Nov 29, 2016 09:08 AM EST
PS4/PS Vita Games Update: 'Nights Of Azure 2' Announced, Sexy Art Spoilers In 14-Min PS4 Gameplay; 'Mysterious Journey' Coming Too!
PS4 will reportedly get a new game exclusive to the console, "Nights of Azure 2," with the published announcing that two more games will come to the west in 2017. Moreover, the game publisher Koei Tecmo also introduced 14-minutes of gameplay on PS4 of the upcoming JRPG game where a sexy art of several female characters were unveiled.
A livestream reportedly surfaced on the video sharing site Nico Nico hosted by Japanese magazine Dengeki PlayStation. In the livestream, Koei Tecmo revealed a live PS4 gameplay of the "Nights of Azure 2" by Producer Keisuke Kikuchi. The PS4 gameplay unveiled a glimpse of Lily interaction between protagonist Arshe and Camilla. Additionally, fire-based powers of the feline Nero were also revealed.
Koei Tecmo also showed sexy artwork of Arshe, Ruenhaid and Liliana. It should be noted that the video recording from Neco Neco is not of high quality due to the live streaming service's bad resolution and compression ratios, One Angry Gamer reported. The PS4 gameplay trailer of the "Nights of Azure 2" can also be seen online.
Koei Tecmo, however, announced that the PS4 Exclusive "Nights of Azure 2" will be delayed in Japan to February 2017. The PS4 JPRG game will roll out to the west in 2017 as well, but the publisher is yet to reveal the exact release date.
In other news, Koei Tecmo reportedly announced that the "Atelier Firis: The Alchemist" as the "Mysterious Journey" will be released digitally for PS4 and PS Vita in the North America and Europe in Spring 2017. In addition, Koei Tecmo also revealed that a PC version of both games will also be coming via Steam.
PS4 version of the sequel of the "Mysterious" saga will follow the adventures of Firis Mistlud and her sister Liane Mistlud. It is said that Firis has the ability to see where crystals of materials are buried, Gamer Shell reported. Firis is set on becoming a certified alchemist on the PS4 game. Watch the Teaser Trailer here:
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