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Danbōru Senki Boost PSP Game's TV Ads Streamed

posted on 2011-11-10 00:30 EST by Joseph First
Updated "near-future, plastic-model-building role-playing game" ships in Japan on November 23

The Japanese game developer Level 5 began streaming two 15-second television commercials for the updated PSP game Danbōru Senki Boost on Tuesday.

The original "near-future, plastic-model-building role-playing game" titled Danbōru Senki shipped in Japan on June 16. The player controls tiny battle robots called LBX (Little Battler eXperience) as they battle it out in dioramas built from reinforced cardboard.

Danbōru Senki Boost will update the original game with new actions such as dual weapons, a special attack function, an auto battle option, and a revamped ranking battle and cooperative boss battles. Players will be able to upload data from the first game and use the game's multiplayer feature with those who own the original game.

The game will ship in Japan on November 23, priced 4,980 (about US$65) at retail and 4,480 (about US$60) in download form.

The Little Battlers eXperience (Danbōru Senki) television anime series began airing in Japan in March. In August, Dentsu Entertainment USA announced its plans to bring the series to the United States. Level 5 has filed a "Little Battlers eXperience" trademark for videogame, animation, plastic models, comic books, and other related merchandise in the United States on July 21.


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