SUBTLE STYLE announced arcade fighting game EN-EINS PERFEKTWELT Anastasis launches February 21 for NESiCAxLive arcade machines in Japan. The new arcade title is the latest entry in the long-running series featuring the cult-classic Akatsuki Blitzkampf fighting game.
As previously reported, EN-EINS PERFEKTWELT Anastasis is the enhanced version of EN-EINS PERFEKTWELT, the sequel to Akatsuki Blitzkampf. The upcoming Japanese release features a new story, new stages, a new character, balance adjustments, and bug fixes to round out the overall experience.
Ko-Hatsu and SUBTLE STYLE opened a crowdfunding campaign on Ci-en.net in April 2022 to help fund the project. The EN-EINS PERFEKTWELT Anastasis crowdfunding campaign raised over 8.7 million yen (roughly $65,000), far surpassing the target goal of 3 million yen (roughly $23,545). Backers receive rewards for their support including digital artbooks, a staff roll mention, official soundtrack, and postcards.
To celebrate the arcade game’s launch, Osaka-based arcade Game Center Ko-Hatsu will host a tournament on February 23 at 13:00 JST. Japanese players may register for the tournament here. Here’s a look at a flyer for the upcoming tournament:
Lastly, a console release of EN-EINS PERFEKTWELT Anastasis has not been announced.
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