Kill La Kill The Game: IF Adds Ira Gamagori, Uzu Sanageyama As Playable Fighters
Arc System Works is giving the fighting game genre yet another stylish anime adaptation in Kill La Kill The Game: IF, collecting the title’s fighters for a bout of arena brawling action. We’ve already seen a number of epic showcases over the last few months, providing plenty of blade-clashing gameplay between rivals Ryuko Matoi and Satsuki Kiryuin. Now, two new characters have been confirmed for the game as well, the duo of Ira Gamagori and Uzu Sanageyama.
Arriving by way of the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu (via Gematsu) the two characters can be seen sporting their normal and transformed attires, all looking pretty spot-on to their anime counterparts. The publication specifically provides a look at Gamagori’s in-game Shackle and Scourge Regalia forms as well as the green Blade Regalia belonging to Uzu. Seen below, the revealed screenshots also show a peek each character’s formidable abilities to spectacular effect.
A first look at Ira Gamagoori & Uzu Sanageyama in Kill la Kill the Game: IF. pic.twitter.com/18nAY9f71B
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The roster for Kill la Kill The Game: IF now stands at 4 with more likely to be revealed as the development draws forward. It’s almost a sure thing to expect the remaining Elite Four members Nonon Jakuzure and Hoka Inumuta to get their due down the line, especially as they also feature prominently on the game’s current box art. Kill la Kill The Game: IF is scheduled to release for PC and PlayStation 4 sometime in 2019.
What do you think? Is Kill la Kill shaping up pretty well in video game form, or do you need some more of that sweet gameplay to tide you over first? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more from the realm of anime & manga, check out these next few news stories:
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