Anime fans can now catch a glimpse of Nitroplus‘s new cross-over fighting game in action, with new screenshots for Nitroplus Blasters: Heroine Infinite Duel.
Last week, Japanese studio Nitroplus announced that a new fighting game was in development with Examu, the same team behind the Arcana Heart series, and the cross-over Fighter Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match. Nitroplus Blasters: Heroine Infinite Duel ropes in various characters across the Nitroplus franchise, including the likes of Muramasa and Super Sonico, for a partner-based fighting game. Players choose one character as their primary fighter, while another is chosen as an assist; each character-and-partner combination features its own unique moveset. Over the weekend, new screenshots and character artwork were released for the Japanese-exclusive title, courtesy of the latest Famitsu issue:
Nitroplus Blasters is set to release in 2015 in Japanese arcades; a console release has not been confirmed.
Images courtesy of Nitroplus, Examu, Famitsu