PS Vita Exclusive Macross Delta: Scramble Gets Video with Smallest Gameplay Ever, Reina’s Voice Actress

on October 11, 2016 1:25 PM

Today Bandai Namco released a new gameplay video of Macross Delta: Scramble, that will release in Japan on October 20th exclusively for PS Vita.

Sadly, the gameplay is confined to the smallest window they could draw on the screen, and most of the video estate is occupied by Nao Toyama, who voices the idol/hacker/genius/weirdo Reina Prowler (you might be familiar with her, as she voiced Miki in Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness… or at least the non-mindbogglingly annoying Japanese version of Miki).

She’s cute and all, but a bigger gameplay window would have been nice. At least it isn’t about Freya’s voice, which I guess is a plus. Unfortunately, Toyama-san appears to have a weak spot for useless bishonen villain-leader Keith Aero Windermere, which is… disappointing.

That said, if you can still bear the idea of Macross Delta after the facepalm-inducing ending of the anime, you can check out the gameplay below, provided that you squint a lot.

 /  Executive News Editor
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