RUMOUR: Dungeon Travelers 2-2 Delayed to Spring 2017

Monday, September 19th, 2016

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Images have surfaced online that suggests a new release date for Dungeon Travelers 2-2, a title that we have heard very little about since it’s announcement and subsequent delay to 2016.

The images suggest that the game will release in Japan in Spring 2017 and will still be exclusive to the PS Vita. It also suggests it has a subtitle akin in length to its prequel, Dungeon Travelers 2.

To reiterate, this is a rumour so this is to be taken with a pinch of salt until we hear official confirmation from Aquaplus or is corroborated by other sources.

Here are the images below for your viewing.

 

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  • j0eeyy_p

    I’d just thought I’d add this – Aquaplus have a tendancy to cross-promote their all ages games, as is seen here from my physical copy of To Heart 2: Dungeon Travelers. Anybody spot it yet?

    • Panpopo

      Nice, I wish they brought over To Heart’s dungeon travelers as well.

    • j0eeyy_p

      To Heart 2: Dungeon Travelers in an all-ages adaptation of an eroge minigame originally released on PC as part of a compliation pack, not to menton this is a spinoff of a visual novel series that hasn’t been officially translated. I doubt either game will get localised, I’d personally wait for somebody to hack and patch this game.

    • Panpopo

      Yeah, it is a long shot. Was hoping the Dungeon Travelers name would carry it.

      A shame To Heart never took off over in the west.

  • Morgan “The Retro Goat” Hench

    I was disappointed, but then I remembered it said nothing about a US release date to begin with, so…

  • Mr0303

    I didn’t even know this sequel existed. I’d be quite happy if it made it in the West. Dungeon Travellers 2 is one of my favourite dungeon crawlers.

    • j0eeyy_p

      Same here, if it does get localised I won’t be expecting a physical, uncensored release though. And that’s a big IF because somebody has to deem this game worth the risk of localising first.

    • Mr0303

      You are probably right. The last game was localised by NISA and we all know their recent track record. If there is an English Asia version I’ll probably go for it.

    • j0eeyy_p

      Actually, Atlus was the company that localised it, all NISA did was publish it in Europe so we didn’t get a digital only release. Knowing Atlus, if they did localise it there probably won’t be a physical release considering they aren’t planning one for Caligula (but I’m still hoping for an Asian English physical version there for both games as well).

      I’ll probably import this day one from Japan so I’m not disappointed.

    • DDD-kun

      That’s my plan. My own reliance has been far less on Atlus westward in recent months. Not to mention there are items that come with the collector’s issue that will never be considered for print in the west. The PSP version of DT2, for example, came with wallscrolls.

      I’ll just continue keeping an eye on St!ng and AquaPlus for recent developments. It’s good cheer if the game gets a western release, but I’m not going to wait that long or even on that possibility.

    • j0eeyy_p

      I will admit Atlus staying silent on whether or not they were localising Utawarerumono (until I got tipped off about an implied answer given by their PR) has made me lose confidence and annoyed me as we should never have to find out that way. That plus their output this year with Sega has been significantly lower than last year. It’s no surprise that Aquaplus could be one of the companies they chose not to prioitise localising their games for in favour of Sega’s stuff.

  • DDD-kun

    Browsing through JPN twitter. They’re all celebrating under the #ダントラ2 tag. I’m going to get this. It’s worth the price.