Omega Force's Berserk Musou game was originally slated to launch on September 21, but Koei Tecmo announced a delay for the Japanese release. The action game has been pushed back a little over a month, and is now set to make its PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita debut on October 27. More after the jump.
FREEing, Max Factory and Good Smile Company have teamed up to offer a poseable figma of Griffith, reincarnated as God Hand's Femto, as seen in anime movie Berserk III: The Advent. Along with the standard version, offered for 7,389yen, shipping in February 2017, there's also a Birth of the Hawk of Darkness version with "Egg of the Supreme Ruler" stand, selling for 10,926yen. Get a look after the jump.
Koei Tecmo shared a new batch of screens for the upcoming Berserk Musou game on the Japanese site, offering a brief look at the newly-announced Serpico and Schierke in action. First up is Serpico, voiced by Kazuyuki Okitsu. More after the jump.
The way that the new Berserk TV anime is structured, the series will be skipping the Conviction arc's Lost Children chapter. That storyline from volume 14 of the manga takes place after Guts' battle with The Count, seen in the first episode of the 1997 anime, and features his encounter with Rosine, the moth girl seen in that earlier anime. To handle its abscence, manga author Kentaro Miura has gotten involved for an anime-original episode 3. More after the jump.
After previously confirming the ability to play as Casca and Judeau in addition to Guts and Griffith, the upcoming Berserk Musou action game lined up two new character confirmations. According to the latest issue of Famitsu magazine, players will also be able to dig into the action as Serpico and Schierke.
Koei Tecmo opened up a new website for the upcoming Berserk Musou game, which is still just tentatively titled Berserk in the west. It's also officially due to launch physically on PlayStation 4—with digital releases planned for PS Vita and PC—in the west this fall. Read on for more.
Peter had a chance to sit down with the producer of Berserk, Reo Kurosu, during Anime Expo to ply even more details about the series from him. Learn about the process converting Miura's classic to animation, how they handled its graphic content, and Kurosu's thoughts on the manga, after the jump!