Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal for PS Vita
PS Vita

Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal

Aug 18, 2015
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Game Info

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About this game

Developer: Atlus
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

The kingdom of Romulea is in peril. Monsters are leaking out of every nook and cranny in the land and have started an uprising against humanity. Players take on the role of Fried, an adventurer from the Royal Library sent to stop the uprising. Early in his journey, Fried discovers a broken shrine. This sets in motion the story where Fried travels around the kingdom, and through rescuing, defeating, or bumping into any of the 16 unique girls that can join his party, he is on a mission to save the world. Set in a first-person perspective with turn-based combat, players will encounter normal monsters as well as more powerful mutant girls, who must be sealed away to prevent the spread of the evil monster scourge.

Critic Reviews

11 Reviews
6.83
Mark LabbeAug 17, 2015
Between the various unlockable characters and skills, and the fun and engaging gameplay, Dungeon Travelers 2, or at least the demo, is worth playing if your an RPG fan. However, it does get held back by some over-sexualized content and a lackluster story, but the core gameplay will keep you occupied for many, many hours.
ShizukaSep 14, 2015
Beneath the fanservice, there is a truly compelling and engrossing dungeon RPG that rivals Demon Gaze and Operation Abyss for the title of best game of the genre for the Vita. It’s hard, but never unfair; it’s fun, keeping the gameplay and dynamics always fresh. While I don’t recommend it for newcomers, I’d definitely suggest it for people looking for a fair challenge.
Kevin SchallerAug 17, 2015
Maybe it’s my fault. Maybe after playing the fantastic and fun Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold so recently, my judgment is cloudy as to what the “norm” for this genre is. But when only one character has any interesting depth at all (an orphan child lost in the maze who appears to have been interesting, then was quickly shut back down with a proverbial RPG lobotomy), and the rest of the cast has me forcing my hands to hold my Vita and not put it down in favor of my 3DS, I just start getting angry. I like games that are fun to play, not that remind me that I could be playing something else so, so much better.

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