Medabots Classics Featuring The First Five Games With Improvements Announced For 3DS

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A new Medabots game was announced in the form of Medabots Classics, an upcoming set of the first five entries in the Medabots series with various improvements. [Thanks, Ryokutya2089.]

 

Details from this week’s issue of Famitsu are still light, but the early info says that it’ll be a set featuring the first five Medabots game with improved systems and various other evolutions.

 

Similar to what we’ve seen from previous Medabots games, it’ll come available in Kabuto and Kuwagata versions, and will cost 4,800 yen.

 

Medabots Classics is in development for Nintendo 3DS.


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