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Super Heroine Chronicle Crossover RPG's Ad Streamed

posted on by Marlene First
2/6 game features Higurashi, IS, Zero F, Di Gi Charat, Sonico, tongue-shaped thermometer

Namco Bandai Games streamed a new commercial for Super Heroine Chronicle, its upcoming "heroine melee simulation RPG," on Sunday. The ad features a handful of the characters' finishing moves and in game fighting sequences for the game. It also features the theme song "Dea x Crisis" by Yōsei Teikoku.

In the game, heroines from several franchises join forces to save the world. The list of previously announced characters include:

The game will feature an original "Ability Destruction System" by which players can decimate their oponents' attributes mid-battle.

In addition, the game will introduce new original characters, along with Claude (Hiro Shimono):

Hisako Kanemoto as Meru Ransheru, a magical yo-yo user designed by Toru Minazuki (To Heart)

Rina Satou as Noel Kazamatsuri, a "magical magician" designed by Satoshi Urushihara (Growlanser)

As in many of Namco Bandai's Super Robot Wars RPGs, the characters appear in regular full-size form in some game screens, but battles takes place in super-deformed (SD) form.

The PS Vita version of the game will retail for 7,480 yen (US$75), and the PS3 version of the game will retail for 8,480 yen (US$85). The game is slated for release on February 6, 2014. The first copies of the game will bundle a "Tongue Paper Kiss Thermometer" on a stand. The stand is illustrated with the faces of the two original female characters, so when you take your temperature with the thermometer, it looks like you are kissing them.

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