Demon Gaze

A traditional dungeon crawler for Vita featuring beautiful artwork, fiendish dungeon designs… and, rather unusually, a soundtrack featuring heavy use of Vocaloid IA.


Developer: Experience, Inc.
Publisher: NIS America
Available on: Vita


Articles about Demon Gaze

Seven Arbitrarily Chosen Things You’re Missing Out On If You’ve Been Operating Under the Mistaken Belief that JRPGs are “Dead” - It seems that every time we get a new Dragon Quest, Final Fantasy or Persona release, we have the same old “we’re having a JRPG renaissance!” discussion. Well, dear reader, with my coverage of Death End Re;Quest on the horizon at the time of writing and plenty more RPGs in our shared futures, I’m here … Continue reading Seven Arbitrarily Chosen Things You’re Missing Out On If You’ve Been Operating Under the Mistaken Belief that JRPGs are “Dead”
Reflections on PlayStation Vita - At the time of writing, Sony has just announced that production of the PlayStation Vita will be ending in 2019, with no plans for a successor. This follows news from earlier this year that we’re counting down the days until the last Western physical Vita release, with many of the last releases coming in limited … Continue reading Reflections on PlayStation Vita
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love a Dungeon Crawler - I was something of a latecomer to the RPG party; yes, I was one of those people who discovered RPGs with Final Fantasy VII. Consequently, I didn’t really grow up with first-person perspective grid-based dungeon crawlers like The Bard’s Tale and the early Dungeons & Dragons games. To the teenage me, an “RPG” was a narrative-heavy game with predefined characters … Continue reading How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love a Dungeon Crawler

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