RPG/multi-media franchise Medabots (aka Medarot) debuted in 1997. It's been a Game Boy game, a TV anime, a Comic Bom Bom manga, another anime, and now it's 20 years on. A site with a slate of tributes and plans have launched and the plans are highlighted by 1/1 scale Kabuto and Kuwagata medals. The limited edition, numbered offering sells for 8100yen through April.
A new trailer is available for Medabots: Girls Mission, an upcoming mecha / action video game for the Nintendo 3DS. Hit the jump to check it out.
The Medabots series has another game coming to Japan. This week's issue of Famitsu magazine announced Medabots: Girls Mission, which mixes Medabots with over 20 girls in hopes of winning the Artemis Cup Medabots tournament. Like other releases, Medabots: Girls Mission will be available on Nintendo 3DS in two versions, Kabuto and Kuwagata, each with different girls, including some that are exclusive. More after the jump.
The Medabots series continues on Nintendo 3DS with the announcement of Medabots 9. This week's issue of Famitsu magazine has a quick peek at the next entry from Rocket Company, which will be coming to Japan in two versions. More after the jump.
Announced back in May, Medabots 8 is getting ready to deliver a detective-themed story with a strategy-lite battle system that lets players target different parts of each enemy robot's body. You can see a snippet of fightin' robots and a look at some of the special attacks in the clips after the jump.
There's a new Medabots (AKA Medarot) game in the works for Nintendo 3DS in Japan, and it's coming in two forms. Medabots 8 is set for an August 28 release, with both Kabuto and Kuwagata versions available for ¥5,800 ($57) each. Read on for more.
As revealed in this week's issue of gaming mag Famitsu, Japan is getting a new installment in the Medabots series in the form of Medabots: Dual. This time around it's an action game, and you can see the first screens after the jump.
Kotobukiya has gone to Facebook with previews of June and July figure imports that should please fans of both bishoujo and mecha. For the former, there's Ani*Statues of Evangelion 3.0's Pirate Asuka and A Certain Scientific Railgun's Mikoto Misaka. And for the latter, there's kits from Medabots, Total Eclipse and Ikaruga. Get a look after the jump.