Mind Zero gets new prologue and battle system trailers

By Dave Cook, Thursday, 20 June 2013 09:43 GMT

Mind Zero developers Acquire – of The Last Guy fame – and ZeroDiv have released two new trailers for their spirit-summoning dungeon crawler. The game is currently in development for PS Vita and seems to pander to the Persona crowd, which is no bad thing I’m sure fans will agree.

Story Prologue:

Battle System:

As you can see, combat involves human characters summoning ‘Minds’; powerful spirits that help them fight against demons. What do you make of the short glimpse above?

We’ve got more Mind Zero trailers here, and a character break-down here.

Thanks AGB.

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