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Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy Coming West for PS Vita & PC in Spring 2017

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Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy Coming West for PS Vita & PC in Spring 2017

NIS America has announced some news regarding western releases of two of Experience’s Dungeon RPGs with Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy, and Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy, and the state of that series in the West.

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Continue the story of Operation Abyss and defend near-future Tokyo from a new threat in this dungeon crawling RPG. When a mysterious object – dubbed ‘the Embryo’ – appears in the sky, the CPA and the Xth Squad are mobilized to face the new threat. Venture into challenging new labyrinths and create the perfect team to challenge each threat. Featuring a mysterious new story, unprecedented character customization through the new ‘Sub-Blood’ system, and item-based character ability modifications, Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy will give you a world to lose yourself in.

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“The bigger news is that its sequel, Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy, will be releasing in the West in Spring 2017. Set after the events of Operation Abyss, in Operation Babel you have to defend near-future Tokyo from a new threat when a mysterious object, called “the Embryo” appears, threatening to destroy the city unless the CPA and the Xth Squad can stop it. The game features an expansion on Operation Abyss‘ blood system with the “sub-blood” system that lets you create hybrid classes, which along with item-based character modification give you all new ways to tweak your characters. Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy will be coming to PlayStation Vita in both digital and physical forms, as well as digitally to PC via Steam.”

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