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The Caligula Effect 2 Gets New Trailer


See the world of FuRyu Corporation and NIS America’s The Caligula Effect 2 in action with the introduction trailer for the game.

This title puts the spotlight on a virtuadoll named Regret, which created the world of Redo to save people from their past regrets. However, this action imprisoned these people in a simulation, and a virtual idol named χ has restored a high school student’s memories of the real world. In an effort to escape Redo, they re-establish the resistance group known as the Go-Home Club.

The members of the Go-Home Club include Ryuto Tsukishima, Niko Komamura, Kobato Kazamatsuri, Marie Amabuki, Kiriko Miyasako, Shota Tsurumaki, Sasara Amiki, Gin Noto, and either a male or female protagonist of the player’s choosing. A number of Obbligato will also make their appearance, including Machina, Pandora, and Mu-Kun.

Learn more with the trailer below:

The Caligula Effect 2 – Introduction Trailer (Nintendo Switch, PS4)

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch this fall.

Source: Press Release
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