Saturday, July 24th, 2021

Akiba’s Journey: “Hell and Mission Report” was released on Western Switch in July this year


Update [Fri 14th May, 2021 00:55 BST]: XSEED Games and Acquire Corp have announced Trip to Autumn Leaves: Journey to Hell and Report It will be launched for Nintendo Switch and other platforms in North America on July 20, priced at $39.99.

Marvelous Europe has not confirmed the local release date of this upcoming game. North America will be released in July, after which it will be released in Japan on May 20. For more information, see the original story below.


Source article [Thu 11th Feb, 2021 03:30 GMT]: Publisher XSEED (Marvelous) has confirmed the release of Switch and PlayStation 4 in the West Trip to Autumn Leaves: Journey to Hell and Report Will arrive this summer.

What followed was a special retail day, the first anniversary and tenth anniversary edition. This version can be pre-ordered from the XSEED game store and participating retailers for $49.99 USD.

This will include a retail version of the game, an art book containing more than 60 pages of newly commissioned artwork and original illustrations, and an official soundtrack containing 47 tracks on two CDs. The standalone version will also be sold in digital form at a price of $39.99.

Akiba's Travel Anniversary Edition

This is what you can expect from the game itself:

“For the first time to show off at E3 2019, A trip to Akihabara: Hell-like and brief report With the newly released Nintendo Switch™ version and wider visual updates, it has expanded its vampire hunting activities. Experience the acclaimed origins of the English “serial action RPG” series for the first time, and then return to the glittering streets of the golden age of Akihabara circa 2011. “

“Dive into the underground underworld lurking in the shadow of this “otaku” cultural paradise to discover the huge vampire conspiracy. They exposed their plans (and corpses) to the sun through advanced skinning techniques as part of their self-title” Akiba Freedom Fighters “make the otaku safe on the street again.”

Interestingly reimagined Japan’s electronic mecca -A virtual tour of Akihabara, which took place around 2011, was reproduced in nuanced details and based on the actual business at the time, providing accurate street layouts and shops.

Fight like a nerd -In the process of humiliating vampires, put a lot of copies, collectibles and other interesting items while wearing a series of customizable clothes and costumes.

Your choice is important -Choose the faction you want to support in the Battle of Akihabara, and be aware that your decision will affect the development of the story and eventually reach one of several endings.

Full dual audio – Choose English or original Japanese, and enjoy hours of joking jokes.