Medabots: Girls Mission has a clothes-tearing “Hyper Finish” attack

3DS game due out in two versions on March 10 in Japan.

Rocket Company has released new details on its upcoming Medabots: Girls Mission for 3DS, the first Medabots game to be rated for ages 15 and up in Japan. And today’s new information is probably why.

Get the new details below.

Hyper Finish

Medabots: Girls Mission

When you build up the special move gauge, you can trigger the series’ familiar “Medaforce” special move. However, if you amass the gauge 200 percent, you can trigger a “Medaforce Burst.”

Medabots: Girls Mission

When you use a Medaforce Burst to deliver a finishing blow, a command window appears. If you successfully input the command that appears within the time limit, you can blow away the clothes of the opposing Medafighter with a “Hyper Finish.” Special move scenes are being prepared for each Medabot.

Medabots: Girls Mission

Ogre Maxim

Medabots: Girls Mission

“Ogre Maxim” is a feature that dramatically increases the performance of your Medabot. It can only be activated once per fight and can turn the tide of battle. It offers the following effects:

  • Parts ability increased
  • Parts cooling time decreased
  • Increases the Medaforce Gauge

Medabots: Girls Mission Kabuto Ver. / Kuwagata Ver. is due out for 3DS in Japan on March 10.

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