Soldner-X 2 Partnering with Play-Asia for Asian Release

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

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It was previously announced that EastAsiaSoft was working on a physical print run for Soldner-X 2. Now it’s been announced that they have teamed up with Play-Asia to do the physical release in Asia. Keep in mind that the size of the print run has yet to be confirmed next week, but you can preorder it now for $24.99 with $5 worldwide shipping. If you place your order before October 25, it will be guaranteed. Check out the trailer and full rundown of specifics below!

Product highlights:

Includes The Last Chapter DLC on cart
Platinum trophy support
PlayStation/Vita TV support
Reversible cover art
Full color manual
Languages: English, Japanese, French, German

Game features:

10 unique action-loaded levels with fierce boss battles
High definition graphics with 3D backgrounds
Dynamic score-linked difficulty system
Three playerships with distinct characteristics and weapon systems
Complex bullet pattern system
Powerful limit attacks and fourfold chaser system
Console perfect, running at 60fps with next to no load times
Unlockables and rewards offer nearly unlimited replay value
Online high score ranking tables and replay file sharing

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