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Peter Triezenberg
Stranger of Sword City Coming to North America and Europe
NIS is bringing this dungeon crawler to the West.
11.10.15 - 3:45 PM

It's been a while since we've had a really exciting Vita exclusive, but NIS is throwing us a bone with Stranger of Sword City. Billed as a more Western take on the traditional dungeon crawler from the makers of Demon Gaze, Stranger of Sword City is coming to the PlayStation Vita in both physical and digital format next year.

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In Stranger of Sword City, your character is the sole survivor of a plane crash that occurred after flying through a mysterious portal. Awakening in an unfamiliar landscape known as Escario, the city of swords, your goal is to find a way home, all while defending the city and carefully choosing alliances along the way. The game is a traditional dungeon crawler with a unique dark fantasy flair, featuring some truly gorgeous artwork. The game also has an online leaderboard so players can compare gear, clear times, and more.

Stranger of Sword City will be released on March 22nd, 2016 in North America, and on March 25th in Europe. Be sure to check out our gallery for more images.


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