Ranko Tsukigime’s Longest Day Has A Very Slick English Trailer

By Ishaan . January 30, 2014 . 3:00pm

Short Peace: Ranko Tsukigime’s Longest Day is coming to North America and Europe, and you can read all about it here. Additionally, Namco Bandai have also shared an English trailer for the game, which you can watch below.



Short Peace: Ranko Tsukigime’s Longest Day will be available this spring as a download title via PlayStation Network.

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    And more reasons to not drop your last gen PS console as always

    • brostar

      The PS2 had a crazy post-next-gen life. There were new games released in 2010. I hope the PS3 has the same effect.

      • Randgriz

        Persona fiiiivveeeeee

      • British_Otaku

        FIFA 14 released on the PS2 last year.
        Maybe, another FIFA will be released on the PS2 and the PS3 will get them till 2018. :P

        • Kornelious

          Ps3 ain’t dying for a while, games like this is proof of that :)

          • British_Otaku

            This is a one off extra to a one off set of OVA/Movies… Even if this was the best game on the PS3, I would put FIFA 2019 (a sign that EA have confidence in the place) or Persona 5 (an ambitious console RPG on a last gen system, well over a year into the next system) before this. >_>

    • Anime10121

      Never understood why people got rid of their old consoles for the new ones anyway…ESPECIALLY if they’re not backwards compatible!

    • AnimusVox

      I’ve been suggesting to my customers to keep their last/current gen consoles, especially considering Sony/MS are going to be backing them for some years to come.
      I personally have kept all the consoles and still play them all; but then again I worked my ass off to get them xD

      • Pyrofrost

        Yes, yes, and more YES!
        You and I are a lot alike Animus, and that’s an intelligent suggestion you’ve been passing along. I see the PS3 being supported by devs through 2016, at the very least.

  • That was sick. Hyped for this =^_^=

  • brostar

    The trailer looks really weird. But I’ll give it a shot if it’s priced competitively.

    • surakian

      It won’t cost more than $20, that’s for sure. It’s a short game with few trophies. $14 sounds like the likely price.

      • pimpalicious

        Yeah, $15-20 maybe since it has cutscenes going by the trailer. Otherwise I’d say $10.

  • Kango234

    Well that certainly got my attention.

  • Zoozbuh

    Oh my god, what a great trailer. The art and graphics style really looks amazing, and it actually made me curious about all 4 previous “Short Peace” films too :O

  • DragKudo

    Hopefully this does well and she gets here own series. I want to see more violin gun.

  • Ozymandias

    no vita release?

    • Anime10121

      Nope, PS3 only in Japan, so PS3 only here.

  • WyattEpp

    Katoki Hajime in a director role? Interesting; usually he’s all about mechanical design.

    The game reminds me of Dino Run. That’s awesome.

  • Romancer Ecclesia


  • AkiraScare

    That Violin SNIPER (*_*)

    • Anime10121

      …looks AMAZING :P

  • new_tradition

    I wonder how big of a download size this will be…

  • Anime10121

    Dem colors and flashes O.O

    Oh well, hope my brain/eyes can handle dat shit cuz my eyes are gonna be glued to my tv :P

  • Strid

    Very, very cool.

  • surakian

    BTW Ishaan have “Namco Bandai” but they are Bandai Namco, now.

  • Anesia Hunter

    nice trailer. quite often english trailers make me lose interest, but this one just made me more interested in the game.

  • Go2hell66

    cool game looks cool

  • Good and stylish game from bizzare mind of suda51. Shame it’s too short, it took me 2+ hours to beat.

  • Rick de Klerk

    Somewhat confused. Are they releasing the other Short Peace films with the game? Or is it the game alone?

  • I feel like this is where Suda truly shines. On these smaller stylish projects. Liberation Maiden is one of the best games he’s made in a long time, and this looks really fun, too.

    Maybe he should consider doing more of these smaller indie productions rather than the bigger games he’s been trying to work on, like Killer is Dead and Lollipop Chainsaw. Those never end well.

    • Göran Isacson

      Although there is also the question of who he’s developing the game WITH. I notice that development is handled by some “Crispys” fellows according to the trailer who I’ve never heard of before, and Suda is just producer. I can’t quite remember if Suda was the director or just producer for Liberation Maiden, but I do recall reading he was far more involved in the actual game design part of Lollipop Chainsaw, than he was in the design of Killer Is Dead.

      • Crispy’s is the studio that did Tokyo Jungle. And yeah, Suda is involved more as a producer in this role, but he worked on the story and screenplay, while Kataoka handled gameplay design.

        That’s kind of what I mean, though. Suda’s strength is clearly in his style as opposed to his polish. He’s a style-over-substance guy, and he’s one of the rare cases where that’s okay…as long as it’s a smaller project with a lower budget and a lower price.

  • AokiShizuku

    Longest Day is getting localized?

    Oh happy day! (I’ll show myself out now)

  • fairysun

    Dat art !!

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