Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon for PlayStation 4
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Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon

Oct 24, 2017
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About this game

Developer: Gust Co. Ltd.
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon takes place in a fictional, demon-ridden Western European city towards the end of the 19th century. The story focuses on a knight protector named Alushe and her two childhood friends - Liliana, a kind-hearted priestess, and Ruhenheid, a holy knight of the Lourdes Order. While guarding Liliana, Alushe is ambushed and killed only to later awaken as an artificial half-demon at the hands of the New Curia, a religious organization with dark ties. In the company of a variety of unlikely allies with their own pasts and agendas, Alushe's strong desire to save Liliana gives her the strength to scatter the shadows shrouding the world and motivation to uncover the shocking truth behind the mysterious Queen of the Moon.

Critic Reviews

20 Reviews
6.68
Azario LopezOct 24, 2017
Thankfully, there’s too many good features about Nights of Azure 2 for fans of Gust to not pick it up, while at the same time introducing new players to the developer. As for me, I’m going to hope that they continue to support this awesome action RPG series and its casual yuri story plots.
Alex JacksonOct 25, 2017
As a fan of the action RPG genre, Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon should be everything you’ve been craving after devouring the other great titles this year, but that’s probably the worst knock on the game as well, it does little to make itself stand out and call it a game you must play, or even should probably try eventually.
Alexandria TaberskiDec 05, 2017
Nights of Azure 2 attempts to add new gameplay elements to the tragic Gothic romance of the ARPG franchise but things like puzzles, map exploration and a larger party to master work against the timing mechanic that is central to the game's design. Add that to a trite plot and pandering fan service and there isn't much to praise.

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