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Demon Gaze Gallery Update
Along with new info on characters to match.
02.22.14 - 3:17 PM

In upcoming Vita RPG Demon Gaze, players will take on the role of Oz (no, not the wizard). He's a young man who awakens in a dangerous location with many of his memories lost. He sets out to explore the labyrinths as an adventurer as he recovers his past and learns about new dangers. In doing so, he will learn about his new abilities as a "Demon Gazer".

Of the many locations he will visit, we have new info on patrons of an inn known as the Dragon Princess Inn. These characters are:

Lezerem Rantile - A frivolous elf who runs the item shop. He can't seem to keep himself out of trouble - or in his clothes once he's drunk.

Kukure - The self-proclaimed stylist at the inn. He looks like a child, but is actually a full grown Migmy. He's picky when it comes to the female body, especially the posterior.

Fran Pendoll - The beautiful, young manager of the Dragon Princess Inn who's somewhat of a tightwad, though she says she's it's because she's working on a mission.

Lancelorna Beowulf - She's got an Evil Eye, similar to the main character. After retiring as a mercenary for mysterious reasons, she now looks after the main character.

Prometh - A mysterious mortician girl who lives in the inn's basement. She loves herself some skulls!

Pinay - A Ney girl with boundless energy who lives at the Dragon Princess Inn. She also might have another side to her...

Demon Gaze will be available on April 22 in North America and April 25 in Europe. We've got some new screenshots too, so click on the gallery link below to check them out!


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