MIND≒0 Debut Trailer Has Been Released

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

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The collaborative dungeon crawling title by Acquire and ZeroDiv, MIND≒0 or less stylized Mind Zero/0, has its first trailer released and showcases the games characters, briefly touches on the plot, the games battle mechanics, Visual Novel-esq dialogue scenes, and the dungeon crawling aspect. Check out the trailer below.

The game is very reminiscent to the old style of the mainline Shin Megami Tensei games, with viewing the enemies in battle and in being in first person view in dungeons. While also having the gameplay mechanics of the more recent spin off Persona series with the summon feature that the characters utilize during combat; even the menus look similar. Nothing wrong with having a style like other games, as long as the developers can make their own unique approach that accompanies the game well.

MIND≒0 is PlayStation Vita exclusive and will be released in Japan in August of this year. No localization announcement has been made by the publishers, GungHo Online Entertainment. Keep your fingers crossed.



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