PS4 Exclusive Gintama Rumble Gets Trailer in English and Release Date for Asia

Bandai Namco's Gintama Rumble's English version for Asia now has a release date, and a gameplay trailer that those who don't speak Japanese can understand.

on October 16, 2017 1:06 AM

Today Bandai Namco Asia announced the release date for the Asian version of its upcoming anime game Gintama Ranbu, that in the region is going to be called Gintama Rumble, will have English subtitles, and will be exclusive for PS4 (losing the PS Vita version coming only in Japan).

The game will launch in the region day and date with the Japanese release on January 18th, and will include a Neo Armstrong Cyclone Jet Armstrong Cannon as Day 1 DLC. Yes, it’s the penis-shaped gun. Incidentally, it was voted by users. Of course it was.

To celebrate the announcement we also get the first gameplay trailer that was released in Japan a few days ago, but this time it’s subtitled in English, so everyone can understand what it’s said. It shows how the game is basically a Musou-like title, or if you wanna stay closer to home, it appears very similar to Bandai Namco’s one-vs-army titles like the One Piece series.

As a bonus, we get the title of Spyair’s theme song, which will be “Scramble.”

You can check the trailer below, alongside a TV commercial for the Japanese version. If you want to see more, you can also enjoy you can enjoy some 4K images, more screenshots, and the original teaser trailer.

A western release has not been announced for the moment, but even if it doesn’t come, importing this should be easy.


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