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Stay Cool, Kobayashi-san! Details Different Endings, Time-Traveling, And Other Game Systems



Arc System Works shared the latest look and details for Stay Cool, Kobayashi-san! A River City Ransom Story, a different kind of adventure with Kobayashi and Kunio that involves time-traveling.


Different endings bound to the decisions you will make in-game!


Depending on the player’s actions and the character making options, the endings of the story mode can change! You can actually change the name, the gender and the relation with Kobayashi-san in the character-making menu. If you are a hot-blooded fellow tough-boy or a vigorous young girl, different storylines will unfold!


Time-travel to relive the adventure, power-up and discover the truth!



The first time you complete the game, it is hard to stop the schemes of the evil organization. Fortunately, Kobayashi-san is now accompanied by the boy from the future, Mizoguchi. Using his time-travel ability, you can expose their intentions and bring an end to their schemes. What is more, you can collect the stars the enemies wear to upgrade Kobayashi-san, Mizoguchi, Kunio and the others! Time-travel and become the strongest!


2D action with simple and fun controls!


The fun controls that made the 2D action series famous are still going! You can chain all the normal attacks, special moves have three levels of charge, jump attacks, juggle hits, really, fight the way you want!


Fight alongside your sidekick, come out victorious!


Kobayashi-san has two other characters taggin along: Mizoguchi from the future, and Kunio from the River City series. Both of them are part of the adventure, but only one of them can fight at a time. You can of course switch between the support-type life-healing Mizoguchi and the streetfight-legend Kunio that uses powerful special moves!


Stay Cool, Kobayashi-san! releases for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam on November 7, 2019. Check out its latest trailer in our previous report.

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