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Tears To Tiara II: Heir Of The Overlord – Available Now Across Europe


Yep, here it is. Those who are constant readers of the site will know that we’ve been reporting on “Tears To Tiara II” news for quite some time and it is now finally available in Europe. NIS America, with their friends at ATLUS, are very pleased to distribute their latest piece video game excellence across the great land for all the European gamers to indulge in. Exclusive to the PlayStation 3 and available both physically and digitally, “Tears To Tiara II” will take players on a wild fantasy adventure across the fictional country Hispania. You will take up arms as a young laborer named Hamil who, after meeting with a young girl calling herself a God, journeys to the capital to take back the throne that is rightfully his, or so that’s what this God lady is telling him.

A Tale of a Forgotten Goddess and an Overlord. The province of Hispania suffers under the cruel dominance of the Divine Empire. In one of its towns within the countryside, a young boy named Hamil toils every day in heavy labor. He is a descendant of the royal family of Hispania, though no trace of that proud lineage remains now. He can only watch on powerlessly as the Imperial Army lashes out on his impoverished and exhausted
people. One day, however, a strange girl appears before him. Her name is Tarte. A self-proclaimed goddess, she calls upon him to bear arms against the Empire,
but her summons go unanswered, as Hamil keeps his distance.However, when Tarte is kidnapped by the Imperial Army, Hamil becomes intertwined in a rebellion all across Hispania… – NIS America

Go now! Head to your local video game distributor to pick up one of the newest and supposedly best JRPGS, there’s no better way to end what has been a pretty good year. If you’re lucky enough, some retailers may still have a few of the special editions left over so if you move quick you may be able to get your hands on a few little extras. That is, depending on where exactly throughout Europe you live. Distribution is a fickle thing, my friends.


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  1. I wish these games marketed something that grabbed me better, all of them seem to blend into each other.

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