Sword Art Online's Kirito Joins Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax Game
posted on 2014-02-09 10:30 EST by Egan Loo
Dengeki announced on Monday that Sword Art Online protagonist Kirito (voiced by Yoshitsugu Matsuoka) is joining the roster of Sega and ASCII Media Works' upcoming anime-based fighting game Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax. The game recreates his use of the Dual Blades skill with his Elucidator and Dark Repulser swords from Reki Kawahara's light novel series with Abec's illustrations.
Dengeki posted more images of Kirito in action.
Shana with Wilhelmina as support (Shakugan no Shana)
Mikoto Misaka with Tōma Kamijō as support (A Certain Magical Index)
Kirino Kōsaka with Kuroneko as support (Oreimo)
Shizuo with Celty as support (Durarara!!)
Kuroyukihime with Haruyuki as support (Accel World)
Other support characters include:
Boogiepop (Boogiepop Phantom)
Sadao Maō (The Devil Is a Part-Timer)
Last month, Dengeki announced the addition of Ro-Kyu-Bu! basketball player Tomoka Minato (with her four teammates for assistance), along with these support characters:
"Innocent Charm" (Hinata no Maboroshi, voiced by Yuka Iguchi) from Ro-Kyu-Bu!
Kino (Aya Hisakawa instead of Ai Maeda) from Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World
Mashiro Shiina (Ai Kayano) from The Pet Girl of Sakurasou
Erio Tōwa (Asuka Ōgame) from Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl (Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko)
Akira of the Virtua Fighter fighting game will appear as a boss, and the game will have a Sonic the Hedgehog stage.
Publisher ASCII Media Works and game developer Sega announced Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, their crossover 2D fighting game, in September at the Tokyo Game Show 2013 event. The game is the fourth collaboration between ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Bunko imprint and Sega, and it marks Dengeki Bunko's 20th anniversary.
The game is slated for Japanese arcades this spring. Kirito and Tomoka will be among the playable characters on the demos at Sega's booth in the Japan Amusement Expo on February 14 and 15 at Makuhari Messe near Tokyo.
Images © Sega © 2014 Kadokawa ASCII Media Works