Along with the demo announcement, NIS has also unveiled contents exclusive to PS4 and Steam versions of the game. A new difficulty, Inferno mode, a deeper story line of Dana’s past, new dungeons introducing never-before seen monsters, and two new forms for Dana, Luminous & Gratika, that changes her battle attribute. This content will not be available in the Vita version of the game.
I’ve been lucky enough to recieve an advanced copy of the game for review, and will have my thoughts up shortly after the embargo lifts on August 30th.
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