Gintama Rumble Hits Japan On January 18, Neo Armstrong Cyclone Jet Armstrong Cannon Bonus

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Bandai Namco announced that Gintama Rumble will release in Japan this January, and also shared some info on its pre-order and first-print bonuses as well as the “Rumble Awakening” feature. [Thanks, Ryokutya2089.]


The “Rumble Awakening” feature awakens after you fill up a meter to pull off a special move that takes out enemies. Once the meter fills up, it comes with a special ink wash painting-style look to go with it. The game will let you customize the finishing cut, lines, and scenes. Those who are familiar with the Musou series should feel at home with it.


As for the bonuses, pre-orders come with a drama CD and the first-print bonus is a download code that lets you use the Neo Armstrong Cyclone Jet Armstrong Cannon.


The standard edition goes for 7,600 yen on PS4 and 6,800 yen on PS Vita. A limited AV Edition version will go for 10,600 yen on PS4 and 9,800 yen on PS Vita, featuring 16 tracks from the anime’s OP & ED that can be used as BGM in the game. It also comes with 60 exclusive voice lines.


Lastly, the game will have a song named “Scramble” by Japanese rock band Spyair.


Gintama Rumble releases in Japan on January 18, 2018 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. The game will release in Asia with English subtitles.

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