Korean video game developer Ntreev has released a demo for Astonishia Story 2, the company's upcoming RPG title for the Sony PlayStation Portable. From the looks of things, it seems this new game is light years ahead of the first one, so fans might want to try it out.
The first Astonishia Story for the PSP got a U.S. release in mid-2006. Even though it didn't get rave reviews, the fact that it got released stateside should bode well for a possible U.S. release for the sequel.
The demo's in Korean, but if you want to try it out, you can download it below. To install, just extract the archive and copy the ULKS46142 folder to your PSP's GAME directory. Minimum firmware version required to run the demo is 3.90.
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