Hero Must Die demo launches February 10 in Japan

Play Nippon Ichi Software's new PS Vita RPG before release.

Hero Must Die

Nippon Ichi Software will release a demo for its upcoming PS Vita RPG, Hero Must Die, on February 10 in Japan, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals.

Surprisingly, the demo will let you play the game for a full playthrough.

In Hero Must Die, players sacrifice their life to slay the demon king and become a hero, but God grants you five days to live before you go to heaven. Depending on what you do during that period, the content of the ending (your funeral) will change.

The full game is due out in Japan on February 25.

Thanks, Famitsu.

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