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Have a look at this highly NSFW Divine Prison Tower: Mary Skelter trailer

There are some things in life that can only be regarded as a tragedy. From one's apparent inability to use a Bowser Amiibo in its intended manner, to Sony's constant disregard for the PlayStation Vita, save for its recent announcement of a couple of additional colour schemes for the handheld. One of such tragedies is the fact that Destructoid simply hasn't gotten around to covering Compile Heart's Vita-exclusive role-playing game, Divine Prison Tower: Mary Skelter before now.
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