Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors Game's N. American Release Delayed to October 11
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
NIS America announced on Tuesday that it has delayed the North American release of its upcoming Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors PlayStation Vita game from September 20 to October 11, due to manufacturing delays. The game's September 23 release date in Europe remains unchanged.
NIS America previously streamed a trailer on Sunday highlighting the character Tsukasa Yaegashi.
The company describes the game's plot:
Return to the depths of Hell, and guide a brand-new group of Delinquents through the Reformation Program. This time around, there's a twist. One of the girls in your group of seven isn't quite what she seems. As you journey through the Hell Spire, you'll have to deal with the seeds of mistrust as you struggle to unite your team and overcome their sins and the bonds of damnation. Uncover each girl's unique story, and shape them into the women they need to be in order to find redemption.
Nippon Ichi Software released Criminal Girls 2 in Japan last November. NIS America released Criminal Girls: Invite Only — the PS Vita version of the original Criminal Girls PlayStation Portable game — in the West in February 2015. NIS America also announced that it would release the first Criminal Girls game on PC in April, but the company has not yet released the game.