Demon Gaze Extra Western Release for PS4 & Nintendo Switch Delayed by a Month

Today Clouded Leopard Entertainment announced that the North American and European release of Kadokawa Games’ JRPG Demon Gaze Extra has been delayed.

The game was supposed to launch on December 9, 2021, and will now come on January 6, 2022, for both PS4 and Nintendo Switch.

It will include  Japanese and English voiceovers, while subtitles will be in English, Traditional Chinese, and Korean.

Demon Gaze Extra is an enhanced port of the original game developed by dungeon-crawling JRPG masters at Experience Inc. It launched in 2013 for PS Vita placing the player in the role Oz, a young man with a Magic Eye that lets him control demons.

It’s also the sequel of Students of the Round, which was released in 2010 for PSP, Xbox One, and PC.

Here’s a detailed description of the enhancements:

“While the original DEMON GAZE had its fans, some players may have been discouraged by its
challenging gameplay style.
In DEMON GAZE EXTRA, various elements have been tweaked, including the addition of a highspeed battle function, a retry function, and an enhanced autopilot function. Now, even dungeon

RPG beginners need not fear!
The enhanced autopilot function is a streamlined version of the revolutionary feature from the
original DEMON GAZE. This, along with the addition of a high-speed battle function speeds up
repeated battles in dungeons, allowing players to explore labyrinths more easily. In addition, DEMON
GAZE EXTRA has a retry function that allows players to go back to the beginning of a battle and try
again in the event of a defeat.

From the middle of the game, the all-new job category Machina unlocks. After clearing the story,
players can obtain unique items from subsequent playthroughs and use DEMON GAZE EXTRA’s new
item synthesis feature to customize legendary equipment.”

If you want to see more, you can take a look at the original announcement for Japan, another trailer, and a third.

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