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Trillion: God of Destruction heading westward in Spring 2016

Idea Factory International has announced a localization for PlayStation Vita strategy-RPG 'Makai Shin Trillion' as Trillion: God of Destruction.  The title is set for a Spring 2016 launch with both a digital release and a physical release.

Trillion: God of Destruction is directed by Masahiro Yamamoto (Disgaea 4) with character designs by Kei Nanameda (Mugen Souls). The press release, Japanese screenshots, and keyart are posted below. View the official website here.

About Trillion: God of Destruction
More than a thousand years passed since the legendary battle against theHeavens. The demons of the Underworld lived an evil, yet fulfilling life in peace. And so it remained, until the appearance of Trillion, a demon god of destruction that sought to consume the world.
 
Its power unfathomable, it destroyed the Underworld's forces. Even Zeabolos, the Great Overlord himself, was defeated.
 
On the brink of death, Zeabolos heard a mysterious voice from deep within. "It is too early yet for the lineage of the Great Overlord to fall..." Zeabolos was revived, his shambled body patched together again by a young necromancer named Faust.
Zeabolos gained the power of the Soul Grimoire, and decided henceforth to fight.
 
Key Features
  • A TRILLION HP! This big bad boss has 1,000,000,000,000 HP! How you defeat him is up to your individual strategy and training!
  • 6 Deadly Sins to Love! In between battles, you'll get some quality alone time with each of your six Overlord Candidates leading your army. Can you have a love story even in war?
  • Prepare for Battle! While Trillion sleeps, it's training time! Hit the training grounds and discover randomly-generated treasure chests or strengthen weapons at the Blacksmith's!
  • Replay, Replay, Replay! Stats carry over with each New Game+ plus and there are multiple endings to unlock! With over 10 endings, there's even more reason to stand up and keep fighting!

Trillion: God of Destruction Screenshots and Artwork

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