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Namco Bandai Developing Devils and Realist Game For 3DS

Posted by Andy Green

Upcoming manga series will have its own game in Japan

Namco Bandai has announced it is developing a 3DS title based on the upcoming manga series Devils and Realist, which is due to air in Japan this Summer.

The anime centres around a young fellow called William Twining who is in fact the reincarnation of King Solomon and has accidentally summoned the Duke of Hell. Which admittedly is a little bit of an inconvenience.

Naturally, this is down for a Japan only release but who knows, with a bit of luck this one might just make it overseas.

Are there any anime fans out there who'd like to play this one? You can catch a glimpse of the manga in the trailer below. Let us know your thoughts on it by leaving a comment.

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User Comments (11)



Hunter-D said:

The character designs are nice, but I'm not liking the look of this based on the feeling I got from the trailer, but we'll see.



Ryon said:

I love trailers with still scrolling images!

.... psyche... I HATE THESE TRAILERS!... Show some form of gameplay or even a screenshot of the game.



HeatBombastic said:

Whahahahhawhat? WHAT IS THIS? Wow, the premise, just wow. Never knew anything like that would be made.



RR529 said:

Yeah, after Tekken Prime: 3D Edition, all of Namco Bandai's 3DS games have been licensed anime games (a Dragon Ball game, Detective Conan game, a couple of others, and now this).

I hope they soon go back to making 3DS games from their own IP, so we could actually get them (I doubt we'd even get the Dragon Ball game, because it's intimately linked with a Japan only trading card arcade game). I think that new Pac-Man platformer is the only 3DS game they have in their upcoming releases, that's from their own stable.



TwilightV said:

So where's the articles for One Piece: Romance Dawn and One Piece: Unlimited World R? >:c



RevolverLink said:

It's hard to judge how interested I should be in this game when there's no actual gameplay in the video.



AJWolfTill said:

This is probably sa result of their lead talent being involved in making the Smash Bros games with Nintendo. Since Llicenced games can just be churned out a reasonable rate and sell without pushing them too hard this will continue for awhile.

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