Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy Characters Revealed

Friday, January 13th, 2017

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NIS America are happy to reveal a sneak peak of the characters in Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy. The game is a dungeon crawling RPG, and you find yourself selected to join a Special Forces unit called the Xth Squad. You will have to assemble a team, and as you progress, you will meet the members of the Xth squad. You will also encounter the feared Seven Hands. Here is the teaser trailer:

 

NIS America has released eight images showing the characters, and each one also includes a textual description for the character(s) it shows. Click the images to see them full size if the text is hard to read. Check out the full press release below to see all of the character images:


 

NIS

Meet the Characters in
Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy

 

 

We’re happy to release new details about the characters of Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy! To complete this dungeon crawling RPG, you’ll have to assemble a team after being selected to join the special forces unit known as the Xth Squad. As you progress through the story, you’ll meet members of the Xth Squad and also the feared Seven Hands.

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Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy
Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy
Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy

 

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View the Teaser Trailer

 

 

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  • Mr0303

    This will be another great year for dungeon crawlers on the Vita, especially if Dungeon Travellers 2-2 comes to the West.

  • King of Crasher

    LMAO I’m out. Play the first one and fucking hell was it a horrible game. Barely give you hints as you get lost easily, too complicated for its own good, and genetic ugly design characters. Terrible terrible game.

  • This better not get censored.