Check Out Izuna's Backside: Izuna 2: The Unemployed Ninja Returns To Feature Reversible Cover Art

June 17, 2008

Atlus today announced that every copy of Izuna 2: The Unemployed Ninja Returns for Nintendo DS™ will include reverse box art, with the alternate side featuring a beautifully-rendered bust-up portrait of the lovely out-of-work ninja herself.

Izuna and her gang are back—and just in time for a wedding! Lured by the promise of free food (Why else would Izuna attend?), the festive event becomes a puzzling mystery when Izuna's sidekick Shino suddenly disappears, off in search for her long-lost sister. And making matters worse, the foreign gods have also arrived on Japanese soil, and they aren't very happy with the meddlesome, unemployed ninja. With disgruntled deities on the warpath, a sidekick to track down, and a missing sister out in the wild, it could all shape up to be one of Izuna's more exciting adventures. Sounds like a lot of work for a girl out of a job!

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Aram Jabbari, Atlus U.S.A., Inc.

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Ben Karl, Odyssey Public Relations

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