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Examu’s newest fighting game starring heroines from Nitroplus visual novels and miscellaneous other connected series, Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel is coming to the West via XSEED.


Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel is studio Examu’s (known mainly for its Arcana Heart games) newest fighting game pitching numerous heroines of various Nitroplus created stories against each other in cute, albeit mortal combat. Nitroplus VN fans will instantly recognize Saya from Saya no Uta, Ein from Phantom of Inferno and even Al Azif from Zanma Taisei Demonbane. As an added treat to the game’s original April arcade release, new characters will make an appearance for the game’s console version. These new heroines range from Saber from the light novel and anime series Fate/Zero, Akane Tsunemori (used in the game as support character) from the anime series Psycho-Pass; and Ethica Kibanohara making an appearance from Tokyo Necro visual novel. Be sure to check out the game’s trailer below.

Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel will be released in North America in December of this year, which luckily coincides with the Japanese release of the game. From this information alone, we can assume that there will be little to no waiting time for fans between the Japanese and Western premieres. Get ready to have a blast with Blasterz by the end of the year on you PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.

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