Sega has released new assets of Shin Sakura Taisen, also-known-as Project Sakura Wars in the west.
First of all, those who subscribed to the mailing list dedicated to the game can now download some lovely collectible bromides featuring the new Floral Revue’s five heroines and their mecha.
You can find them in the gallery, but at the dedicated site you can download the printable version including the backside. More are coming down the line and members of the mailing list are also getting a free PS4 dynamic theme at release. If you want to subscribe (which is required to log into the site mentioned above), you can find instructions here.
In the gallery you can also find artwork posted on Twitter showcasing Elise from the Berlin Revue by by Fumikane Shimada of Girls und Panzer fame. We also see the mecha design for her Eisenjager mecha by Mika Akitaka (Gundam ZZ, Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory, Martian Successor Nadesico, and Galaxy Fraulein Yuna) and Masashi Kudo’s work on translating the original artwork into the final design for the game.
Additionally, we also get a look at the Lawson conveniences store that opened today in Ginza, Tokyo, featuring a special Project Sakura Wars collaboration.
If you want to see more about Project Sakura Wars, you can also enjoy the latest gameplay showing Claris in action, the latest trailer, the previous gameplay and more trailers, the latest screenshots, the first trailer of the character design series featuring Bleach creator Tite Kubo, the previous gallery of screenshots, the one before, another batch of images focusing on romance, another reveal with two new characters and videos, and the beautiful anime opening cutscene,
We also have a music video dedicated to Sakura, one featuring Hatsuho one focusing on Elise, one showcasing Lancelot, one featuring Anastasia Palma, another starring Huang Yui, one showing Claris, more trailers, the latest gameplay, latest gallery of screenshots, another gallery, the previous gameplay reveal, another one, and an earlier gallery of screenshots and art.
If you’re unfamiliar with the Sakura Wars series, you should take a look at my dedicated article explaining what it’s all about.
The game will launch in Japan exclusively for PS4 on December 12, and in the west in 2020.