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Mugen Souls Trailer, Screens
Oh, so that's why it looks like Disgaea.
10.28.11 - 12:44 AM

The official website for Compile Heart's PSP RPG Atouteki Mugen Souls (Overwhelming Game Infinite Souls) and with it, we get a bunch of new screens and character introductions. First though, is the game's trailer:

That's 'New Keiji Inafune,' the game's producer in the clip, apologizing for the confusion between him and the real Keiji Inafune. Compile promises that he and his dancing won't be in the actual game. The director is Kenta Sugano (Record of Agarest War) and its artist is Takehito Harada (Disgaea series, but you may have figured that out already).

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Artwork Artwork

The pink-haired Chou Chou Infinite is the main character, who believes herself an ultimate god intent on world domination. She also has two personalities, each with their own set of abilities. Altis, blonde/green hair, is a demon who got kicked out of hell and recreated as an angel, hence the halo. Blue-haired Lute is Chou Chou's top servant, looking after her ship. Shanpuru is another one of her servants.

The limited edition of Mugen Souls includes Nendroids of Chou Chou, Altis and Shanpuru. The game is slated to hit Japanese shelves next March. You'll find the newest screens and more art in our gallery below.


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