(Japan) Crossover Title Super Heroine Chronicle Coming to PS3 and Vita

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

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Super Heroine Chronicle | oprainfall

What’s better than enjoying your favorite anime heroines separately in their respective TV and manga series? Bringing them all together under the umbrella of a single video game title, of course! Namco Bandai’s Super Heroine Chronicle for PlayStation 3 and Vita systems is being compared to the Super Robot Wars franchise- except minus the robots and plus anime ladies from over ten different anime and manga series, including:

Twin Angel – Red Angel and Blue Angel
Kyousogiga – Koto
Di Gi Charat – Di Gi Charat
Swan Song of the Valkyries: Symphogear – Hibiki Tachibana
Super Soniko – Super Soniko
Higurashi When They Cry – Rena Ryugu
Aria the Scarlet Ammo – Aria Holmes Kanzaki
Infinite Stratos – Houki Shinonono
The Familiar of Zero F – Louise Françoise Le Blanc de La Vallière
Dream Hunter Rem – Rem Ayanokōji

Few details were revealed in this week’s Dengeki PlayStation, but this is what we do know about Super Heroine Chronicle: the characters will be gathered together in an Akihabara school that has been sealed beneath a dome. The setting is appropriate, given Akihabara’s reputation has a hub of Japanese otaku culture. Gameplay will be turn-based strategy played across a diagonal map. Attacks may damage and change the battlefield during gameplay, and characters will be able to use combination attacks.

The game will also sport cel-shaded graphics, and artists Toru Minazuki (To Heart), Shinichiro Otsuka (Blue Roses, Eternal Poison), and Satoshi Urushihara (Growlanser) are all on staff.

Overall, Super Heroine Chronicle looks like a huge undertaking that anime and manga fans will be eagerly anticipating. Unfortunately, there’s no news yet about the possibility of localization.

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