Are you a fan of going into a fight with some of the most entertaining and fan-favorited characters from the Japanese novels published under the label of Dengeki Bunko? Well Sega has announced that your chance to put your imagination to rest is almost here as the game seeks to launch digitally for both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita this year – exclusively for these two that is. The launch of this game will boast with a vast array of some of the industries most favored characters as they seek to take each other on in a classic side-scrolling fight to the end.
The game will feature players utilizing the games Climax Meter in order to break eachothers health bars by executing move which will recreate highlight scenes from the original titles they were from while players attack, guard, and even take damage to build up this meter once more while in combat. While fighting, fans will be able to enjoy the games SEGA characters, but also some of the fan-favorite Sega-themed environments once the game launches this year.
“With controls skillfully adapted to fit each playable character, Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax is simultaneously easy to learn and a challenge to master. We are excited to work with Ecole and French Bread to bring this beautiful high-action game to the West,” said John Cheng, President and COO, SEGA of America.
With those words, it’ll be hard for any fan of Sega and the Dengeki Bunko brand not to be excited for this title when it launches later this year. So stay tuned and keep your eyes open as we look to bring forth more information regarding the title when it launches. If you’d like to see the launch of this title when it launches, let us know in the comments, and we will work on getting it out to you.
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