Gintama Rumble Confirms Sakamoto Tatsuma as Playable Character

Kite Stenbuck

Image from Gintama anime

Bandai Namco is publishing a new major information batch of Gintama Rumble in the latest Jump magazine. As reported by Ryokutya, Sakamoto Tatsuma has been confirmed added to the playable character list, bringing the current total to 12. He excels on gunfire and will have a medium-ranged moveset.

The final arc of the Gintama Chronicle mode that features eight famous arcs from the Gintama storyline has also been confirmed as Rakuyou Decisive Battle arc, and it will have Batou as the enemy boss.

In a related news, Bandai Namco has also published a Questions & Answers page on their Japanese official website, which gives more explanations to the game’s features. We have translated the Q&A as follows.

Q: Does this support cross-platform save?
A: Yes, this game does support cross-platform save. You can share your progress between PS4 & PS Vita, So you can play on the PS4 at home and continue outside on the Vita. Furthermore, the save data can also be shared between the regular and limited AV editions.

Q: What should I do to strengthen characters?
A: After collecting a number of experience points, the character will level up, and they will obtain CP (character points) which can be allocated at the Character Strengthening screen.
Note: Simply leveling up does not instantly strengthen the character.

Q: What kinds of CP allocation are recommended?

Q: Can anybody ride Elizabeth?
A: Riding Elizabeth is a special move for Katsura Kotaro, so nobody else other than him will be able to ride it…

Q: Can you freely listen to the voices?

Q: Can you watch the 3D cutscenes again?
A: As you progress through the story in Gintama Chronicle mode, they will be subsequently unlocked and viewable in the Gintama Gallery mode.

Q: How many players does this game support?
A: This game supports 1 player only (Online play is not supported).

Q: What about the framerate?
A: It will have variable framerate with a maximum of 60fps for PS4 and 30fps for PS Vita.

Gintama Rumble will be released for PlayStation 4 in Japan and Asia on January 18. An English localization for Southeast Asia will be also released on the same day. Japan will get an exclusive PlayStation Vita version, along with a limited AV (Anime sound & Voice) edition that includes exclusive finisher cut-in voices and theme songs from the Gintama anime show.

[Sources: Bandai Namco, Ryokutya]

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