New Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception Trailer shows off Haku an Unlikely Hero

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

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Today via press release Atlus has released a new trailer for their upcoming release of Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception. The trailer shows off Haku,  who has and amnesia but turns out to be a very unlikely hero.

Here is a bit more about Haku straight from the press release:

The main character of Mask of Deception is a mysterious amnesiac who has no idea how he woke up into a world populated with monstrous creatures and people with beastlike features. All he knows is that he’s been named Haku by a beautiful girl named Kuon, and that he’s stuck in this place for the long haul. Eventually, he gets dragged into a war between Uzurusha and the mighty Empire of Yamato, and must fight to defend the innocent civilians caught in the crossfire. He may not be the strongest fighter, but he’s a brilliant strategist who must use his mind against his enemies’ brawn. Oh, and he’s pretty deadly with a fan too.

Here is the trailer for your viewing pleasure:

It has also been that two DLC characters will be available at launch, the sword wielding Tamaki and spear thrusting Sasara will be available for purchase when the game launches on May 23.

Here is a short list of other DLC that will be up at launch:

  • Sasara Samurai Costume – $2.99
  • Sasara Swimsuit Costume – $2.99
  • Tamaki Samurai Costume – $2.99
  • Tamaki Swimsuit Costume – $2.99
  • Costume Set – $8.99

 

 

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  • DOUGHNUTS ARE AMAZING

    Atlus should try to encourage Aquaplus to port To Heart 2 DX Plus to the PS4 or Vita so they can localise it. The amount of To Heart 2-themed DLC we’ve got without the game it’s based on is insane. To Heart 2: Dungeon Travelers not being localised is probably partly down to people not knowing who the characters are if they’re going by official channels only.

    I know the PC version of To Heart 2 has been translated by fans, but that’s an adult version nor is it the definitive version, which is on PS3 and includes the sequel, Another Days.