VIDEO: Extended "A Certain Magical and Scientific Ensemble" Game Preview

Plus a look at the upcoming giant Kuroko Shirai bunny figure!

Namco Bandai has posted an extended A Certain Magical and Scientific Ensemble preview. The Guyzware game for PSP will feature four stories, "Magic (Surface)", "Magic (Hidden)", "Science (Surface)", and "Science (Hidden)", from A Certain Magical Index and A Certain Scientific Railgun, with scenarios by light novel author Kamachi Kazuma. Events take place before the Daihasei Festival Arc and lead into the February 2013 movie.


A limited edition will feature four super-deformed figures.


Index - voiced by Yuka Iguchi


Toma Kamijo voiced by Atsushi Abe


Misaka Mikoto voiced by Rina Sato



Game original Urepady Exica - voiced by Yoshiko Sakakibara (Hellsing's Integral, Gundam's Haman Karn)


Game original Souzuty - voiced by Marina Inoue (Gurren Lagann's Yoko)


Game original Hibiki Kukimoto - voiced by  Iori Nomizu (Upotte's FNC)


Game original Kazami Sakurazaka voiced by Kotori Koiwai (Joshiraku's Kigurumi Harōkitei)







Speaking of Index/Railgun...


FREEing has a giant, 1/4th scale Kuroko Shirai Bunny Ver. that's been scheduled for May release. The over-1-foot-tall figure sells for 15,000 yen ($180).


Dressed up as a bunny girl for Mikoto!
From ''Toaru Kagaku no Raingun' comes a 1/4th scale figure of Kuroko Shirai, the Judgment member who attends Tokiwadai Middle School together with Mikoto Misaka. She is dressed up in a bunny girl outfit with tights made from real fabric, and her trademark twin-tails have been faithfully sculpted together with a sexy pose that really lets her to show off her body!

She comes with two different expressions - her standard expression, as well as a expression with a broad grin across her face, allowing you to choose which expression you prefer! Mikoto Misaka is scheduled to be joining her shortly, so you'll be able to enjoy both the girls together!



There's also a Toaru Majutsu no Index II - Kaori Kanzaki 1/8 due in April from Penguin Parade




Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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