Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel coming to PC this winter

PC version adds new victory animations, more.

Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel

2D crossover fighter Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel is coming to PC this winter, publisher XSEED Games announced.

Originally released for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, the Examu-developed fighting game features easy-to-execute combos, cinematic cut-ins on “Lethal Blaze” attacks, and assist mechanics that allow for up to six on-screen characters at a time. It features 12 playable characters—Ein, Mora, Ruili, Al Azif, Saya, Ignis, Anna, Muramasa the 3rd, Kibanohara Ethica, Saber, Ouka, and Super Sonico—as well as assist characters. The PC version adds additional features to online play, including new victory animations for some fighters, animated stage backgrounds, and menu settings in training mode are now saved from the player’s previous play session.

Here’s the full overview, via XSEED:

Originally released for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 computer entertainment systems, Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel was expertly developed by the studio behind the Arcana Heart series of fighting games, EXAMU. The game boasts an intuitively balanced game engine, stunning artwork and animation, and satisfyingly fast-paced fighting action sure to delight players of all skill levels.

With easy-to-execute combos, cinematic cut-ins on “Lethal Blaze” attacks that run the gamut from awe-inspiring to adorable, and assist mechanics that allow for up to six on-screen characters at a time, combat in Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel is guaranteed to stay fast and flashy. The game is populated by numerous heroines from the visual novel company Nitroplus’ rich collection of IPs, including playable characters Ein, Mora, Ruili, Al Azif, Saya, Ignis, Anna, Muramasa the 3rd, Kibanohara Ethica, Saber, and Ouka, as well as fan favorite mascot character Super Sonico. Players can also test how their skills stack up online against one another via network play with other gamers on Windows PC as they enjoy added features such as new victory animations for some fighters, animated stage backgrounds, and menu settings in training mode which are now saved from the player’s last play session.

After selecting a main character, players will duke it out while charging up the abilities of their two chosen partners, who – once called into the fight – will contribute with battle damage and various other effects. As the combatants exchange blows, their Power Gauges build at the bottom of the screen. Filling this gauge meter by meter, up to a maximum of three, allows players to gain access to devastating abilities, including character-specific super moves and a massively powerful “Lethal Blaze” attack that deals incredible damage but depletes all three meters.

Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel also features an innovative “Blast” system, which provides players with the option to use one of three special tide-turning maneuvers once per round, such as creating distance between the player character and her opponent, breaking an opponent’s combo, and extending a player’s combo beyond normal limits. Additionally, a player’s health and meters both begin regenerating once the Blast state has been activated.

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