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Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time Summer of Gaming Gameplay Trailer

Adult Swim Games and Soleil Ltd. have revealed gameplay for Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time during IGN’s Summer of Gaming.

The game features an original story by Darrick Bachman; a writer for numerous episodes during season 5 of Samurai Jack. Aku has created an alternate timeline, and has sent Jack back in time through his adventures, with some surprises along the way.

Jack will gain access to more weapons than just his trusty sword, as he teams up with allies and travels to familiar sites from the cartoon (including the final season from 2017). Returning characters include The Scotsman and Demongo. Players can also unlock more skills through training.

The voice cast from the show will also be reprising their roles, with exception to the late Mako (Makoto Iwamatsu) who voiced Aku. Greg Baldwin voiced Aku in season 5.

You can find the gameplay interview below.

 

You can find the full rundown (via Steam) below.


Voiced by the original voice-actors, Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time is an action platform game that spans across time and space, where your actions will determine a new legend!

An Untold Adventure That Ties Into the Epic Series Finale

  • Team up with trusted allies from the show to face off against familiar enemies.

Explore Worlds from the Award Winning Series

  • Visit classic worlds and moments from your favorite episodes. Travel to a dark future to free mankind. Dive into the past to face off against diabolical monsters. Seek your fate as you travel across space and time.

Create Your Own Legend

  • Equip and master over a dozen different weapons in combat. Increase your power even more by training and unlocking new skills to support your playstyle.

Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time launches Summer 2020 for Windows PC (via Steam), Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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