Culdcept Revolt launches July 7 in Japan

Watch the introduction video and Nintendo Direct.

Culdcept Revolt

Culdcept Revolt will launch for 3DS in Japan on July 7 for 4,700 yen, Nintendo announced.

Starting today, by purchasing and pre-loading the game via the Nintendo eShop, you’ll get a “Start Dash Version” demo, which features eight types of books (decks of cards) and lets you play the opening part of Quest Mode. The demo is called “Start Dash” since the save data can be transferred to the retail version. You can also get the demo by spending 500 Platinum My Nintendo points.

Nintendo also announced that Culdcept Revolt will have more than 150 story mode stages, and “Breed Cards” that are possible to train and develop.

Watch an introduction video featuring Aya Shibata and the Culdcept Revolt Direct below. A second direct is planned for late June. Visit the game’s official website here.

Introduction Video


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