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This week’s Famitsu magazine has published new art for each of Demon Gaze’s eight character classes, as well some information on their prowess in battle.
The “Demon Gazer” has options to store multiple defeated demons, to draw upon their strength later. The Demon Gazer also has some abilities to power up their weapon, giving it unlimited range. They are also able to attack their foes and force them to flee.
The “Fighter” is a warrior class. They are capable of counterattacks and attacking multiple opponents with just one strike.
“Samurai” units have the unique ability to dual-wield swords. They are able to avoid enemy attacks, as they are lightweight and speedy. This also means they can attack a single foe multiple times with only one move.
“Wizards” attack with magic, as one might expect. They are capable of strengthening their own magic skills and speeding up the use of their spells. They do not cope well with close-range combat.
The “Paladin” is a class with a heavy emphasis on defence. They have abilities to protect both the front and back lines and can steel themselves against an onslaught of attacks. Paladins are also in possession of a couple of moves which will allow both them and their allies to disregard defence when attacking.
“Healers” both heal and cast magical wards around their allies, so they take less damage. Their MP will be restored as they stroll through dungeons with the party.
The “Ranger” utilises bows to attack from a distance and are very accurate; one of their attacks will always hit its target. They are able to see how much HP their opponent has left; something the other classes cannot do.
“Assassins” are warriors of the dark, able to hide and nimbly dodge the strikes of their foes with ease. They launch sneak attacks from the shadows and can create illusions with which to trick their opponents.
Each member of the party can be equipped with a sacred treasure that allows them to use skills from other classes. On top of the eight classes discussed here, there are five races to choose from, each with its own unique strengths and weaknesses. In short, there looks to be a lot of customisation available for each individual party member in Demon Gaze.
Demon Gaze will be released for Japanese PlayStation Vitas on January 24th next year.