PS4, Switch

The trailer is narrated by character developer Mel Kishida himself and begins by showcasing the additional content included in each game, then moves on to show the collector’so version, the 3 protagonists, and rather a bit of gameplay.

You can take a look. If you want to see more, you can also delight in the most recent screenshots a previous gallery, also  the very first trailer.

The trilogy will start in Japan on September 20th with the games offered both as separate boxes as a whole package. For the moment, a western release hasn’t been announced. However, as it’s Koei Tecmo, we might get to hear more about it during Gamescom or even Tokyo Game Show. At least, that’s my hope.

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