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"What about Job?" suggested Captain Jim.
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<p>DotEmu has announced that it's bringing the 2009 remake of Ys Chronicles II to iOS and Android "soon."</p><p>As with the mobile port of its predecessor, Ys Chronicles I, this sequel has been adapted for its new platform with touch controls.</p><p>DotEmu did a great job with the port of the first game, getting a Silver Award in our review, so the sequel should be just as swell.</p><p>Ys Chronicles II picks up right where Ys Chronicles I left us. After having collected the sacred books, Adol Christin is now ready to explore the true secrets of the island of Ys.</p><p>"As Adol, you’ll show off your swordsmanship, discover new weapons, and for the first time use magic to free Esteria from evil in the second chapter of this renowned series," adds DotEmu.</p><p>We'll let you know whenever we hear a more specific release date or, as might be the case, when Ys Chronicles II is out.</p>
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