Moero Crystal announced for PS Vita

Moero Chronicle followup is another dungeon RPG.

Moero Crystal

The latest entry in Compile Heart’s Genkai Tokki series is Genkai Tokki: Moero Crystal, the latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation reveals.

Due out later this year in Japan for 6,800 yen (or 8,800 yen for the limited edition), the “panty-wearing, bra-seeking” dungeon RPG is produced by Norihisa Kochiwa, directed by Makoto Kitano, and featuring character design by Katsuyuki Hirano.

The story begins when the “Bra of Everlasting Darkness” and “Panties of Hope” are stolen, and a “Dimensional Chasm” appears in the skies. The world starts rising, pulling itself towards the rift. The protagonist is a “lucky lecher” named Zennox. Then there’s Otton, a panty hunter.

Whereas in Genkai Tokki: Moero Chronicle, players were on a journey searching for panties, in Moero Crystal, you’re looking for bras. The game’s “build up, release, and insert” battle system features a new “Insert” command. You can also ‘reprimand’ two Monster Girls via the new “Double Scratch” system. Fifty Monster Girls from the previous game will appear, as well as 30 additional. Monster Girl-specific endings have also been added.

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