Crows: Burning Edge Goes PS4 Exclusive, New Info Released

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

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The upcoming Bandai Namco title Crows: Burning Edge has been dated for a release in Japan on October 27th exclusively for PS4 for 6,800 yen and retail and 6,120 yen via download. The PS Vita version, due to originally release alongside the PS4  release has been revealed as no longer happening.

Also included will be a first print bonus “Crows GaidenSono Go no Crows” downloadable episode as well as exclusive customisation items themed after the characters.

The listing on Amazon Japan has the following information on the game.

  • The story of the Crows is newly resurrected on PlayStation 4.
  • Set in Toarushi, where rival warlords defend their turf. Experience the fierce fighting action of The Big Four.
  • Main the protagonist, Suzuran High School student Harumichi Bouya, and relive the original story from the perspectives of the four people standing atop each faction.
  • Freely customize your fashion and battle style, and aim to become the strongest and most supreme man.
  • The game features an original “Another Story” supervised by Hiroshi Takahashi, the original author of Crows.

Crows: Burning Edge will release in Japan on October 27th.

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  • Mr0303

    That’s a weird decision. It may be due to technical issues, since Vita is still quite popular in Japan.

  • Audie Bakerson

    Was the manga (or any derivatives) ever licensed for western release?