Kenshō Ono, Yūki Ono Narrate Kuroko's Basketball 3DS Game's 1st TV Ad

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Game features new visuals, fully voiced all-new story

Bandai Namco Games began streaming a 30-second television commercial for the upcoming Kuroko no Basket: Mirai e no Kizuna (Kuroko's Basketball: Ties to the Future) "miraculous basketball action game" for the Nintendo 3DS system on Tuesday. The trailer is narrated in-character by Kenshō Ono as Kuroko, and Yūki Ono as Kagami.

Kuroko: Our traditional basketball action game debuts on the 3DS.
Kagami: Oh!
Kuroko: With the best visuals up to now—
Kagami: Beautiful!
Kuroko: —You can freely explore the town, scout for potential players, and form an original team.
Kagami: Wonderful!
Kuroko: The game's original story is also fully voiced.
Kagami: Fantastic!
Kuroko: Kagami-kun, you may be excited and speaking English now, but I'll leave the road to the title to you.
Kagami: Kuroko no Basket: Mirai e no Kizuna. On sale March 26.
Kuroko: The first copies will have a Dramatic Sound Novel and Teikō Junior High Uniforms.

Bandai Namco Games streamed the first trailer for the game last December.

Unlike the previous 3DS game, the new one lets players move characters freely around the court. Characters are bigger onscreen, and the power of special moves has been increased. The game will also offer a part where characters can go around town to chat and deal with game-original events.

The first portable Kuroko's Basketball game, Kuroko no Basket: Kiseki no Game (Kuroko's Basketball: Miraculous Game), debuted on the PSP in 2012. The second game, Kuroko no Basket -Shōri e no Kiseki- (Kuroko's Basketball -The Path to Victory-), shipped for the 3DS this past February.

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