Arika’s April Fools’ Day “Mystery Fighting Game” playable at Evo 2017

Arika testing a new system called "Gougi."

Arika Mystery Fighting Game

Arika will showcase the “Mystery Fighting Game” that it debuted on April Fools’ Day at Evo 2017, which will be held in Las Vegas from July 14 to 16, the company announced.

The company will hold a free-play event at its booth (#111) on July 14 and 15. The event will be used to test a new system in the game called “Gougi.” The game will only be playable in VS Mode, with two players playing per turn, using playable characters Hokuto, Kairi, and Garuda. An online form will be set up to collect feedback.

If you missed it, here’s the trailer shown on April Fools’ Day:

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