Demon Gaze by Kadokawa Games and published by NIS America marks the first really great hardcore 3D dungeon crawler to come to the Vita. Demon Gaze is a successor to the Japan-only release, Students of the Round. Demon Gaze takes place thousands of years after Students of the Round and you play as Oz who has the ability to seal demons and control them. You get a variety of options to choose.
Demon Gaze 2 Gets a New Gameplay Trailer Ahead of Western November Launch. Written Friday, October 20, 2017 By Richard Walker. View author's profile: NIS America and Kadokawa have released a new gameplay trailer for Demon Gaze II, showcasing some of the game's various systems, including those for raising characters and improving item drops. There's also a look at some of the character.
Demon Gaze PS Vita Games NIS America. Oz awakens to find himself in Misred - a cursed land at the world's western frontier - with a dark shroud covering certain memories of his past. The land before him contains many labyrinths that hold both treasure and danger in equal volumes. Without knowing where else to go or what else to do, Oz decides to take up arms in order to hunt down artifacts and.The sequel to the dungeon crawling RPG Demon Gaze, Demon Gaze II, begins with the player finding out that he wields the power of the Demon Gazer, allowing the player to capture demons and control the demons to fight through various dungeons. The Revolutionist Party, led by Muse, wants to liberate the citizens of Asteria by defeating the tyrannical rule of Magnastar. Lead your party through.Keep in mind Demon Gaze is slated for release on January 24, 2013 (at least in Japan, for now) and for the PS Vita. The game is a whacky wild ride where the main character, bounty hunter Oz, has.
Sam reviews Demon Gaze, the latest dungeon crawling JRPG release from Nippon Ichi Software America for the PlayStation Vita. Traditional dungeon crawling with a twist.Read More
Demon Gaze is a first person dungeon crawler with some extremely basic RPG fare. Buy stuff from the weapons and items salesmen, accept some quests, hire new allies or equip your old ones, then go into the world to kill some monsters and complete said objectives. The main objectives in this game are defeating demons, which are in the most basic sense the bosses of each dungeon. Once you defeat.Read More
Demon Gaze released in 2013 is a Role-playing RPG game published by Kadokawa Games NIS America developed by Kadokawa Games Experience Inc. for the platforms PlayStation Vita.Read More
Demon Gaze: Boss rush, solo style (1) Let's have a nice little Boss Rush, fellow gamers! Whilst the boss fights in Demon Gaze are not wildly original and don't really revolutionize the exercise, they are still interesting enough to make me want to write about them. They present an gripping variety of challenges that call for different strategies, and they keep things interesting by offering.Read More
Like most RPGs these days, Demon Gaze opens with a bountiful character creation sequence. The customization options seem rather staggering, with a wide range of beautifully drawn anime inspired characters, alongside around sixty voices to choose from. Once you’ve mixed and matched your way through this process, modified your stats and given yourself a name, you’re all but ready to embark.Read More
Demon Gaze is a dungeon-crawling RPG where you play as the main character Oz and explore 3D dungeons as you fight against of a myriad of monsters in order to bolster your party with ever stronger.Read More
Oz awakens to find himself in Misred—a cursed land at the world's western frontier— with a dark shroud covering certain memories of his past. The land before him contains many labyrinths that hold both treasure and danger in equal volumes. Without knowing where else to go or what else to do, Oz decides to take up arms in order to hunt down artifacts and eke out a living in this world that.Read More
Demon Gaze is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 6. Rated 4 out of 5 by Ruby Rose Heartbeat from Pretty Good I Guess When the game arrived I was a bit disappointed mine didn't come with a case and I had to use a spare instead but it does say 'a case is not promised'.Read More
There's something charming, and attractive about the story, gameplay, and characters in this latest Demon Gaze adventure. It felt lighthearted, was comical at times, and sometimes even perverted. I actually liked it enough to give it my seal of approval. The fact that it's cheaper than a 'Triple A' release, and can be enjoyed on the PS4 gets some bonus praise from me. The only hold back, if.Read More
Demon Gaze is the kind of title that only a particular group of players will appreciate. It requires an appreciation for death via random number generator, patience for the grind needed to progress, and tolerance for the game's cringe-inducing attempts to titillate. There's a solid game behind those elements (and the random deaths will be a positive feature for some), but it's not for dabblers.Read More