Mind Zero Coming to North America and Europe in May

Friday, March 28th, 2014

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Mind Zero | oprainfall

Aksys Games announced a new acquisition today: Mind Zero will be making its way to Vita systems in Europe and North America this May. North America will get the game on May 27th, with Europe’s release following a day later. Both regions will be getting physical and digital releases.

Mind Zero | oprainfall

Mind Zero | oprainfall

Mind Zero, a first-person dungeon crawler, puts players in the shoes of Kei. Though he’s nothing more than a normal high school student, his life changes when he makes a contract with a mysterious creature called a MIND. This chance encounter drags him into a world of intrigue and danger that gives him no choice but to fight. Characters in-game can fight on their own, with their MIND, or by using a combination of both techniques. A MIND is dependent on the character’s MP, meaning that a major MP loss will lose you the use of your MIND for a time. All of this means that strategy is the only way to success.

For more information on the game, check out the newly opened official website and the release date trailer below.

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  • Lightthrower

    I can’t believe the Vita isn’t selling more consoles with all those awesome games being released for it. Seriously, just look in these couple months: Toukiden, Ragnarok Odyssey Ace, Danganronpa, Demon Gaze, Mind Zero, etc. Much better games than on the 3ds (if you like RPGs). I own both and yes I love Bravely Default.