Doraemon creator 80th anniversary game announced for Wii U and 3DS

Celebrating the works of the late Fujiko F. Fujio.

Fujiko F. Fujio Characters: Daishuugou! SF Dotabata Party

Bandai Namco is releasing a new game for Wii U and 3DS in Japan this winter in celebration of Doraemon creator Fujiko F. Fujio’s 80th anniversary.

Fujiko F. Fujio, whose real name was Hiroshi Fujimoto, was born in 1933 and died in 1996. He is one half of Fujiko Fujio, a duo who created Japan’s official “anime ambassadorDoraemon, as well as other noted works including Parman, Mojacko, Kiteretsu Daihyakka, Esper Mami, and Pokonyan.

The new game, titled Fujiko F. Fujio Characters: Daishuugou! SF Dotabata Party (Fujiko F. Fujio Characters: Great Assembly! Slightly Fantastic Slapstick Party), is still to be detailed, but a teaser video and website have both gone live.

Watch the teaser video below.

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