JoJo's Bizarre Adventure's Yoshikage Kira Real Escape Game Reveals Visuals
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Scrap's Real Escape Game revealed a new visual for its JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable attraction on Thursday. The Real Escape Game, titled JoJo no Kimyō na Yūenchi kara no Dasshutsu (Escape From JoJo's Bizarre Amusement Park), will run at Tokyo Dome City Attractions from July 15 to September 24, at Hirakata Park in Osaka from July 21 to September 18, and at Greenland in Kumamoto Prefecture from July 22 to September 3.
The official website unveiled three versions of the visual, which are identical except for the name of the park hosting the attraction.
In addition, the collaboration revealed visuals for four photo spots that feature the anime's characters in different locations in Morioh. Visitors to the amusement parks hosting the attraction will be able to take pictures with the famous scenes as backdrops.
Angelo, after becoming a rock and turning into a town landmark:
Part of Ghost Girl's Alley where Ghostly Hands grab people who turn around:
Harvest, Shigekiyo Yangu's Stand that is made of about 500 small units:
The "no trespassing" sign on the gate of the Nijimura residence after The Hand erases part of it:
In the attraction's story, the serial killer Yoshikage Kira lurks in the town of Morioh. The players witness a crime, and Kira aims to take their lives. They must find a way to defeat Kira in order to survive. Stand users battle it out inside Morioh's amusement park. Players will fight with their own Stands against Kira's Stand Killer Queen and the Sheer Heart Attack.
A Rookie Course will be available for children in elementary and junior high school. People who buy advance tickets for the attraction at Hirakata Park will receive a The Hand paper fan.
A fan-chosen Detective Conan Real Escape Game will also debut in Tokyo on June 30. The "Trials of Bahamut" (Final Fantasy IX), "Defenders of the Triforce" (The Legend of Zelda), "Castle Under Siege" (Attack on Titan), and other Real Escape Games are currently running at select locations in the United States and Canada.
Source: Animate Times