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Tokyo, Japan - August 18, 2020 - KLab Inc., a leader in online mobile games, announced that its hit 3D action game Bleach: Brave Souls was released on the PC gaming platform Steam today, Tuesday, August 18. Bleach: Brave Souls is now available in the Steam Store and supports a total of 7 languages: Japanese, English, French, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, and Thai. The game is available in the same areas as the mobile application is accessible, so players around the world (excluding Mainland China) will be able to enjoy playing! Bleach: Brave Souls is a long-selling title with over 50 million downloads that has been released in more than 148 countries and regions around the world*, and celebrated its 5th anniversary on Thursday, July 23, 2020.*Total includes users who have downloaded the game more than once.
Later, the game was ported to the PlayStation Portable with added features under the title Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle. Siliconera teased gamers with a \"puzzlehunt\", giving them the quote \"Maybe that means thank you\" This puzzlehunt eventually came to be the announcement that Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle was set for release in North America and Europe. While US players got both PSN and UMD versions of the game, players in Europe were only offered the downloadable PSN version.
As far as the game is concerned, Marona is the only one able to see Ash in phantom form. This is primarily because of her unique ability known as \"Chartreuse Gale\". This ability not only allows her to see and interact with phantoms, but bind their souls to various objects to grant them a temporary body, referred to in-game as \"Confine\". Using this power she can summon Ash and other phantoms to the world of the living to aid her in her own endeavors as a Chroma, similar to the work done by her late parents. Because she possesses the ability to see and speak with the dead, many assume that she is either controlled by or cooperates with evil spirits, and are afraid to even interact with her, much less employ her for Chroma work. Also; in the early portions of the story, people who offer Marona employment would rescind any rewards upon completion once they discover that she was the fabled phantom-possessed Chroma.
A Chroma Oxide, a person that makes a living by waiting for a Chroma to near the completion of their assigned job and then takes proof of the work's completion in order to steal the reward. Willing to do anything and step on anyone to achieve his goals, Walnut is the older brother of Marona's newfound friend Castile, and puts aside his Chroma Oxide earnings to pay for an operation for her. Walnut's power, \"Psycho Burgundy\", is the same power utilized by the legendary hero Scarlet the Brave, and is fueled by burning the wielder's soul to create a powerful energy. An alternate universe version of Walnut joins Marona and company as a playable character in \"Another Marona\", a side story that is exclusive to the Wii and PSP versions of the game. Walnut also makes an appearance in another NIS game, Soul Nomad.
Starting today, Monday, October 31st in celebration of Brave Souls reaching 70 million downloads worldwide, the 70 Million Downloads Celebration Campaign begins! As a huge thank-you to the community for supporting the game the celebration will include a login bonus, special orders, packs, and more to enjoy.
Released in 2008 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, the fourth installment of the series is the second game with no arcade release prior to the release of the home game, as well as being the first to take bouts online and the last game to conclude the 1590 A.D. trilogy. Soulcalibur IV introduces new gameplay mechanics into the series in the form of damage-absorbing armor (that can be shattered) and Critical Finishes (both tied to the new Soul Gauge). Like Soulcalibur II, the fourth game also included cameos from different media. The Star Wars character Darth Vader is a playable character on the PlayStation 3 version, while Yoda is for the Xbox 360 version. Each character was also available for download on the consoles in which they do not appear. Both versions of the game include the Apprentice character from Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. Like Soulcalibur III, the game includes a character creation system with various customizable parts, some of which have to be unlocked. These characters can be taken into online bouts, which in itself is a new addition to the series. However, unlike Soulcalibur III, the only available weapon disciplines are taken from the existing roster and there are no unique disciplines for created characters.
Soulcalibur VI was released in 2018. While the storyline takes place after the fifth game, it act as a soft reboot, taking the series back to mostly reimagined after Soul Edge and eventually set in a new timeline. Like Tekken 7, it uses Unreal Engine 4, and features downloadable guests, while one guest character (Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher series) acts as one of the base roster and plays a vital role on the storyline.
Released in 2009 for the Sony PSP, Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny is the first portable installment of the Soulcalibur series. It uses many of the features used in Soulcalibur IV, such as the soul crush, armor destruction, critical finishers, and Character Creation, and also brings in some new features such as new lighting effects for stages that correspond to different times of day, and the new Gauntlet Story mode. The game's features are similar to Soulcalibur IV, including its customization features, but it introduced a new character named Dampierre, a conman who wears twin blades on his wrists. In addition, Kratos from the God of War franchise appears as a guest character. Broken Destiny received very positive reviews.
During spring 2001, the martial arts film star Sammo Hung announced plans for a film adaptation of Soulcalibur entitled Soul Calibur: The Movie. The film was to be directed by Hung and would be produced by Alan Noel Vega, Michael Cerenzie, Sam Kute and Joseph Jones. According to a statement posted on his website, the film budget would need to be $50 million, locations were to include Eastern Europe and China, and the special effects would be done by Rhythm and Hues Studios because of their relationship with Namco. In 2004, Warren Zide's Sony-owned Anthem Pictures acquired the rights to adapt the game to film, which would be produced by Matthew Rhodes and Noel Vega and released in 2007. It has been stated that the film's plot \"revolves around two warriors who are chosen by Shaolin monks to recover and destroy a powerful sword that has fallen into the hands of an evil prince who plans to use it to open the gates of hell and destroy the world.\" The now-defunct teaser website for the film (soulcaliburthemovie.com) contained a citation from Nostradamus. The film remains in development hell.
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NIS America is proud to announce that Phantom Brave PC will be arriving on Steam this July! The original release for the PlayStation 2 launched on January 22nd, 2004. Twelve years later, the game is now back in all its glory as a PC release!
The game was developed by Eurocom from concepts by Anibyte and published by THQ. It was released on November 10, 2003 in North America, and on February 20, 2004 in the PAL region. A Korean version was released shortly after, on April 3, 2004. A mobile version was released on August 19, 2004. A remastered version of the game was released worldwide for PC on November 10, 2017. A physical Nintendo Switch version was released on January 29, 2019 by THQ Nordic.
Sphinx is a lion-like demigod, and his role is one of a brave warrior who battles fearsome monsters and relies on raw power to complete tasks. His abilities are upgraded through the collection and use of magical artifacts, most of which are found within the game's linear quests and generally needed to progress through the game. 59ce067264