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More of Oninaki's Daemons have been revealed

Square Enix has shown seven of them off, including their special abilities and weapons of choice.

The Oninaki release date of August 22 is edging ever closer, and while we have seen some of the available Daemons in the playable demo, some have still been kept secret. That is, until now, as we've seen the seven available options, all with a range of unique abilities to keep combat feeling as fresh as possible.

First up is Dia, whose weapon is known as Farshots. Her skill is to unleash a hail of attacks from afar, therefore making her much more effective as a long-range Daemon. Then we have Aisha, who uses Swords as her weapons, with her skill allowing her to gain speed and agility with an epic dash. Next up is Zaav, a specialist with spears, whose skill allows him to leap, attacking enemies from land or sky. This is quite different from Gavod, who utilises Shieldcannons as his weapon of choice. His skill is the ability to attack at close range and unleash a shattering cannon blast.

Next we have Izana, a Daemon using Scythes as her weapon of choice, and the skill of cutting through large swathes of enemies with devastating power. Penultimately is Rigan, the Twinblades specialist, who can overwhelm enemies with fast attacks and technical combat prowess, along with Wil, a Daemon proficient with Axes and the ability to build a stern defence against incoming attacks.

Daemons and their battle system were shown off in the trailer released at the end of July too, and if you want to know what we thought of the demo, then head this way.

What do you think of the Daemons coming to Oninaki?

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"Oninaki could have been a great JRPG, but a poor script and dull characters make the whole thing a monotonous and repetitive affair."



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