Bandai Namco has released a new video for its dungeon RPG, Lost Heroes 2, which is featured above.
The big draw of Lost Heroes 2 is that it brings together characters from the Kamen Rider, Ultraman and Gundam franchises. Characters from these franchises confirmed to be in the game include Ultraman Ginga, Ultraman Tiga, Ultraman Zero, Kamen Rider Black RX, Kamen Rider Fourze, Kamen Rider Wizard, 00 Qan[T], Gundam F91, and Unicorn Gundam, among others.
The story of Lost Heroes 2 follows after the first game, with the heroes facing a new threat concerning the “Fragments of Regis”. The game involves creating a party of four characters and heading into dungeons to do battle. A neat touch: using a Hero Technique during a battle will have the game play one of more than 20 songs from the heroes’ TV shows.
The game will launch in Japan on February 2. The standard edition will cost 5,690 yen, and the premium edition will retail for 9,500 yen. The premium edition includes 20 theme songs from the characters’ respective series, a 3DS port of the Super Nintendo game Hero Senki: Project Olympus, and a 300-page art book.
Both the standard and premium editions will include a download code for an enhanced version of the original Lost Heroes, titled Lost Heroes Bonus Edition, which will include more voiced parts, additional playable surroundings, balancing tweaks, interface improvements, and modifications to the ride dungeon.
P.S. In case you missed it, a 6-minute trailer was released a while ago that gives a good idea of what to expect: