Monster Monpiece for PC launches this fall

PC version lacks multiplayer, but offers 1080p and unedited cards.

Monster Monpiece

Monster Monpiece will launch for PC via Steam this fall, Idea Factory International announced.

Originally available digitally for PS Vita, the card battle RPG with ligh RPG elements sees players partake in grid-based battles fought with a variety of cards.

The PC version will not include multiplayer support, but it will include upscaled, 1080p graphics, as well as the full set of cards and artwork that were available for the game’s original Japanese release.

Here’s the fact sheet, via Idea Factory:

About

God’s hammer struck twice, punishing the world of Yafaniel below…

In this world humans and “monster girls” live an uneasy coexistence. May Esperio trains to become a master of the monster girls alongside her two friends, Elza and Karen, but her world is shaken after an encounter with a stranger leaves Elza “Lost” – a dark affliction that plagues humans and monster girls alike.

Now May must travel the world to get to the bottom of this mysterious sickness and save Elza before it’s too late for her – and the world!

Key Features

  • Moe and Monsters in 1080p – Experience the world of Yafaniel like never before seen in upscaled 1080p graphics!
  • More Moe More Battles – Play fast-paced card battles where more than 100 monster girl cards can be summoned, each class coming to life as a 3D chibi model on a battle grid!
  • Master the Moe – Each card you play can mean victory or defeat – with Skills, Potentials, Fusions, and Aura Bonuses, you have layers of strategy to use in each battle.
  • Gotta Rub ‘Em All – Level up your cards with the frenetic First ❤ Crush Rub system, wherein your magical prowess can be rubbed into each of the Monster Girls to increase their strength and obtain new artwork for each!

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