Battle Chasers: Nightwar Animated Intro Made By Castlevania Animators
Battle Chasers Nightwar
(Last Updated On: August 12, 2017)

THQ Nordic unveiled the official intro movie for Battle Chasers: Nightwar featuring the playable cast of characters in the game, this includes Garrison, Gully, Knolan, Red Monika and Calibretto. The intro was put together by the same minds who worked on the Castlevania animated television series that aired on Netflix.

The animated intro has a lot of fans giddy for the release of this turn-based Western RPG, which isn’t shy about including sexy characters and violent combat. You can check out the minute and a half long trailer for the game from Airship Syndicate Entertainment below.

We get to see the main characters looking tough and badass taking out the undead, blowing up skeletons, decapitating werewolves, and putting things on fire… oh yeah, and Red Monika making out with a bomb before using it to blow some very distracted skeletal soldiers to smithereens. We also get a look at Alumon, a new Devil Hunter who can take out otherworldly monsters with his abilities.

In an age where women are no longer allowed to be sexy, it’s fascinating that Airship Syndicate decided to say “screw it!” and keep the character of Red Monika very similar to her comic book roots. Most developers have opted to capitulate to the current Regressive agenda from Social Justice Warriors in an attempt to appease people don’t play or care about games, and people who certainly don’t buy them, all in an attempt to rack up those SJW virtue signal points.

As far as gameplay is concerned, the game is an isometric title in the overworld mode, but it goes into a turn-based combat system when you encounter an enemy unit(s).

If you’re familiar with the way classic JRPGs operate then you’ll be right at home with the combat systems in Battle Chasers: Nightwar.

The Kickstarted title is scheduled to release on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC starting October 3rd this fall. The game is also scheduled to release on the Nintendo Switch later this year as well. Hopefully it doesn’t get left behind too far because the hybrid console could definitely use some more games before 2018 concludes.


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