New Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind Trailer

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Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind

Spike Chunsoft has released a gameplay trailer for their upcoming 3DS game Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind. It details some of the combat mechanics, along with some of the available customization options. Take a look.

Attack on Titan is a manga series recently adapted into an anime series that has been airing in Japan since April (and streaming outside Japan on Crunchyroll and Funimation). It tells the story of humanity’s plight in a world filled with giants called Titans, who feast upon humans. For a hundred years, humanity has managed to live apart from them behind three giant walls. That changes one day, when a Titan unlike any other breaks through the outer wall. The anime follows the story of Eren Jaeger, who survived that initial attack. His quest for vengeance leads him to join the military. He and his fellow soldiers will train to fight the Titans and hope to eradicate them once and for all.

Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind will be released in Japan December 5. So far, there have been no announcements for any localization plans, but the anime seems to be picking up steam in the U.S. Will that be enough to bring it out there?

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