God Eater: Resurrection and God Eater 2: Rage Burst are a part of the one of the most popular gaming titles on the Asian market and it’s strange that their developer Bandai Namco just refused to release a North America version till now.
The God Eater RPG has built upon its cult following in Japan and finally decided to attack the biggest commercial market, North America. Although the game is already a significant player on the Japanese market it seems like Bandai Namco recognized huge potential into exploring additional markets.
The biggest reason why the God Eater series are such a huge hit in Asia is because they feature insane graphics combined with ridiculous combats and unusual gameplay. People are tired of playing games that look and feel alike, so God Eater (the both parts) are a great refresh in the industry.
Ufotable is the designing studio standing behind the cool graphics you’ll find in both God Eater: Resurrection and God Eater 2: Rage Burst. The main theme evolves around the Japanese culture, which is something even international fans will be able to relate to.
The first part of the God Eater series will be released digitally on June 28 for the North American market and it will be available for all PlayStation 4 and PS Vita users. The sequel will come a little bit later on August 30 and it will be available in both digital and physical form for all PlayStation 4 users while the PS Vita version will be available only in digital form.
People that order the sequel of God Eater will receive a download code for God Eater: Resurrection, which is actually a remake of the original title, so if you want to try both titles, wait for the release of the second part and you’ll get a 2 for 1 combo.