Crossover fighting game Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, Sega's celebration of the Dengeki light novel imprint's 20th anniversary, hits Japanese arcades on March 18th and ahead of the debut, Sega has posted the opening. Get a look after the jump.
Back in December it was announced that Virtua Fighter's Akira will join Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax as a boss. The Sega character's inclusion celebrates 20 years of Virtua Fighter, just as the crossover fighting game itself celebrates 20 years of the Dengeki light novel imprint. See the first screens of Akira after the jump.
Sword Art Online Beater Kirito and Ro-Kyu-Bu! "Shiny Gift" Tomoka Minato are the latest main characters feature in a new promo for Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, Sega's celebration of the Dengeki light novel imprint's 20th anniversary. Get a look after the jump.
After a wave of new characters were recently set to be announced for Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, Dengeki Online revealed another addition. Kirito is the latest playable member of the Sword Art Online cast to join the crossover fighter's lineup. Pics and more past the break.
Dengeki PlayStation magazine is set to announced another wave of fighters for Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, Sega's celebration of the Dengeki light novel imprint's 20th anniversary. Early reports have Ro-Kyu-Bu!’s loli basketball player Tomoka Minato being added to the main roster, along with a slate of new support characters. See who's involved after the jump.
Dengeki and Sega will be celebrating the publisher's 20th anniversary with crossover 2D fighting game Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax. While Sega references had been spotted in the backgrounds, the characters had been coming from the light novel imprint. That's now changed with the confirmation that Virtua Fighter mascot Akira Yuki will be a boss character. More after the jump.
Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax has added a trio of characters to its roster. Holo The Wise Wolf makes the trip from Spice and Wolf. Sadao Maō / Satan Jacob represents The Devil is a Part Timer! And, Kaori Shimizu reprises the role of Boogiepop Phantom from the 2000 adaptation of the horror light novel series. More after the jump.