Project Sakura Wars details Berlin Combat Revue characters, mystery character; Story and Game trailersAll the details from day one of Tokyo Game Show 2019.
Sega shared new video, information, and details on Project Sakura Wars during its “Sakura Wars Imperial Propaganda Department Report TGS Special #1: Latest Information Special” broadcast at Tokyo Game Show 2019 today, including the introduction of the Berlin Combat Revue, a mysterious new character, and two new trailers.
Get the details below.
Elise (voiced by Nana Mizuki, designed by Fumikane Shimada)
“No need, I’ll take care it in three seconds.”
Extremely loyal to her misson, and always fights through any difficult mission, she is the leader of the Berlin Combat Revue. She does not talk much, but she has a strong will that won’t bend easily, and leadership. She has intrest in how deep Japanese culture is, and is often seen spectating Kabuki in the Imperial Capital.
Margarete (voiced by Rie Kugimiya, designed by Fumikane Shimada)
“The chances of you winning is… zero percent. You should pray for a miracle to happen.
A child prodigy that serves at the tactician of the Berlin Combat Revue. She’s known for her straightforward, somewhat cold way of saying things. Many of the operations she plans are said to be impossible, so only the highly skilled Berlin Combat Revue is capable of carrying them out.
Yasha (voiced by Chisa Yokoyama)
A high-level kouma that suddenly appears alongside disaster in the Imperial Capital during the opening ceremony of the Great World Combat Revue Battle. She is looking for a tool called the “Imperial Key.” She seems to resemble the top star of the Imperial Combat Revue: Floral Division, but what is her true nature…?
■ Battle Suits
■ Berlin Combat Revue
A Combat Revue based in Berlin, Germany that fights for the defense of the city. The group has army-like leadership, as well as exceptional individual combat ability. Among the Combat Revues across the world, they are the Combat Revue with the greatest roar. In battle, they operate as the “Berlin Combat Revue: Schwarzschild (Iron Star).”
Spiricle Fighter: Eisenjaeger
The Spiricle Fighter operated by the Berlin Combat Revue. It was developed as a Spiricle Fighter that inherits the genealogy of the Spiricle Fighter: Eisenkleid, which was once used in the European Hoshigumi. It is a powerful mech that has both heavy armor and tremendous firepower, and has the style of a warrior able to overtake the enemy’s spirit.
Puppet Soldier: Shinmetsu
A Puppet Soldier operated by Yasha, which operates through spiritual power. A huge mech more than a size larger than a Spiricile Fighter, its agile mobility puts the Mugen to shame and its long sword can unleash devastating attacks.
■ Unique Personal Mechs: Each Mech Has its Own Unique Abilities
Azami Mochizuki – Spiricle Fighter: Mugen
Azami Mochizuki’s Spiricle Fighter has a large gauntlet and specializes in melee combat. Rapidly dishing out punches and kicks, it speeds around the battlefield whether it is on the ground or in air. Her special attack “Mochizuki Ryuu Ninpou: Musou Shuriken” throws multiple shurikens to attacks every enemy around her.
Anastasia Palma – Spiricle Fighter: Mugen
Anastasia’s Spiricle Fighter uses a handgun and iconic rifle shaped like an umbrella. Not only she can use her firearms in ranged combat, but also can fight in close range with her umbrella, making her skilled in combat in all ranges. Her special attack “Apolito Miden” locks onto enemies in a straight line, then shoots them with a powerful blow.
Project Sakura Wars is due out for PlayStation 4 on December 12 in Japan, and in spring 2020 in North America and Europe. Read more about the game here, here, here, and here.
Watch the videos below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.