Scott Clay
Take a Peek at Mary Skelter's Job and DLC Trailers
Over 20 jobs to choose from.
07.19.16 - 7:12 PM

Compile Heart recently updated the official website for their upcoming PlayStation Vita RPG, Divine Prison Tower: Mary Skelter, with new information on the game's Job System. Mary Skelter will feature over 20 jobs for the player to choose from. Each job changes a character's battle style, not only in terms of appearance, but also their skills and equipment. Not every character can access every job however, each character has a fixed job style such as "Fighter Type" which grants them access to close combat jobs like Paladin or Destroyer. Another example is that "Magician Type" characters have access to the attack magic based, "Blood Witch," or the recovery magic based "Therapist". Changing jobs and characters out to form the ultimate team is the key to success in Mary Skelter. You can check out the trailer below.

Another trailer was also released that features some of the naughty bonus art from the game and the DLC costumes that you can get for each girl. There is no nudity in the trailer below but please keep in mind parts of this trailer are not safe for work, so please, watch at your own discretion.

Divine Prison Tower: Mary Skelter releases on the PlayStation Vita in Japan on October 13th.


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