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Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss Gallery Added
Japan gets all the pretty dungeon crawlers.
10.07.13 - 3:27 PM

Developer Experience, known for their pretty dungeon crawlers, recently announced Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss, a PlayStation Vita dungeon RPG that takes place in the same world as Labyrinth Cross Blood Infinity. Today we have the first gallery for the game, with several screens and pieces of artwork. And so we meet a few of the characters, some of whom attend Hinowa High.

Alice Mifune is a student who's also captain of the EXP Corps and known for her leadership. Noriko Hibino, another student, is the kind class president.

Artwork Artwork

Masa Muramasa, who seems to have some mechanical parts, lives in the Babel Labyrinth. And then we have a mysterious male character, who shows up in the dungeons - but not as an enemy. As with any dark hooded figure, his intentions are initially unclear.

Artwork Artwork

Experience, also responsible for Demon Gaze and Students of the Round, will release Tokyo New World Record on January 23rd in Japan.


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