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Ar tonelico II Release Confirmation, Gallery
08.09.08 - 5:48 AM

Recently, NIS America sent out an e-newsletter reporting more detailed information on Ar tonelico 2. Though they have not committed to a specific day of release, the previously reported "December 2008" still holds as the time frame for release. NIS America also noted that they have not yet decided whether or not to attach a subtitle to the game, and thus the current name of Ar tonelico 2 is a working title.

The two female protagonists of the game have been announced for the US translation: Cloche and Luca. These Reyvateils have two very distinct personalities, with one being shy and "girly," and the other being outgoing and personable. NIS America also announced that the world in which the game takes place is called "Metafalss."

We have a small gallery of images for this PlayStation 2 release available, and as more details are revealed, we will have more posted. Stay tuned!


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