On the Japanese release date of Izuna 2, Success organized a series of fashion events at various stores in Akihabara. Cosplayers could compete for prizes by dressing up as either Izuna or Shino. Additionally, actors and members of the design staff attended to field questions and sign autographs. The game was also made available at Comiket 73 between December 21 and December 23, 2007.
In North America, Atlus initially announced plans to release an English version on April 17, 2008. Atlus released a trailer of the game in April 2008, and in May 2008, Izuna 2 appeared at the 2008 Run to the Sun convention in California. A competition was also held in the U.S. to help promote the release. Fans were asked to add text to a series of images involving interactions between different characters and could win a free copy of Izuna 2 and all of the posters given away as promotional items with the game.
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