PR:Trillion: God of Destruction – Meet Ashmedia & Mammon!

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

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Idea Factory has given us some more details about their upcoming PlayStation Vita Roguelike, Trillion: God of Destruction. In this game your goal is to take down a boss that has a trillion HP! There are multiple playable characters and endings. In this press release Idea Factory is introducing to us two of these characters: Ashmedia and Mammon.


TRILLION: GOD OF DESTRUCTION – NEW SCREENSHOTS!
We have a double-header of screenshots for Trillion 1,000,000,000,000™: God of Destruction today! In this batch, you’ll meet two more Overlords, Ashmedia and Mammon.

Ashmedia is the Overlord of Lust, and certainly lives up to it. She flirts and teases “little Zeabolos” to no end, but it’s hard to tell if she’s serious or not. She even takes this lust into battle – there’s nothing more satisfying than hearing the death cry of an enemy caused by her floating spear-like weapons, appropriately named Incu and Succu. For her, the thought of taking down an enemy as big as Trillion would be the ultimate petite mort.
Mammon is the boisterous Overlord of Greed. Though she’s tasked to keep watch at the Gates of Hell with Perpell, she’s more often than not abandoned that post in order to seek out treasures in the Underworld – which may have been a saving grace when Trillion invaded. Now she turns her twin daggers to Trillion so she can become the Great Overlord and acquire all of the Underworld’s treasures.

The game hits North America on March 29 and Europe on April 1, exclusively on the Playstation®Vita handheld system! It will be available both physically and digitally. With six Overlord candidates at your disposal, strategize your battle through rigorous training, forging strong bonds, and making painful sacrifices, all to defeat a god with a trillion HP from consuming the Underworld in this groundbreaking, emotional strategy RPG!

About Trillion: God of Destruction

More than a thousand years passed since the legendary battle against the Heavens. The demons of the Underworld lived an evil, yet fulfilling, life in peace. And so it remained until the appearance of Trillion, a demon god of destruction that sought to consume the world.
Its power unfathomable, it destroyed the Underworld’s forces. Even Zeabolos, the Great Overlord himself, was defeated.
On the brink of death, Zeabolos heard a mysterious voice from deep within: “It is too early yet for the lineage of the Great Overlord to fall…” Zeabolos was revived, his shambled body patched together again by a young necromancer named Faust.
Zeabolos gained the power of the Soul Grimoire, and decided henceforth to fight.

 

Key Features
  • A TRILLION HP! This big bad boss has 1,000,000,000,000 HP! How you defeat him is up to your individual strategy and training!
  • 6 Deadly Sins to Love! In between battles, you’ll get some quality alone time with each of your six Overlord Candidates leading your army. Can you have a love story even in war?
  • Prepare for Battle! While Trillion sleeps, it’s training time! Hit the training grounds and discover randomly-generated treasure chests or strengthen weapons at the Blacksmith’s!
  • Replay, Replay, Replay! Stats carry over with each New Game+ plus and there are multiple endings to unlock! With over 10 endings, there’s even more reason to stand up and keep fighting!

SOURCE: PRESS RELEASE

About Justin Guillou

Justin joined Operation Rainfall after visiting the site numerous times and reading the articles on Xenoblade Chronicles. He enjoys searching for and collecting some of the more obscure video games out there.




  • Mr0303

    The stacking endings is quite a cool feature – each subsequent playthrough will be shorter and thus easier to get to the end.

  • Dgnfly

    And according to Idea factory this time the japanese dub is included instead off cut out and then used as DLC.

  • David S

    This keeps looking better and better.