Power Rangers Inspired Chroma Squad Launches for PS4 and Xbox One in May; PlayStation Vita Version Cancelled

on February 20, 2017 11:48 AM

Today, publisher Bandai Namco and Brazil-based developer Behold Studios announced that tactical RPG Chroma Squad, which is inspired by Saban’s Power Rangers, is set to finally release for PS4 and Xbox One sometime in May.

As you may know, Chroma Squad first released for PC back in April 2015, where it garnered an “overwhelmingly positive” overall user review score on Steam. The game was also slated to release on PlayStation Vita, but alongside today’s release window announcement, Bandai Namco revealed the title is no longer coming to the Sony handheld.

For those that don’t know, in Chroma Squad players take control of five high-flying stunt actors who decide to quit their day jobs and create their own Power Rangers TV show. Here’s an overview, courtesy of the game’s Steam listing:

Chroma Squad is a tactical RPG about five stunt actors who decide to quit their jobs and start their own Power Rangers-inspired TV show! Cast actors, purchase equipment and upgrades for your studio, craft weapons and giant Mechas out of cardboard and duct tape. Once the cameras are rolling, you will control your cast of five colored-jumpsuit-clad warriors in dramatic, turn-based battles!

  • Customize your TV studio: hire actors, upgrade your gear, do marketing, craft weapons, costumes and giant cardboard robots!

  • Tactical RPG combat with a twist: combine your heroes’ abilities with Teamwork maneuvers!

  • In-Depth RPG systems with skill trees, random equipment, crafting, and branching storyline with 3 different endings!

  • Giant Mecha combat – destroy the city to save the city!

  • A love letter to Power Rangers, Tokusatsu and the Japanese series of our childhoods!

  • Deliciously-animated pixel art and a chiptune soundtrack that shines like justice!

A price point was not revealed for the console versions, but the game is $14.99 USD on PC, so expect a price in this ballpark.

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