By Patrick Aguda / July 26th, 2019
Publisher X.D. Network is bringing MICAteam developed game Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery to Nintendo Switch, PC via Steam, and mobile devices. MICAteam is known for developing tactical mobile game Girls’ Frontline. The game will have Japanese audio and supports English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Korean subtitles.
You can check out the game’s premiere trailer below.
An overview of the game is provided by the game’s Steam page and is as follows:
Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is a tactical turn based role-playing game developed by MICAteam. Set in the near future, Earth has plunged into the “Second Cold War”, a world war in which two factions – the emerging Antarctic Union and the old guard UURSG – battle for dominance over cutting-edge technology that can turn the tide of war.
Mendo, an operative from MID, the Antarctic Union’s intelligence agency, was the sole survivor of an ambush on his tactical team during a mission, which left him with amnesia. After being rescued by a mysterious girl with silver hair who called herself “Jefuty”, they find themselves being pursued by both factions, and the two of them must work together to overcome obstacles and escape peril.
As he gets closer to the truth, the veil of mystery over Jefuty’s true identity is lifted bit by bit, and it becomes clear that Mendo has gotten himself embroiled in a massive conspiracy…
Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is a completely rebuilt and improved version of Code Name: Bakery Girl which released in 2013. The game is set in the same universe and takes place 30 years after Girls’ Frontline.
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