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Submitted by Cloudberry 513d ago | video

Six minutes of God Eater 2 demo gameplay

Famitsu.com was granted early access to the God Eater 2 demo launching for PS Vita tomorrow in Japan and recorded six-and-a-half minutes of footage. (God Eater 2, PS Vita, PSP)

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majiebeast  +   513d ago
I can say 1 thing if your a hunting genre fan there is plenty of that on the Vita between this Toukiden,Soul Sacrifice and the upcoming freedom wars.
jazzlover511  +   513d ago
Don't forget Ragnarok Odyssey Ace. I personally like RO more than Soul Sacrifice.
nugnugs  +   513d ago
Yeah, I have to agree. I really wanted to love SS but I got a bit bored. The bullet system alone in God Eater will keep you busy, it's great.
Loki86  +   513d ago
Gamescom, make it happen Sony. GEB2 to the WEST!
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bothebo  +   512d ago
Gamescom is really Sony's last chance to bring the Vita back to life in the West. They have to make a big move.

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