Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy coming to PS Vita spring 2015

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News by Jedediah H.

Greetings, detective. Futuristic Tokyo’s in a bit of a snafu: genetically engineered monsters known as Variants threaten the city. If that weren’t enough of a cluster bomb, portals that lead to a strange dimension called the Abyss are emerging in the most inconvenient of locations. So what the hell is a government agency to do? Establish a Code Physics Agency, of course, whose job is to investigate such intense happenings so that in the spring of 2015, you may grip your PS Vita and obliterate these beasts while solving the mystery of Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy. 

You’ll be in charge of the Xth Squad – teens modified with crazy attributes (and super stylish garbs, naturally) thanks to the CPA’s Code technology. 

You’ll have access to cool, classified things like:

Robust Customisation System
Recruit and train a unique group of six Xth members to venture into the Abyss. Customise each member from one of ten distinct Blood Codes. Each Xth member’s appearance, class, personality, morality, and stats may be moulded to the player’s preference.

Teen detectives are better at enduring slaps, we’ve found.

An Accessible yet Deep Dungeon Crawler
The labyrinthine dungeons of New Tokyo offer 40+ hours of dungeon crawling action with traps, secret doors, challenging enemies, and gorgeous art throughout.

Cameras are for junior level detectives…

A Unique Cyberpunk Story
Dive into the Unique Dungeon Crawler setting of Operation Abyss and lose yourself in the gorgeous world, featuring real-life locations rendered by Tetsu Kurosawa and Oxijiyen. A gripping story blends heavy sci-fi elements with a setting to give the game a unique cyberpunk feel. 

Related: Did I mention this is coming to you from the same studio that gave us Demon Gaze? Let your eyes groove all over this review.

Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy will be challenging your dungeon crawling skills and teenage detective intuition in spring 2015, exclusively for the PS Vita, via digital and physical formats. Now get out of my office and get me some Variants, teen detective! Your promotion depends on it.

-Jedediah H.
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