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Japan gets second DLC side story for Nights of Azure 2

Posted on November 9, 2017 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch

Nights of Azure 2 players in Japan can gain access to new DLC. A second side story for the game was released this week.

The new DLC is titled “Time Wanders Under the Azure Moon”. Costing 1,080 yen, it’s a side story in which Alushe and the others investigating a ‘flying ship that suddenly crashed onto the ruined city of Eurulm. New stages and quests are included.

The side story can be accessed once players are done with Chapter 1. It will be interspersed throughout Chapter 2-7 of the main game, acting as a supplement to the main story.

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  • Lol, they’re trying. Gust just needs to stop focusing on their flops and either contest KT if they’re at fault for this direction, or sit and re-evaluate themselves.

    Both BR and NOA2 have especially abandoned trying to achieve solid quality, and relied too hard on premise and fanservice. Gust doesn’t make bad games when they set themselves to it, so something is up.

    Hopefully they get their act together going forward. I still mostly blame KT, but it’s on Gust as well.

    • Bart

      What’s BR? 🙂

      Yeah, I just finished this game yesterday, I like the world and characters so that kept me playing, but I was quite ready to be done with it by the end to be honest… Not exactly a Platinum quality action game this…

      Turns out I’m gonna have to go through it again if I want a good ending (I assume) too, but I think I’ll just wait and see if they’re ever gonna patch this up a bit first, though I doubt it. I’d already be happy with just a small update just to make the game appear in my activity log… But getting paid dlc out there is more important than actually improving the game, obviously… *sigh*

      Er, sorry for the rant, it’s not your fault or anything. xD

      • Blue Reflection. The “magical girl” game they made recently.

        Pretty much. They can get a pretty good handle on systems and tend to show strong improvement at a good pace. Or, used to, anyway.

        I’ve heard they’ve been very quiet bout patching it, sadly. (For the loclization, at least.)

        Not at all! It’s relevant. Goes to show how sloppy Gust is lately. People are very back and forth with Atelier as well lately. It’s incredibly disappointing as a long-time fan of theirs.

  • César Tribst

    Is this game any good?

    • R.Z.

      Personally I think it’s ok, I’m enjoying it a lot despite its flaws.

      It’s technically pretty weak and the base gameplay isn’t great. It’s mindless warriors-style battles with less enemies but more resistant ones, pretty bad cameras too.
      However there’s a timer that keeps going down during the action phases that adds some tension and it’s pretty fun to make progress and explore the locales pushing against it.
      The overall structure is also pretty enjoyable, you’re also pushing against a calendar/timer and there’s a lot of stuff to level-up, train, grow etc.
      imo the artstyle and the music are pretty great and the characters are quite likeable.

      Basically it comes down to whether you think you will enjoy the game’s universe and aren’t too regarding on the action phases.

  • R.Z.

    Are we getting any of that stuff ?
    I should check the e-shop I guess.

    I’m enjoying the game so far, I wouldn’t mind some reasonably priced DLC.

    • Petri

      We got some ugly costume. Well, at least it’s free.

      • R.Z.

        The DLC also listed servants, but I have no idea which ones.

  • JasonBall

    I’m gonna get this on cartridge when it’s down to 20 bucks in a year or so because we all know it will be.

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Genre: ACTIONRPG
Publisher: Koei Tecmo
Developer: Gust
Release date: October 24, 2017
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