Gintama Rumble sixth Japanese TV spot; Tae, Tama, Taizou, Kyuubei, Matako, Bansai, Umibouzu assist character details

Latest TV spot highlights the "Shogun Assassination Arc."

Gintama Rumble

Bandai Namco has released the sixth official Japanese TV spot for Gintama Rumble, which focuses on the “Shogun Assassination Arc.”

Additionally, the official website has been updated with information on new assist characters Tae Shimura, Tama, Taizou Hasegawa, Kyuubei Yagyuu, Matako Kijima, Bansai Kawakami, and Umibouzu Date. Get the details below.

Tae Shimura

Gintama Rumble

Shinpachi’s older sister. She works at a bar in order to pay off her debt and rebuild the family dojo. Although beautiful in appearance, she also has a violent side that you could not imagine exists by looking at her.


Gintama Rumble

The housekeeper of Machine Hall, her formal name is “Fuyou No.0.” She stopped the rampage of her creator, Hayashi Ryuuzan, and currently works at Otose’s Snack House.

Taizou Hasegawa

Gintama Rumble

The symbol of MADAO (totally hopeless old guys). He was fired from the Immigration Bureau after Prince Hata, who he was tasked with protecting, was hit, and now lives a MADAO life to the fullest.

Kyuubei Yagyuu

Gintama Rumble

The successor to the Yagyuu family, the reigning shogunate family for generations. She returned to ask Tae Shimura for her hand in marriage, but is actually a girl raised as a man.

Matako Kijima

Gintama Rumble

A gunner known by the nickname “Red Bullet.” She admires Shinsuke Takasugi, and is one of the top members of the Kiheitai. She adds “ssu” to the ends of her sentences.

Bansai Kawakami

Gintama Rumble

Publicly, he is the one who gave Otsuu-chan (Tsuu Terakado) her big break. He is the trendy music producer Tsun, but privately he is a member of the Kiheitai.

Umibouzu Date

Gintama Rumble

His real name is Kankou. He is active all over the world as an Alien Buster. He is Kamui and Kagura’s father, but there is distance between them due to a certain incident that occurred in the past.

Gintama Rumble will launch for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan, as well as for PlayStation 4 with English subtitles in Southeast Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Philippines), on January 18, 2018.

Watch the TV spot below.

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