Players will be able to do battle with famous beasts from the popular title, each boasting a revised look so that they fit snugly into the Gaist Crusher world. Characters will also be able to don special suits of armour from the Monster Hunter series.
The original Gaist Crusher launched in Japan in December of last year, alongside a cartoon series and a vast range of merchandise. It and the sequel are both the work of Japanese software house Treasure, famous for such titles as Ikaruga, Bakuretsu Muteki Bangaioh and Mischief Makers. Our resident import expert Kerry didn't think it was up to much, so we hope that Treasure is looking to fix things with this sequel.