Cladun Returns: This is Sengoku! Announced for Western Release for PS4, PS Vita and Steam

on November 15, 2016 1:42 PM

Today NIS America announced that ClaDun Sengoku will come to North America and Europe with the new title Cladun Returns: This is Sengoku!

ClaDun Sengoku  was originally released in Japan for PS Vita on May 26th, 2016, and will get a PS4 and Steam release as well in the west, it will come in the spring of 2017.

The game will get a physical disk on PS4, while PS Vita and PC users will have to be content with a digital launch.

About the story:

Set in Japan’s Sengoku Era, you wake up in the mysterious land of Arcanus Cella where the souls of the dead gather as they await reincarnation. However, some souls have unfinished business that needs to be settled before they can reincarnate. As the player, you will assist these souls by traveling to real-world locations in feudal Japan and fighting your way through dangerous dungeons filled with monsters and traps.

Key Features:

  • Pixel-Perfect Customization – Design your character’s appearance and equipment down to the individual pixel with the pixel editor! Once you’re done, share the data to let other players add them to their own game!
  • Magic Circle Power – With the Magic Circle system, your allies can empower and protect your character! Assign artifacts and arrange them into formations to maximize your power and abilities.
  • Madcap Multiplayer – Team up with your friends in Co-op Mode to take on dungeons, or compete in Versus Mode to collect the most points! Speed-run lovers can also try to secure a spot in the online leaderboards by clearing dungeons as fast as possible!

You can check out the box art, a few screenshots and the announcement trailer below.

 /  Executive News Editor
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