New Trailer for Nights of Azure 2 Showcases the Switch Version

Gust has shared a new trailer for Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon.

Featured above, the new trailer showcases the game’s Nintendo Switch version.

Here’s a rundown on the game, via Koei Tecmo:

Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon takes place in a fictional, demon-ridden Western European city towards the end of the 19th century. The story focuses on a knight protector named Alushe and her two childhood friends – Liliana, a kind-hearted priestess, and Ruhenheid, a holy knight of the Lourdes Order. While guarding Liliana, Alushe is ambushed and killed only to later awaken as an artificial half-demon at the hands of the New Curia, a religious organization with dark ties. In the company of a variety of unlikely allies with their own pasts and agendas, Alushe’s strong desire to save Liliana gives her the strength to scatter the shadows shrouding the world and motivation to uncover the shocking truth behind the mysterious Queen of the Moon.

In case you missed it, you can find our review of the original Nights of Azure here (we recommend it). Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon is launching on October 24th in North America and October 27th in Europe across PC, PlayStation 4, and the Nintendo Switch.

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  • Brimfyre

    So far so good as far as it looking like there isn’t any censorship. I know that is really only something you have to worry about when Treehouse gets their dirty paws all over it, but sometimes other companies needlessly censor their games for Nintendo consoles. Looking at you Square Enix.

  • Zack Attack

    Hopefully they don’t censor the Switch version because that’s the version I want despite having a PS4.

  • Taiho

    Good thing about GUST is they’re owned by Koei Temco, who have their own localization team and they tend to be pretty good. It might be the case they send the final product directly to Nintendo and not to Treehouse instead.

  • Travis Touchdown

    Ah yes. I’m sure it was Nintendo who censored Dragon Quest XI on PS4.

  • Brimfyre

    I love that you have two upvotes for making a comment that makes no sense.

  • LaserCatsAreAwesome

    Probably his sock puppets

  • DeeeFoo

    Koei Tecmo is pretty good in that regard. The only time I’ve seen their stuff get censored is when Nintendo had some say in it, usually as the publisher. But for stuff they publish themselves, their localization team is decent.

  • Alienshroom

    Fatal Frame…. NoA you assholes…. F’ing assholes…