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It is the end of the 19th century, and the Millennium Earl has spent thousands of years building an army of loyal creatures known as Akuma. There is a select group of people that stop the Earl from carrying out his plans of mass destruction; these people are the Exorcists, chosen by God through crystals referred to as Innocence, and their job is to destroy the Akuma. The story of D.Gray-man: Sōsha no Shikaku focuses on five young exorcists who serve as members of the Black Order, operating under the Vatican and the Pope: Allen Walker from Great Britain, whose left arm can transform into an enormous claw called Crown Clown and whose cursed left eye allows him to see the souls of Akuma; Lenalee Lee from China, whose Dark Boots grant her extraordinary agility; Yu Kanda from Japan, wielding his sword, Mugen, in combat; Lavi, a cheerful young adult training to become one who records the history of the world around him, wielding a hammer called Tettsui that can modify its size; and Arystar Krory III of Romania, a "vampire" who sucks the blood of Akuma in order to obtain superhuman strength.

Sōsha no Shikaku is an RPG based on the D.Gray-man anime series, adapted from the manga of the same name by Katsura Hoshino. It features cutscenes fully-voiced by the cast of the anime that lead into battle sequences with the enemies of the exorcists: Akuma and the mysterious group with superhuman abilities known only as the Noah, both under the Earl's control. At certain points in the game, the player can choose to view the story from the perspective of one of the five exorcists. The selected exorcist must then make decisions throughout the story that influence their bonds ("KIZUNA") with their fellow exorcists, for better or worse. Raising bonds between exorcists unlocks scenarios, some of which can only be accessed through specific routes. The battles are turn-based and take place on a grid. Attacks are limited by their range, and can only be performed successfully if an enemy is on a targeted space.


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Masa♥Yuki (2669) added D.Gray-man: Sōsha no Shikaku (PlayStation 2) on Aug 15, 2015