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Key features:
- Dark fantasy melee: Equip up to five different weapons at a time to build diverse, guard-breaking combos!
- Be thee dexterous?: Use the Mystical Dodge feature to slow down time by avoiding an enemy's attack at the last moment!
- Enemy chowdown: Remain in Metallia's service longer by consuming your foes when your Gigcals are low!
- Magical metamorphosis: Switch between different “facets” to best clobber your enemies and explore this dark fantasy world.
- Sinister is the name of the game: Enjoy the tale of one girl’s vengeance against the entire world—and "mercy" is not in her vocabulary!
- Dual Audio galore: Players have the ability to switch between and enjoy both the English and Japanese audio tracks whilst adventuring!
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