Demon Gaze II
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Developer: Kadokawa Games
Content Rating: Teen
Magnastar has spellbound the people of Asteria into obeying him. As the Revolutionist Party attempts to overthrow him, it is up to you, the Demon Gazer, to wield the power of demons, liberate Asteria' s citizens, and shine the light of revolution!
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Demon Gaze II deviates from its predecessor in ways that makes the game a little bit easier to get into if you not typically into dungeon crawlers. While some of the more frustrating elements of the original game have been eliminated, it also leads to a game that is somewhat more bland as a result. Still, Demon Gaze II is an otherwise effective dungeon crawler that is worth a look for both genre veterans and newcomers.
The art style in Demon Gaze II’s cutscenes is par for the course—think anime-style characters who simply emote, while animation is implied. While a similar art style is used once in battle, animation largely consists of portraits of enemies kind of floating about, and extremely basic swiping animations for attacks.
Ultimately, Demon Gaze II surprised me. While seeming nothing more than a cheap imitation of Persona 5 or other, better dungeon crawlers, it brought its own visual style and flair and showed it could run against some of the best in the genre. It’s a real shame that the dungeons themselves weren’t more inspired, especially since they’re such a major part of any such blobber, and the biggest knock against Demon Gaze II.