Little Witch Academia: Chamber Of Time Comes West in May

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Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time


Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc. is very pleased to announce that Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time is coming to the Americas on May 15th, 2018. It will be coming to both the PC (via Steam) and the PlayStation 4 gaming console. Those who preorder it via the PlayStation Network Store will get an official theme and the Magic Knight Grand Charion mini-game. This exclusive offer is unfortunately only available to those getting the game via the PlayStation Network Store.

In celebration of the upcoming launch, they have also released the opening cinematic on YouTube today. The video shows off the game’s main characters along with the various magical powers they wield. The video also features the theme song “Cradle of Eternity”, by Yuiko Ohara. You can check out the opening cinematic video right here:


Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time is a 2.5D, action RPG beat ’em up. The game features an original story is inspired by Studio Trigger’s popular anime series. Studio Trigger is an anime production company based in Tokyo, Japan. The newly announced May 15th release date means there’s only two months left to wait for those in the Americas to get their hands on the game. You can find out more at the official website.

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