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Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle gets a launch trailer

Bandai Namco Games has released a launch trailer for their 3DS action-adventure title, Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle. The game landed yesterday in North America, after being released at the end of September in Japan, Europe and Australia. Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle features four fantasy heroes – Guren, Ceylan, Chooki and Toxsa. Their adventure begins when they fall through an inter-dimensional portal and resurface on the world of Quarton as four different entities that will now go by the names of Bravenwolf, Tributon, Lydendor and Valorn – also known as the robotic Tenkai Knights. Watch the Tenkai Knights launch trailer below:

The four warriors will have to use their super powers to stop evil Vilius and his army of shape-shifting robots from unleashing mayhem throughout the Quarton world. This world is unlike anything you have ever seen; driven by a supernatural Tenkai energy, all things within Qautron can transform, combine and shape-shift. Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle is what fans call a fighting video game developed and published by Bandai Namco Games, based on the Tenkai Knights anime series. Players will be able to build and customize their own robots to engage in action-packed combat with other robots. You will be able to live the Tenkai Knight experience in the mission-based Story mode or battle it out with up to three friends in the Versus mode to see who’s got the best Tenkai skills.

To become the most powerful hero, you will have to wisely customize you robot’s parts, access different unit modes to support your allies in combat, and adapt your battle style to take advantage of your opponents’ weaknesses. As Vilius and his corrupted army will try to take over Quatron and, afterwards, the entire planet Earth, the fate of two worlds will rest in your hands so you’ll have to make sure that the Tenkai Knights will emerge victorious.        

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