428: Shibuya Scramble launches September 21 in Europe, Fire Pro Wrestling World on September 28

Spike Chunsoft announces partnership with Koch Media.

428: Shibuya Scramble

Spike Chunsoft has announced a partnership with Koch Media to release its upcoming games in Europe, including 428: Shibuya Scramble and Fire Pro Wrestling World.

428: Shibuya Scramble will launch physically and digitally for PlayStation 4 on September 21 in Europe, and Fire Pro Wrestling World will follow on September 28.

In North America, 428: Shibuya Scramble was previously dated for September 4 and Fire Pro Wrestling World for August 28. The PC version of 428: Shibuya Scramble, however, should be launching worldwide on September 4.

Here is an overview of each game, via Koch Media:

428: Shibuya Scramble

The visual novel adventure game 428: Shibuya Scramble was originally published in Japan for Nintendo Wii™ in 2008 and is a critically acclaimed visual novel that combines live action video and stills to bring players into the heart of Shibuya.. It was never released outside Japan before. 428 Shibuya Scamble is a visual novel where players take part in events from the perspectives of multiple persons, all acting in parallel with no knowledge of each other. Set in Shibuya, Tokyo, the characters are involved in a mysterious plot that can only be solved by following clues found within the game’s text and full action video sequences. Depending on the player’s choices, a number of scenarios become available, which lead up to 50 different possible endings.

Fire Pro Wrestling World

Fire Pro Wrestling World is a professional wrestling game, where the right timing and strategy is key to succeed – gameplay features the series has become famous for. With New Japan Pro-Wrestling officially licensed and IWGP Heavyweight Championship included, the game features a story mode, Battle Royale, MMA rules matches, and more. Fire Pro Wrestling World is the first game in the long running game series with online multiplayer, holding up to four players in a match.

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