See The Super Heroine Chronicle Played By Sailor Moon’s Voice Actress

By Spencer . January 6, 2014 . 1:24am

Sailor Moon would be a perfect fit for Super Heroine Chronicle. Namco Bandai doesn’t have Usagi Tsukino in the game, but her voice actress, Kotono Mitsuishi, voices Eva Valentine, the green haired character with a sword in shown in this trailer.


Super Heroine Chronicle comes out on February 6 for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.

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  • Servant BerserCAR

    In the name of the moon, I’ll punish you!
    God bless the 90’s

  • anthony apduhan

    I wonder why it is hard to get a Sailor Moon license be it anime to air in the west or video games?

    • Tenno Seremel

      Would buy Sailor Moon DLC for Disgaea or BlazBlue (drools) Well, one can dream, I guess (~_~)

  • Damn this looks fun!!

  • Jesse

    Are those new characters shown in the video OCs, or from something I have not seen, yet? ^^;

    • Lynx

      OCs I believe.

      Similiar to Dora from Queen’s Blade: Spiral Chaos and her partner in crime, Lamica, if anything.

      AKA The rivals.

      • Jesse

        Ah, ok, thanks. ^^

  • leingod

    So, is this a SRPG? The attacks look awesome… even if the poly SD characters + naturally proportioned 2D art mix is kinda weird at first.

    • J_Joestar

      Yeah, it is an SRPG. Just more of the Super Robot Wars variety where attack animations are a huge part of the game’s appeal compared to others like FFT, FE, or Disgaea where the attacks are simpler.

      • leingod

        Nice! I just hope it’s not as easy and light-plotted as Project X Zone.

  • J_Joestar

    I guess Sailor Moon is probably her biggest role in terms of sheer name recognition…

  • tarbis

    So many Japanese games coming. I still have yet to buy Masou kishin….. I’m so poor… T_T

  • I’ll be grumpy and admit I STILL don’t get why they’re bothering with this if they don’t have any Sailor Moon. Or Nanoha or Cardcaptor Sakura or Madoka, for that matter. There’s a few relatively famous shows here, but the famous ones aren’t even that “magical”. It really sort of feels like the game’s missing the point, and I’m wondering just how well it’ll really sell.

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