS, but Atlus decided to push the game to 2014 to improve the game's quality. Now that the Tokyo Game Show is among us, the company has revealed that the title's hitting Japan on Jan. 29, 2015.

While we didn't get to see the game's sprites in action, I'm digging the pastel/watercolor painting visuals for Break Record's cutscenes, since they go well with the coloring style used for the game's environments in the original Devil Survivor 2. Thanks to Atlus' efforts in handling these segments, I can't wait to see the rest of the updates that they're adding to the title.

Since we have a good way to go before January arrives, let's hope that the game doesn't face another delay. If the Septentriones get in Atlus' way again, then there's a good chance that Break Record's quality levels will go up again.

[via Destructoid]

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