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God Eater 2 Headed for Vita and PSP - No Plans for Localization Yet

Today, publisher Namco Bandai confirmed that God Eater 2 is in development and set to be released sometime in 2013.

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Today, publisher Namco Bandai confirmed that God Eater 2 is in development and set to be released sometime in 2013. The company plans to simultaneously release Vita and PSP versions of the game, which will allow players to share their saves between systems and use the Ad Hoc Party system for online play as they upgrade to Sony's newest handheld.

God Eater is best described as a post-apocalyptic Monster Hunter clone for the PSP. The original game, which included a lot of anime-style action, featured online play through Ad Hoc Party on the Playstation 3. The version released in the United States was an update of the original Japanese title, and was known as God Eater Burst. It sold around 300,000 units.

Any potential North American localization plans for the sequel have not been announced.

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Staff article by Nick LaLone (September 19, 2012)

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