Sakura Wars Imperial Theater Propaganda Department Report #11 set for January 29

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Sakura Wars Imperial Theater Propaganda Department Report #11

Sega will host the 11th “Sakura Wars Imperial Theater Propaganda Department Report” official broadcast on January 29 from 20:00 JST to 21:30 JST, the company announced. It will be live streamed on YouTube and Periscope.

The first Imperial Theater Propaganda Department Report following the release of Project Sakura Wars in Japan, the broadcast will feature “tons of news,” including new information on both the game and the Shin Sakura Wars the Animation set to begin airing in April.

The live stream will feature the following presenters:

  • Yohei Azakami (Mission Propaganda Department leader / Seijuurou Kamiyama voice actor)
  • Tetsu Katano (Project Sakura Wars producer)
  • Mami Yamashita (assistant MC)

Project Sakura Wars launched for PlayStation 4 on December 12, 2019 in Japan, and is due out this spring in North America and Europe. A demo is available now in Japan. Read more about the game here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

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