Aquapazza Ready To Fight On November 19, Loaded With Latest Arcade Patch

By Spencer . September 10, 2013 . 1:28pm

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Aquapazza from Arcana Heart developer Examu brings together characters from Aquaplus games like Tears to Tiara, To Heart, and Utawarerumono for a 2D fighting game. While none of these games were introduced in the West, Atlus picked up Aquapazza and will release it in North America on November 19 for $29.99. Aquapazza will have its original Japanese voice track in the game and both story modes (original & another story).

 

The North American version will have arcade patch 2.01 which was released on July 25 on disc. This patch adds characters like Ma-ryan from To Heart 2 as a partner character and the latest balance patch.

 

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  • http://www.mrtiredmedia.com/ NickyD

    I’ll buy it just so I can beat people up as Konomi. Huzzah!

    • Shizumasa

      I’ll do the same with Chizuru.

    • Freakmasta

      Curry Neckbreaker FTW!

  • HakaHina

    I remember playing Karura while in Japan over the summer and not knowing what the hell I was doing. Very excited to actually know the mechanics and not button mash this time around.

  • brian

    I heard the original netcode was awful, and last I checked (couple weeks ago) it still hadn’t gotten fixed in japan.
    I’m thinking about supporting it to get leaf/aquaplus games localized, though.

  • Dragard Kaos

    I was hoping it’d have English voices. I love anime and all, but the winy, high pitched little Japanese girl stereotype gets really annoying.

    • Richard N

      But then we would’ve just heard Yuri Lowenthal and Laura Bailey for the millionth time.

      • Dragard Kaos

        They’re good voice actors though. They have enough range to sound different for different characters. I wouldn’t mind at all, plus, I’d actually know what they’re saying.

        • Richard N

          Oh they’re definitely good actors and I agree they got a good range. Hear them a little too often however, when there’s so many other upcoming voice actors who would love a gig.

          But the omission for English acting in this one I think only makes sense. They know this is gonna appeal mostly to purist in the first place. Personally I would rather listen to english most of the time, this one just kinda makes sense in japanese.

    • Astrotrain

      I’m the opposite, I can’t stand english voices in anime.

  • Aaron Boal

    Will it come to EU?

  • Juliano C

    cant wait for it, I hope the online community will not drop the game after one week

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