Dokuro Trailer Released

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

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Game Arts has released a gameplay trailer of the upcoming Vita game, Dokuro, and a demo was made available on June 6th  for the Japanese Playstation Network.

Dokuro is a side-scrolling platform game where a prison guard (Dokuro) decides to help a captured Princess escape from the clutches of whatever evil thing is clutching her… *cough*. The game allows you to transform between both characters, by using the back-touch panel, so you can overcome the many traps, obstacles and foes that plan to hinder your progress.

The game has a unique, chalk-like art style with some hilarious, creepy, and downright bizarre looking enemies.  Three-headed pigeon, anyone?

Dokuro is set for release in Japan on July 5th.  Nothing has been announced with regards to a Western release.

 

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  • Nice aesthetic. Too bad it’s not coming to 3DS.

  • caleb1993

    One of many increasing reasons for me to get a Vita. This game has such a gorgeous aesthetic and I cannot wait to try it out myself. I love the way the touch screens are being used. I always love seeing brilliant ideas like this.