>The crossover title will see Ro-Kyu-Bu!’s Tomoka Minato join the cast of main playable characters, with a fighting style more than likely based around her impressive basketball skills. She will be joined by teammate Hinata Hakamada, who will function as a support character.
>Other support characters revealed include:
>Golden Time’s freshman law student Kaga Kouko
>the androgynous Kino of Kino’s Journey
>The Pet Girl of Sakurasou’s female lead Mashiro Shiina
>Erio Touwa from Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko.
So who are you going to main /a/? Or atleast who would you like to see in this?
Tomoka with Erio as a support.
I highly doubt it but I want to see a idol character added.
>>The crossover title will see Ro-Kyu-Bu!’s Tomoka Minato join the cast of main playable characters, with a fighting style more than likely based around her impressive basketball skills.
..What the fuck does Ro-kyu-bu have to do with Basketball?
They play it sometimes.
probably main miska. Only one of the characters who looked like they play in a way I'd enjoy
I don't see this getting in EVO
It's being done by French Bread, it could happen, though I hope not.
Cast is shit
Gameplay looks like shit
3/10, call me when GG Xrd is out
But seriously though this game looks like shit, not even factoring in the Moe Moe Girl Character Roster.
Roster seems completely derived based upon sales of the various IP's rather than how appropriate the characters would be for a fighting game or how passionate their respective fanbase is.
Aside from that, it doesn't look all that interesting to play, and I'll buy just about any fighting game...
bland as fuck
luckily full boost is out tomorrow
You have only one job, Sega.
Don't screw it up.
Fucking lame how Kino isn't even a playable character.
>upon sales of the various IP's
you are a cruel person
done by french bread (melty blood)
melty got into evo
thought at the end, it all depends of how much the community will push if and if it actually comes out on PC or consoles instead of staying arcade forever like under-night-in-abortion