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ToHeart2 Spinoff Game Dungeon Travelers 2 Revealed

posted on 2012-08-08 13:10 EDT by Egan Loo
Royal academy graduates take on demons in fantasy dungeon RPG

ToHeart2 Dungeon Travelers, the 2011 dungeon role-playing game spinoff of the ToHeart2 romance visual novels from AQUAPLUS, is getting a sequel on PSP this winter. As in the first game, Dungeon Travelers 2: Ōritsu Toshokan to Mamono no Fūin (Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library and the Seal of the Demons) lets a player form a party of five characters for adventures in a fantasy setting. However, the sequel has a brand-new story and a different cast of characters.
The protagonist Furiido Einhart (voiced by Daishi Murata) has the ability to defeat "Mamono" (demons) by sealing them with the Book of Libra. He graduated at the top of his class from the prep course for the Royal Officers' Academy. As the leader of the party, he does not directly engage in battle but issues commands.
Alicia Heart (Ai Kayano) is a knight-in-training who just graduated from the same Royal Officers' Academy's prep course.
Meruvi do Florencia (Noriko Shitaya) is a magician with a strong sense of justice. She competed with Einhart to be the best in their class.
Iriina Rosenmaia (Madoka Yonezawa) is the young head of the Royal Officers' Academy, and thus, the protagonist's superior.
Isuto (Rumi Ookubo) is a maid robot who lives to serve her master's beck and call with devotion.
Enterbrain's Famitsu posted more in-development images of the game in higher resolution.

The first ToHeart2 Dungeon Travelers inspired a two-volume video anime series that just ended in Japan last month. North America's Right Stuf released the To Heart television anime series, which is based on the original visual novel of the same name. The followup game ToHeart2 inspired a ToHeart2 television series and four video anime series (ToHeart2, ToHeart2ad, ToHeart2 adplus, ToHeart2 adnext).

Source: Famitsu

Image © 2012 Aquaplus38


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