Mind Zero Famitsu scans show off new characters

By Dave Cook, Wednesday, 3 April 2013 08:31 GMT

Mind Zero developer Acquire is up next in this week’s issue of Famitsu. The mag has published some chunky character art and one – count them – gameplay screen. The characters seem new though so that’s something to get excited about if you’re keen on the game.

Acquire announced Mind Zero last month and it smells a lot like the Persona series, following a group of school kids and a detective as they battle through monster-infested dungeons at night and study hard during the day. You can check out the official teaser site here.

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