NIS America Acquires Mugen Souls Z for Europe and North AmericaOct 24th 2013
Santa Ana, Calif. (October 22, 2013) – NIS America is excited to announce the acquisition of Mugen Souls Z™ for digital and physical release in the North American and European markets in 2014! Created by COMPILE HEART, Mugen Souls Z™ features a vibrant, free-roaming battle map, unique turn-based combat, and massive amounts of customization to quench even the most hardcore RPG fan's thirst. Top all of that off with billions of points of damage, player level caps of 9999, and gorgeous art, and you, sir, have got yourself one seriously fun RPG.
About the game:
Our favorite Undisputed God of the Universe, Chou-Chou, returns with her crew for a brand-new story revolving around the zodiac. Taking place immediately after the first game, you take control of the goddess Sylma, who meets Chou-Chou before the end of the first game's events. Sylma is out to stop an ancient threat to her world that has recently awakened. 9999 levels of maniacal mishaps and ethereal adventures await Sylma, her crew, and hordes of Shampurus as Mugen Souls Z hits Western shores in 2014!
Notice: Due to the sensitive nature of some content, NIS America has decided to edit certain aspects of this title for its North American and European releases.
Release date : 2014
Platform : PlayStation®3
Genre : RPG
Player(s) : Single
ESRB/PEGI/USK : TBD
Publisher : NIS America, Inc
Developer : COMPILE HEART / GCREST
About NIS America In 2003, NIS America was established in Southern California to bring exciting, one-of-a-kind Japanese culture to North America. NIS America's team members devote themselves to the fans. Their respect for their fans is at the heart of everything they do. As an established entertainment publisher in the U.S., NIS America is committed to continuous growth and improvement.
NIS America is a subsidiary of Nippon Ichi Software, Inc., a Japanese company famous for its unique line of strategy RPGs with titles such as Disgaea, Phantom Brave, and Makai Kingdom. NIS America has also become a publisher of Japanese anime titles, such as Toradora!, anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day, and Natsume's Book of Friends.