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New Info on Queen's Gate: Spiral Chaos
Want to know which charcters are in this cross-over strategy RPG?
12.21.10 - 1:20 PM

Namco Bandai's Queen's Gate: Spiral Chaos is a strategy RPG featuring an all female ensemble for the PSP. That in itself might have caught your eye, but what may also pique your interest is that it's also a cross-over title featuring characters from different franchises, such as Guilty Gear, Tekken, and Samurai Shodown.

The next thought in your head is probably who exactly from those titles are in the game. Well, you're in luck, Famitsu recently had a feature that revealed this vital character information.

First off, the definite characters from Samurai Shodown are Iroha, Cham Cham, and Mina Majikina. Queen’s Gate: Spiral Chaos also features girls from some big name titles, such as Lili from Tekken, Dizzy of Guilty Gear, Mai Shiranui from King of Fighters, Alice of NitroPlus, and Ink Nijihara from Moetan.

And if that's not enough for your heart's content, there's also Katja from Seikon no Qwaser, Hattori Junko of Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou, Yagyu Jubei from Hyakka Ryouan Samurai Girls, and last, Kotome-chan of Hyper Nurse Painkiller.

Namco Bandai didn't stop there, they also developed a unique character for the game: Maron Macaroon, a Magical Pâtissièr, who is sure to please your sugar tooth.

Unfortunately, Famitsu also confirmed that not every girl from the Queen's Gate book will be featured in the game.

Queen's Gate: Spiral Chaos releases next summer in Japan.



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