Mary Skelter 2 is applying a nightmarish touch to dungeon crawling on Nintendo Switch. Is it worth the bad dreams to plumb the depths of these labyrinths?
Mary Skelter 2
A sequel to Vita dungeon-crawler Mary Skelter: Nightmares.
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With Mary Skelter 2 launching next week, Idea Factory International has put out some new media. In addition to a gameplay trailer, there are some more screenshots showing dungeons and dialogue.
Compile Heart has released more information for its upcoming dungeon-crawler Mary Skelter 2. The info details new game modes and gameplay features.
Mary Skelter 2 is getting a physical release for the Nintendo Switch. The physical version will be available in November, but those unwilling to wait can opt for a mid-October digital release.
Idea Factory International has provided some more details and screenshots for Mary Skelter 2. The information covers some of the character-related systems in the upcoming dungeon-crawler.
Idea Factory International has released the opening movie for dungeon-crawler Mary Skelter 2. There are also new screenshots and details for the game’s combat system ahead of its launch this October.
Idea Factory International has announced the release date for Mary Skelter 2. The dungeon-crawler will be coming to Switch this October, with the first game coming with it.
Compile Heart unveiled a release date for its dungeon-crawler Mary Skelter 2 moving to Nintendo Switch. The title will come to the handheld in Japan on August 22, 2019.
Idea Factory International has announced that it will be bringing dungeon-crawler Mary Skelter 2 to the west. The game will be a digital Switch exclusive, and will come with a port of the first game.
Prepare to collect Blood Crystals portably as Mary Skelter 2 is heading to the Nintendo Switch. The 3D dungeon crawler might even come with the original game if it follows the same structure as the PS4 release.
Mary Skelter 2 will be available in Japan tomorrow. In preparation for the launch, Compile Heart share details on two more gameplay systems, as well as a lengthy pre-launch trailer.
As Mary Skelter 2 prepares for release in Japan, Compile Heart provided more images and details for the game. Several characters are introduced, along with the Blood Farm system.
With Mary Skelter 2’s launch in Japan imminent, Compile Heart has provided some extra details about the game. Information on the game’s growth systems comes with news on how to access the first game’s included remake.
A new Japanese trailer has arrived for Mary Skelter 2, introducing all the major characters. Compile Heart also released details about a returning feature: Murder Hunts.
The Jail and various more characters are detailed in the latest Mary Skelter 2 update. There is also a bit of information on how Tsuu and Jack work together in combat.
More characters have been revealed for Mary Skelter 2. In addition to some familiar combat features, the sequel also includes a new way to make enemies defenceless.
Following on from its announcement earlier this month, Compile Heart has a new trailer for Mary Skelter 2. This video focuses on the dungeon-crawler’s combat system.