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Super Heroine Chronicle's Guidance Video Streamed

posted on by Sarah Nelkin
Rin (Yui Itsuki), Dorothy (Hitomi Nabatame) explain SSS system for simulation RPG shipping February 6

Bandai Namco Games began streaming a guidance video for Super Heroine Chronicle, its upcoming "heroine melee simulation RPG," on Tuesday featuring the game's characters Dorothy (voiced by Yui Itsuki) and Rin (Hitomi Nabatame). The characters explain that the simulation RPG gathers together heroines from over ten different works. The girls also run the store, the “Akaikutsu Club” (Ruby Shoes Club) within the game. In the video, Dorothy and Rin introduce the SSS System. The system allows players to Snag the girl that they find Snazzy and Support their growth.

Besides playing the role of Dorothy, Yui Itsuki and her band Yousei Teikoku will perform the game's opening theme song, "Dea x Crisis.”

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 opponents' 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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