Akiba’s Trip 2: Meet your little sister Nana

She can help you synthesize weapons and clothes.

Last night’s Famitsu leak revealed a little sister for the protagonist in Akiba’s Trip 2. Today, a Famitsu.com preview today shares more details.

Nana, voiced by Aya Suzaki, is the main character’s little sister. She has an active imagination, likes clothes, sewing, and being indoors. She has the characteristics and behavior of a teenager, isn’t good at socializing, and is selfish towards her older brother, who she calls “Niini.”

Following her brother, Nana is also a member of the Akihabara neighborhood watch, which was established to keep peace in the area. She rarely participates in committee activities, however, and instead spends all day in her room.

Your little sister also plays a key role in reinforced synthesis. In the committee hideout, in Nana’s room specifically, Nana can use her sewing skills to synthesis and strengthen weapons and clothes for the protagonist and other committee members. To do this, you simply select the raw materials required for synthesis. Weapons can even be synthesized from a single material. And you can continue strengthening your favorite weapon to give you the edge in battle.

As the story progresses, you’ll be able to change the outfits of your partner characters. Here is the purple-haired Shizuku Tokikaze in a maid outfit:

Akiba’s Trip 2 is due out for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita in Japan on November 7.

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