Sakura Wars for PS2/Wii this autumn

Mech warriors meet the Wild West.

NIS America plans to release Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love for PS2 and Wii this autumn.

This a strategy RPG in which robots meet the Wild West - a bit like that film with Will Smith in. There are six endings depending on the choices you make along the way - character interaction is very important, apparently.

Combat is split in two: ground battles are fought in two-legged mechanised robots, which can transform and take to the sky, prompting missile-based, long-range battles. There are around 30 to 40 hours gameplay in total.

There's no word on what the platform differences are, nor when we'll see this in Europe. We're checking.

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