Mugen Souls Z coming west in 2014

Stop an ancient, recently reawakened threat.

NIS America is bringing Mugen Souls Z, released this April in Japan, to North America and Europe in 2014, the company announced.

The game, due out for physical and digital releases, features a free-roaming battle map, turn-based combat, “massive” amounts of customization, a level cap of 9999, and “billions” of damage points to be dealt to enemies.

NIS America will be editing “certain aspects” of the original release, “due to the sensisive nature of some content.”

Find a summary of the game below, courtesy of NIS America:

Our favorite Undisputed God of the Universe, Chou-Chou, returns with her crew for a brand-new story revolving around the zodiac. Taking place immediately after the first game, you take control of the goddess Sylma, who meets Chou-Chou before the end of the first game’s events. Sylma is out to stop an ancient threat to her world that has recently awakened. 9999 levels of maniacal mishaps and ethereal adventures await Sylma, her crew, and hordes of Shampurus as Mugen Souls Z hits Western shores in 2014!

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