Live a Live Trailers Show a Shinobi Story Set in Japan, Wild West Tale, and Near Future

Live a Live Trailers Show a Shinobi Story Set in Japan, Wild West Tale, and Near Future

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Nintendo shared new videos for the Live a Live shinobi story in Edo, Japan, Wild West tale, and Near Future adventure. Each trailer introduces new characters who will appear in the game. People can learn about each Live a Live time period’s plight and see a few allies who will join heroes like Oboromaru, The Sundown Kid, and Akira. There are also new screenshots from the Edo storyline.

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First, here’s the look at Twilight of Edo Japan: The Infiltrator in Live a Live. Oboromaru needs to sneak into Ode Iou’s castle to rescue an abducted prisoner. (He’ll also fight alongside this person.)

Here are the screenshots from the Twilight of Edo Japan shinobi storyline in Live a Live.

Here’s The Wild West: The Wanderer scenario trailer for Live a Live. It follows The Sundown Kid. This is the gunslinger who appears to fight alongside the bounty hunter Mad Dog.

Finally, here’s The Near Future: The Outsider Live a Live introduction. It stars Akira, a young man with a motorcycle and telepathic abilities. Lawless, a former gang member, and a turtle robot named Taroimo join Akira on his journey to save his time.

Past trailers went over the Prehistory: The First and Imperial China: The Successor scenarios.

Live a Live will come to the Nintendo Switch on July 22, 2022. The original game appeared on the Super Famicom in Japan.

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