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A First Look At Destroyer Trillion
Compile Heart's newest project and their incoming hellish joyride.
03.29.14 - 4:27 AM

Recently, Compile Heart announced a new project known only as Hell's #1 House. As it turns out, Hell's #1 House isn't a game, but the new label they plan to use to release hell-themed games. So far, this new label includes Disgaea 4 director Masahiro Yamamoto, Disgaea composer Tenpei Sato, and Mugen Souls artist Kei Nanameda. This new development team has been hard at work on their upcoming title Destroyer Trillion.

What we know so far is that our demon protagonist, Zeablos, has unsuccessfully attacked the ruler of the underworld. After losing, Zeablos is rescued by Faust, but for a price. Faust agrees to save his life in exchange for his soul. And so begins the story of Zeablos and his journey to defeat Trillion. Along the way Zeablos is set to join with six female demon lords. While details on these demon girls is scarce, early reports indicate that they will be based on the seven deadly sins. One detail that was released is that Trillion, the current ruler of the underworld, will have 1,000,000,000,000 HP. Yes, you read that right, one trillion hit points.

Set to release on the Playstation Vita sometime this year, stay on the lookout for more information on this upcoming title. You can also check our gallery for pictures of Zeablos, Faust, and more!


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