If you're in the mood to check out a bunch of gameplay footage from Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time, Bandai Namco showed off some new stuff during its monthly Dengeki Online live stream. From exploring Luna Nova Magical Academy to a boss battle against Cerberus, you can skip to gameplay portions by jumping to 1:07:46, 1:33:25, and 1:53:51 after the jump.
Bandai Namco swooped in this morning with the first English gameplay trailer for Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time, which kicks off with a stirring intro before showcasing cutscenes and side-scrolling action. After that we have a big ol' batch of screenshots featuring new playable characters and their respective attacks, including the likes of Constanze Amalie, Sucy Manbavaran, Lotte Yanson, Amanda O'Neill, and Jasminka Antonenko.
Having launched the winter season's 13 episodes of Little Witch Acadamia anime on June 30th, Netflix is now closing out the summer with the second half of the Trigger anime (Season 2 in their parlance or the second cour if you prefer). The anime is now available to international viewers on the streaming service. More after the jump.
During a weekend live stream, Bandai Namco unveiled new info and footage for Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time. Chief among the new details are more playable characters, including Amanda O'Niell, Constanze Albrechtsberger, and Jasminka Antonenko. They join previously revealed playable characters Akko Kagari, Lotte Yanson, and Sucy Manbavaran. Read on for more.
This past weekend Bandai Namco Entertainment announced plans to bring Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time to PlayStation 4 and Steam in the west. The side-scrolling beat-'em-up RPG based on Trigger's anime—the first 13 episodes of which are now up on Netflix—is coming to North America and Europe in early 2018. Read on for a trailer and more info.
With the first cour of the Little Witch Academia TV anime coming to Netflix this Friday, now's as good a time as ever to take another look at the PS4 game. Bandai Namco will be bringing Little Witch Academia: The Magic of Time and the Seven Wonders to Japan on November 30, and you can see a sample of its side-scrolling action in the teaser after the jump.