The Project Sakura Wars Elise Character Song Introduces The ‘Iron Star’

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Another Project Sakura Wars character song has been released. This time, it is for a character who isn’t a part of the Imperial Combat Revue. Elise gets to be an “Iron Star” with her song, “Tetsu no Hoshi.”

 

Elise isn’t a member of the main Combat Revue in Project Sakura Wars. Rather, she’s a part of the Berlin Combat Revue, Schwarzerstern, alongside Margarethe. (They were designed by Fumikane Shimada.) Elise uses a Spiricle Fighter known as an Eisen Jaeger.

 

Nana Mizuki is Elise’s voice actress and performs “Tetsu no Hoshi.” Most recently, the voice actress and singer has played Ann Takamaki in Persona 5, Excela Noa Aura from Shining Resonance Refrain, Paz Ortega Andrade in Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, and Vanessa Enoteca in Black Clover: Quartet Knights. She has released 16 albums, with some of her biggest hit songs being “Phantom Minds,” “Secret Ambition,” “Trickster,” “Eternal Blaze,” and most recently “Metanoia.”

 

Here is Mizuki performing Elise’s “Tetsu no Hoshi.”

 

 

The first two Project Sakura Wars character songs revealed were Sakura Amamiya’s “Otome Nandesu yo” and Hatsuho Shinonome’s “Onna! Matsuri no Kokoroiki.”

 

Project Sakura Wars will come to the PlayStation 4 in Japan on December 12, 2019. It will come to North America and Europe in Spring 2020.


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