Gintama Rumble for PS4 Gets New Gameplay Trailer Showing Plenty of Action and Characters

Bandai Namco shows off more of the action and story of Gintama Rumble with a brand new and definitely extensive gameplay trailer.

on November 12, 2017 9:31 PM

Today Bandai Namco released a brand new gameplay trailer for its upcoming samurai action game Gintama Rumble (Gintama Ranbu in Japanese).

The trailer gives an extensive look at some of the playable characters included in the game, alongside quite a few cutscenes and gameplay action.

If you’re wondering, the game is the typical Musou-style title pitching the player against a ton of enemies. Or better, since this is a Bandai Namco game, the style is similar to the One Piece series of games.

You can check out the trailer below. If you want to see more, you can also enjoy the latest batch of 4K screenshots, a recent trailer in English, a commercial featuring another batch of charactersa second commercial with the same focus (but different characters), some more 4K images, even more screenshots, and the original teaser trailer.

Gintama Rumble will release in both Japan and Asia on January 18th, and the Asian version will include handy English subtitles, allowing everyone to play the game even if they don’t understand any Japanese.

The Japanese version will launch for PS4 and PS Vita, while the Asian release will launch exclusively for PS4.  A western release has not been announced for the moment, but even if it Bandai Namco opts not to launch the game in North America and Europe, importing the Asian version should be a breeze.

 /  Executive News Editor
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