Uppers (Chinese Subs)

Uppers (Chinese Subs)

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Right away, there are a few things that are immediately striking about the Senran Kagura Producer Keinchiro "Tits are life, ass is hometown" Takaki's newest game. One, it's got a major Kenka Bancho vibe to it, and that's because it's being developed by Bullets, who've been making the aforementioned games which feature over the top hot-blooded anime brawling about high school kids who use their fists over anything else. Secondly, there's an ecchi reward system, so there's definitely fan service, a signature of Takaki-San.

Set on "Last Resort," an isolated island where the denizens are battle starved outlaws whose only form of entertainment and communication are full on bare knuckle fist fights, players will be be freely rioting the island looking for trouble; fights are dramatic to say the least, as enemies can be thrown across destructive and interactive environments. For instance, an enemy can be be launched into the air, land into a combo which sends them flying through walls to land on a fire hydrant which breaks and shoots them into the air. The entire idea is to have unabashed button mashing joy where the character you pick becomes your fist, your juggernaut avatar.

There's also a mechanic on impressing the female spectators; the more damage you do equates to how much they will be into you. This debut trailer shows a literal peek of what is to come, and since it is Takaki's work, one can expect a certain type of physics which matches the intensity of the fighting.

Launching this Spring 2016, Uppers is the perfect game for those who enjoy action, anime, and fan service - to go!

further info

Official Release Date Jul 14, 2016
Language Voice: Japanese
Subtitles Chinese
Genre Action
Version  Asia
PAX-Code PAX0008091116
Catalog No.  VCAS-32081
Item Code  4948872805445


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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:7

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FullGamer (3) on 09, Mar. 2017 08:17 (HKT)
Must own game, in Japanese but still playable and really fun game!
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dr.alexjon (16) on 27, Dec. 2016 14:47 (HKT)
Best music
I really like the music to this beat m' up and the game is easy to understand
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DePadova (1) on 03, Sep. 2016 02:37 (HKT)
Still hope for a western release
Sadly this game sold under 10K units in Japan (6k it's first week). Hopefully the desire for a localization is what drives them to push it to the west. I tweeted Keinchiro asking him sales would improve if the west got their hands on it and he liked it. So maybe it's something he was trying to push all along.

With the delays due to preorders being so low and content needing improvement, the game was shown a lot of attention. They have to try and make a profit on it. Localization is expensive but Marvelous is pretty good when it comes to that.
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Imation (280) on 23, Aug. 2016 07:07 (HKT)
yes, a real must have on vita system!!!!!
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Darkside (14) on 09, Aug. 2016 06:41 (HKT)
Kick Ass Brawler
This game don't need super complex button combos to win a fight or knowledge of Japanese to play the game.

The more stages you beat, the more locations, playable characters, and allies you unlock.

It's really a enjoyable beat 'em up game.
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