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Nippon Ichi's Zillions of Enemy X looks pretty outlandish

6:00 AM on 03.07.2013 // Kyle MacGregor
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Insane card-based role-player comes to Japan this spring

Zillions of Enemy X is Nippon Ichi Software's next role-playing game and thanks to All Games Beta we have our first look at the title. Part of a mixed media project, Z/X is based off the trading card game, manga, and anime series of the same name. And from the looks of things it's pretty strange.

Anthropomorphic deer, sexy nuns, fairies, mechs, dudes with giant afros, this game seems to have just about everything short of the kitchen sink. Zillions of Enemy X comes to PlayStation 3 on May 23 in Japan. We'll be sure to keep an eye on it as it nears closer to release.

Nippon Ichi's Zillions of Enemy X card game RPG for PS3, First Screens & Concept Art [All Games Beta]

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