Gintama Rumble details Tokumori Saigou, Jirochou Doromizu, Sadaharu, and 4 Devas of Kabuki District Chapter

Plus, two more locations confirmed.

Gintama Rumble

Bandai Namco has updated the official website for Gintama Rumble with information about new boss characters Tokumori Saigou and Jirochou Doromizu, the story mode’s “4 Devas of Kabuki District Chapter,” and two new stages. There is also a new costume for Shinpachi.

Get the details below.

■ Characters

◆ Playable Characters

Shinpachi Shimura

—Shinpachi (Bokutou)

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Read more about Shinpachi here.

◆ Boss Characters

Tokumori Saigou

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One of the 4 Devas of Kabuki District, he runs the bar called the “Transvestite Performing Club.” He is known as “White Loincloth Saigou.” He made a name for himself in the Joui Wars.

Jirochou Doromizu

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Leader of the Dobunezumi Group, and one of the 4 Devas of Kabuki District. He is a master of the sword with the nickname “Great Gallant,” but comes into conflict with Otose, with whom he has a known relationship.

◆ Assist Characters


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Yorozuya’s pet. Kagura found him after he was abandoned. At first glance, he is just an ordinary giant dog, but he is actually an “Inugami” that protects the “Dragon’s Lair.”

■ Modes

◆ Long-Form Retrospective Rumble Mode

4 Devas of Kabuki District Chapter

Gintoki takes in the hoodlum Pirako Chin, who showed up out of nowhere, as an apprentice. However, it was a trap to deceive Otose, one of the 4 Devas of Kabuki District, and to bring her real father, Jirochou Doromizu, to power. Otose, as not to get everyone involved, goes to dispose of the matter alone, but Gintama quickly notices and hurries to Otose.

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■ Stages

Kabuki District (Graveyard)

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Kada’s Estate

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Gintama Rumble will launch for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan, as well as for PlayStation 4 with English subtitles in Southeast Asia, on January 18, 2018.

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