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Queen's Blade White Triangle Smartphone Game's 1st Promo Video Previews 3 Main Characters

posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Pre-registration for enza browser game available now

Bandai Namco Entertainment began streaming the first promotional video for its Queen's Blade White Triangle smartphone game for the browser game platform enza on Monday. The video previews the main characters and opening theme song "Trust," performed by the characters Taylor (voiced by Saki Yamakita), Joan (Azuki Shibuya), and Mei (Kaia Sakurai).

Bandai Namco Entertainment announced the game on November 15. The games set in the Queen's Blade world will feature 18 beautiful female warrior characters that players can join forces with. Taylor, Joan, and Mei are the "Triangle" of hell's army corps in the game. The player character is a mysterious cat who can use human speech.

Saki Yamakita as Taylor

Azuki Shibuya as Joan

Kaia Sakurai as Mei

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The "armor break RPG" will be free for basic gameplay, but certain service fees will apply. Pre-registration is available now, and all players will receive in-game rewards depending on the number of pre-registrations.

The first episode of the Queen's Blade Unlimited original video anime shipped on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on July 13 in Japan. In the story, beautiful warrior Elina (Kaori Mizuhashi) fights with Airi (Kanae Itō) over an amnesiac boy named Michel. The tagline for the new project is, "More strongly, more violently, reboot!" According to Miyagomono-ya Hans, Queen's Blade Unlimited returns to the origin nine years ago, while simultaneously depicting a never-before-seen Queen's Blade world.

The first Queen's Blade anime adapting Hobby Japan's combat picture book series based on the Lost Worlds game premiered in 2009. The franchise has since inspired two additional television anime and multiple original video anime, manga, and novels. Media Blasters released the first two anime series in North America, and Sentai Filmworks released the third series and the Queen's Blade: Beautiful Warriors OVA.

Sources: Bandai Namco Entertainment's YouTube channel, Queen's Blade White Triangle's website, Famitsu App (link 2)


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