This week’s issue of Dengeki PlayStation revealed Keiji Inafune’s new collaboration project with Compile Heart. Attouteki Yuugi Mugen Souls is a role-playing game for an unannounced platform, though given the magazine, we take it it’s either a PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, or PSP title.
This is apparently the project teased last week.
According to early leaks, players control a big-headed character, utilize infinite combo attacks and powerful moves, such as the “Triple Counter Stop,” which deals 1 trillion points of damage, and level their characters to endless levels.
The magazine introduces characters Shu Shu Infinite (voiced by Yukai Tamura), Ryuto (voiced by Hiromi Hirano), Altis (voiced by Saori Hayami) and Shambre (voiced by Emiri Katou).
As far as the game’s staff goes, Keiji Inafune is heading the project. Kenta Kanno, who’s previously direct Spectral Souls, Record of Agarest War and Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2, is directing. The game promises “erotic” visuals drawn by Katsuyuki Hirano. Think Record of Agarest War.
Inafune hopes the game sells a million copies. He’s not joking either. He said that if the game’s staff were cars, they’d be Ferraris and Porsches.
Oh. Inafune is writing and singing the game’s theme song.