Project Lumina has shared the Melty Blood: Type Lumina Hisui vs. Kohaku gameplay #2, showing off more of the two female combatants in the anticipating fighting game.
Here’s the new Melty Blood: Type Lumina Hisui vs. Kohaku Gameplay #2:
You can also find trailers and videos for the previous Hisui vs. Kohaku gameplay, Akiha Tohno vs Acrueid, Shiki Tohno gameplay, Ciel vs. Shiki, Noel, Shiki Tohno [1, 2], Kouma Kishima, Arcueid Brunestud, Ciel, Akiha Tohno, Hisui & Kohaku, Hisui, Kohaku, and Miyako.
Here’s a rundown on the game:
Now, at long last, the “MELTY BLOOD” series is making its way to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One in 2021 in the form of “MELTY BLOOD: TYPE LUMINA”.
Based on the story from “Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon-” for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch™, this new game features a cast of over 10 characters with upgraded visuals as well as HD environments befitting a new “Tsukihime” title. The battle system has also been rebuilt from the ground up for a more modern feel.
Fans of the “Tsukihime” series will have the chance to enjoy their favorite special attacks and battles in the form of a 2D character fighting game. The battle system has been rebuilt from the ground up, but still retains that “MELTY BLOOD” spirit.
This new system employs combination attacks that can easily be performed through repeated button pressing, allowing players who may be less familiar with fighting games to enjoy exhilarating battles.
However, the essence of the previous games has been preserved, so long-time fans can still enjoy their favorite parts of the series with an updated system and all-new action. Experience deeper gameplay and more intense battles in this rebirth of a classic.
More than 10 characters from “Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon-” are available to choose from. Each character has 10 color variations, so pick your favorite before going into battle!
Each character has their own unique attacks. Make use of them to take down your opponent and claim victory. This new system employs powerful combination attacks known as “Rapid Beats” that can easily be performed by repeatedly pressing the attack button, allowing even players who may less familiar with fighting games to enjoy exhilarating battles.
Enter the single-player story mode to play as your favorite characters as you fight your way through their own unique narratives, all written by the amazing Kinoko Nasu.
Looking for something else? Try beating your fastest fight in Time Attack mode, or see how many battles you can endure before your limited health runs out in Survival mode.
Melty Blood: Type Lumina launches September 30 worldwide on Windows PC (via Steam), Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.