New Mary Skelter: Nightmares Screenshots Introduce the Job System

Idea Factory International has shared new screenshots and details for Mary Skelter: Nightmares.

Featured above as well as below, the new screenshots detail the game’s job system, where players can make use of a multitude of various jobs in their adventures.

Here’s a rundown on the job system:

Marchens and Nightmares come in all shapes and sizes, and with all kinds of weaknesses and strengths. Just as Marchens evolve, your party must too!

Use the Job System to change a Blood Maiden’s abilities and appearance, which will allow you to access a completely different set of equipment and skills. Each Blood Maiden has a unique list of jobs to choose that’s based on her combat style. Some are able to choose special jobs like “Item Meister,” which allows her to use items in battle, or “Poet,” which allows her to use music to support her party. There are over 20 jobs to choose from so you can customize your own Blood Maiden team!

Mary Skelter: Nightmares will launch on September 19th in North America and September 22nd in Europe for PS Vita.

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  • Mr0303

    The designs are really awesome.

    The unique roles for characters is an interesting choice. The only danger here is if some classes
    are much more useful than others, thus pushing you to go back to a default party. They may do the Dungeon Travelers 2 approach where there are gates only allowing certain classes to pass. Hopefully changing a job doesn’t reset your level or at least each job has a separate level.

  • ぽっぴっぽー

    Glad I pre ordered this months ago. Cunt wait.

  • FreshSnug

    Please let this game get a pee cee release.

  • “Cunt wait” i see what you did there


    I want to take them all to a space disco.

  • Rough

    Loving the ecchi aspect, but anyone know how it plays?

  • alterku

    Since DT2 released it’s really hard to not use it as a point of comparison to every other DRPG.

  • Mr0303

    Agreed. I wasn’t even much of a fan of dungeon crawlers, but it really hooked me, which in turn opened me to the genre.

    I didn’t like the endgame too much since it was too grindy (with the above mentioned class doors), but the game itself was superb.

  • Mr0303

    Looks to be a typical dungeon crawler with some elements from Demon Gaze if you played that one.

  • Matz

    Wait 3-4 months for that

  • Nathan

    Actually that might not happen at all considering this was a joint project with compile heart and dengeki playstation.