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Guilty Gear and BlazBlue developer releasing dungeon RPG Stardust Amazoness

Arc System Works, the developer behind the Guilty Gear and BlazBlue (pictured) series, will release a dungeon role-playing game for the Nintendo 3DS titled Stardust Amazoness in Japan this November, according the Japanese site Sinobi, which receives Famitsu early.

According to Gematsu, Stardust Amazoness is currently 70 percent complete and features all female characters. Set on an asylum-prison world called Prison Planet, players will take on the role of a prisoner with the goal of escaping the world. Japanese illustrator and artist, Miyama Zero, is on-board as the game's character designer. Actress Azusa Tadokoro will voice one of the game's ninjas, as well as being the singing talent for the game's theme song "Kiseki."

Last month, Arc System Works celebrated its 25 year anniversary of developing video games. In an interview with Famitsu, studio head Minoru Kidooka spoke about the studio's longevity, saying its focus is making good games, it doesn't have a "grand scheme" for emerging trends such as next-gen consoles and cloud computing.

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