Sakura Wars Finally Gets A US Date!!!

For those that never braved the Saturn and Dreamcast Sakura Wars games, fret not! This April, you will finally have a shot of playing Sakura Wars without having to hire a translator to sit next to you the whole time! Sega is bringing the big guns for this reboot including names like Tite Kubo (Bleach) and BUNBUN (Sword Art Online) as well as a few others for character designs, most JRPG and anime/manga fans should look forward to this release.

Press release after the break
From Sega:
Physical editions of Sakura Wars include a reversible cover featuring the original Japanese cover art for the game, along with a sticker set featuring the main cast of the game. Speaking of which, you can learn more about our new crew below!

Sakura Wars takes center stage on the PlayStation 4 on April 28, 2020 with more information about our PlayStation digital release soon! For more information, please watch our latest trailer, and be sure to visit the official website:

Sakura Wars Features:
  • Dramatic Character Interplay - Engage with a colorful cast through the dynamic LIPS dialogue system where what you say and how you say it has a profound impact on relationships off and on the battlefield.
  • Exciting Combat Payoffs - Your bonds with team members flow into the high-energy combat finale of each episode, featuring action-packed fights with giant steam-powered mecha.
  • Brilliant Anime Production - Gorgeous animated sequences, a lush soundtrack, and characters designed by anime and JRPG luminaries will transport you into a vibrant 1940s steampunk Tokyo. 
Main character design: Tite Kubo
Guest character design: Yukiko Horiguchi, BUNBUN, Fumikane Shimada, Ken Sugimori, Noizi Ito, Shigenori Soejima
Cast: Yohei Azakami, Ayane Sakura, Maaya Uchida, Hibiku Yamamura, Ayaka Fukuhara, Saori Hayami, Yuuichiro Umehara, Sumire Uesaka, Nobunaga Shimazaki, Manami Numakura, Nana Mizuki, Rie Kugimiya

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