Some of the older generations might remember playing the arcade game "The Tower of Druaga." If you're one of these gamers, you might want to get this PlayStation 2 video game. The Nightmare of Druaga continues the story of that arcade game with improved visuals, a different game goal, and many missions to complete before reaching said goal.
The original game was released back in 1984, and this continuation was released in 2004. This continuation was created through a collaboration between several companies. Its type is "Mystery Dungeon" and this is what "Fushigi no Dungeon" means.
This game was specifically developed for PlayStation 2, and there is no version for other gaming consoles. In this Roguelike video game, you play alone and your vision is limited to how much light the armor of the protagonist, Gil, creates. Gil is short for Gilgamesh.