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    Showa American Story Introduced for PS5, PS4 and PC

    Developer Nekcom Video games and writer 2P Video games have introduced motion role-playing recreation Showa American Story for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC. The sport has a reasonably fascinating premise the place Japan has taken over america by shopping for it out, due to its “sturdy financial energy.” Then, the apocalypse hits and all the pieces adjustments drastically. Within the midst of all the pieces, a teenage woman is someway revived from the lifeless and she or he has to determine what the heck occurred whereas she was out.

    Showa American Story’s trailer is as fascinating as its plot

    ‘Neo Yokohama’ replaces the well-known Hollywood signal, an enormous Japanese lantern dangles from the Golden State Bridge, and a Statue of Liberty poster is roofed in Japanese within the trailer under. Have a look.

    Showa American Story is a single-player recreation set within the Eighties. No post-apocalyptic recreation is full with out zombies and survivors so anticipate to see each when the protagonist – the aforementioned teenage woman named Choko – wakes up. The fight is described as fast-paced, free-flowing and brutal, and there will probably be a lot of melee and ranged weapons alongside “unusual” weapons at Choko’s disposal.

    Opinion: Showa American Story jogs my memory of Lollipop Chainsaw

    Zarmena writes… Name me nuts, however I’m getting Goichi Suda vibes from Showa American Story and elements of the fight seen within the trailer above remind me of Lollipop Chainsaw. The previous has Choko taking down zombies and the latter had Juliet doing the identical. Nevertheless it’s the story and setting that set the 2 aside. Please be good…

    In different information, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 could be revealed earlier than we expect, and Dragon Age 4‘s improvement is progressing effectively.

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