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Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal and Dungeon Travelers 2-2: The Fallen Maidens & the Book of Beginnings are now available on Johren.

Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal and its sequel, Dungeon Travelers 2-2: The Fallen Maidens & the Book of Beginnings are turn-based dungeon crawlers developed by AQUAPLUS. Both entries take players to the Kingdom of Romulea, a land once embroiled in a war between humans supported by the gods and the monsters led by the Demon God. Five hundred years ago, humans discovered a method of sealing monsters in books, allowing them to win the war and seal away even the Demon God itself. Five centuries later, a group of female adventurers is on the cusp of discovering that history didn’t play out quite as it was told, setting them on a quest through many treacherous dungeons in a two-part adventure.

The chief focus of both Dungeon Travelers 2 games is the first-person exploration of maze-like dungeons and turn-based battles against their inhabitants. There are over 20 unique dungeons to explore, teeming with cute and erotic monsters. To deal with them, the player’s party can unlock and utilize over 30 character classes and subclasses. In Dungeon Travelers 2, monsters can be sealed and turned into powerful equipment. The sequel, Dungeon Travelers 2-2, makes it possible to employ sealed monsters in battle, as well as to hire additional mercenaries to support the party.

Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal was originally released in Japan for the PSP in 2013 and later in North America and Europe for PlayStation Vita in 2015. Due to the game’s ecchi nature, this release suffered from censorship, with multiple images being censored to appeal to the MSRP ratings. The new PC edition gives English speakers the option to experience the game in full without any such censors.

Long ago, in a bygone age, this land was contested between gods, humans, and the otherworldly evil known as the Demon God.

Under the flag of the holy maiden Vitoria, the humans fought a long-waging war against the Demon God and her pawns, which they dubbed monsters.

Things went on apace, as for so long they had, until it came to be the 395th year of the Era of the Gods.

It was in this year that the master alchemist Siegdrad invented a technique for capturing monsters into magical tomes called Sealbooks.

Those who wielded this power became known as the Libras, and their success against the monsters was nothing short of astounding.

Thanks to their efforts, the monster population plummeted, until even the Demon God herself was sealed away.

Under the auspices of a new human order, the world began to flourish.

So it was that that year came to be declared the first of the King's Era.

Vitoria, having united the continent under human rule, assumed her rightful throne as the First Queen of Romulea.

ーExcerpt from the Founding History of the Kingdom of Romulea, Chapter 1, Section 10.

It is now Year 499 of the King's Era.

In the halls of the Royal Library of Romulea, a new story is beginning to unfold...

Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal and Dungeon Travelers 2-2: The Fallen Maidens & the Book of Beginnings are now available on Johren for the promotional price of $19.79 until June 23rd, at which point they will cost $19.99.

The title's publisher, Shiravune, has expressed interest in releasing the game on other storefronts as well, but couldn’t make any promises at this time. If there are any further updates, we'll keep you posted.

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