Doraemon Creator’s Characters Partying In 3DS And Wii U Game

By Sato . June 13, 2014 . 2:57am


Fujiko F. Fujio, was the pen name of Hiroshi Fujimoto, the man behind Japan’s most recognized cultural icon, Doraemon, recently celebrated his 80th anniversary. In honor of this milestone, Bandai Namco announced a new game featuring his characters, called SF Dotabata Party!!


The SF stands for “sukoshi fushigi,”  meaning a “little marvelous” and “dotabata” is another word for slapstick. The teaser shows silhouettes of several popular characters such as Doraemon, Perman, Esper Mami, Koromaru from Kiteretsu Daihyakka and more.


While Bandai Namco have yet to share any details about the game, it sounds like it’ll be one crazy party game full of all kinds of mysterious items and shenanigans from his iconic manga characters.


SF Dotabata Party!! is in development for Wii U and 3DS.

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