Here’s the void* tRrLM2(); //Void Terrarium 2 news you’ve surely been waiting for

And a new story trailer, too!

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A screenshot from void* tRrLM2(); //Void Terrarium 2, depicting a little girl living in a terrarium.

It’s the old world but a new fungi in void* tRrLM2(); //Void Terrarium 2. I was chuffed to hear about this sequel coming to the west early next year, which was announced at an NIS showcase earlier this year. The games are best described as roguelite dungeon RPGs, which is a bit of a mouthful but makes perfect sense when you play. Today, NIS America the game’s release dates in North America and Europe, and released a new story trailer.

The game follows the aftermath of the first game, namely the defeated cloudAI’s plot to resurrect humanity. Robbie the robot and Toriko, his human friend, have been living peacefully until she falls ill with a new deadly disease. Robbie will have to venture into the past and search the remnants of cloudAI’s memories for clues about the illness in order to keep the world’s last human alive.

As players progress through the dungeons, they’ll be able to level up weapons. Weapon mastery provides the extra power needed to explore the wastelands. Mystery bonuses are accessible via yellow portals and Mystery Rooms. These rooms offer rare chests containing things like powerful equipment, new abilities, and ultra-rare skills. Maintain the terrarium by planting seeds and nurturing them, then harvest the plants to decorate the terrarium. Toriko is customizable, with options including new clothing, hairstyles, and accessories.

void* tRrLM2(); //Void Terrarium 2 features Japanese audio with English text. Pre-orders for the physical limited edition are now available via the NIS America Online Store; it includes a copy of the Deluxe Edition, a one-disc soundtrack, an acrylic standee, an art card, and a collector’s box.

Developed by Nippon Ichi Software and published by NIS America, void* tRrLM2(); //Void Terrarium 2 will be released for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on February 28, 2023 in North American and March 3, 2023 in Europe. It first launched in Japan in June of this year.


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Lindsay picked up an NES controller for the first time at the age of 6 and instantly fell in love. She began reviewing GBA games 20 years ago and quickly branched out from her Nintendo comfort zone. She has has developed a great love of life sims and FMV titles. For her, accessibility is one of the most important parts of any game (but she also really appreciates good UI).

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