Earlier this year, you may have picked up on a review we did on Nights of Azure - a crude, if not generally enjoyable, A-RPG from GUST - the folks behind the long-running Atelier series of JRPGs.
With the PC version being released almost two years after the PS3 version, there was no doubt in our mind that its upcoming sequel - Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon would share the same fate.
And it will. Announced late last night, KOEI TECMO Europe announced the Western release date as October 27. That's just two months after the Japanese release.
Aimed to be a standalone sequel, that means you needn't be expected to have played the simplistic A-RPG's predecessor as the story seems oddly similar to the last right now. Essentially putting you in the shoes of a half-demon girl tasked with protecting the girl who's birth-rite ties in to stopping the Queen of the Moon and the source of the demon infestation walking all over the 19th century city.
If you haven't read our original Nights of Azure review, we strongly recommend that you do it. While it might have been particularly rough around the edges, its pacing and combat left a lasting impression.