Kay as Akiba's rhythm. Hit the Streets Of Akihabara & Battle your way through dungeons.
Game has generated a lot of confusion. We have also received many questions about it, so we are here to clarify the record and provide you with all the information you have been looking for.
First of all the release date! We have one now. The game will arrive on PS4 and PS Vita, physically and digitally to Europe this Friday, May 19th.
Whether your intention is to obtain the game physically, you must make sure to make an advance order, since the copies of the advance order will be sent with a plush pocket of the adorable and adorable mascot of the game. Pinkun (in participating stores) while stocks last).
Additionally important: "How does this relate to Akiba's Journey: Undead & Undressed, the previous release of the Akiba-related game of Xseed?" The answer is that he does not!
Exactly, not at all, anyway. As you know it is from the same developer, Acquire, and shares the same configuration, but everything else is completely new: the story, the characters, the style of the game and even the tone.
To the fans or lovers of this game who do not know (or can not say it by name), Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed was a risky little fighter that we published in 2014, and assigned the players to take the clothes off the vampires for that the sun melted.
He earned a well-deserved PEGI 16 ranking in Europe, and it was an incredible game with a great ironic sense of humor and a lot of Japanese cultural satire. And it's already available on PS4, PS3 and PS Vita; buy today, run and do not delay!
The rhythm of Akiba, on the other hand, is an action-packed (mostly) risk-free game that forces players to go through surrealistic "Delusionscape" dungeons and battle monsters in action-packed battle scenes.
Any! This was described as a PEGI 12 in Europe, and is decidedly more moderate than its predecessor Akiba.
Yes, yes, let's say, what you're getting here is a mystery centered on a story about the marginalized millennials who try to understand the world we live in today, set in a faithful recreation of the Akihabara district in Tokyo, the called "Electric City" most famous in these days of games and anime stores, service cafes, game rooms, used stores and stores specializing in electronics.
The Character Cast, as you can imagine, is an eclectic representation of the types of people you might find in such a place, including an unemployed nerd with an aversion to responsibility, a distant visitor from afar, a youth pop idol with a lata -dobo, an emo teenager fanfic-writer who is too good for school, a "Gothic Lolita" with a privileged education, an ex-programmer tired of the world full of doubts, and the always present basic element of childhood friend with a Conflicting Heart
Here almost 22,000 voice acting lines are offered, from more than 180 different unique characters, presented in English and Japanese.
And our cast of voices in English features characters like Cherami Leigh, Tia Ballard, Chris Patton, Erica Méndez, Robbie Daymond, Ed Bosco, Ray Chase, Mick Wingert, Cristina Vee, Todd Haberkorn and Brittney Karbowski in their main role in Video Games as the mascot character of the game, Pinkun, among many other people with a lot of talent, as expected!
Finally we tell you that this is a great game, and we are doing everything possible to make sure you get the value of your money. In no way lose sight of the news of preorder soon! The streets of Akihabara are calling you by your name ...