A popular content of “Basilisk: The Koga Ninja Scrolls” is finally making its pachinko debut!!
A sequel to the original work called “Basilisk: The Ouka Ninja Scrolls” has just made its anime debut last January that Basilisk series are getting a lot of attentions.
Just like its pachislot machine of the same series, which has really high popularity, Universal Entertainment Corporation manufactured this pachinko machine as well!!
An accessory called “Eyes of Gennosuke” is unique only to this machine, but this machine is also loaded with tons of other accessories from its pachislot machines.
It is also loaded with songs called “The Koga Ninpocho” and another song called “Hime Murasaki” sang by Nana Mizuki who also does the voice of a character called Oboro.
It is expected to make its debut on March. Don’t miss it!!
Today, we will be introducing the latest pachislot series of “Basilisk”, a popular manga written and illustrated by Masaki Segawa, which was originaly a novel by Futaro Yamada in 1958.
It is such a popular series that everyone in the pachislot industry knows it, and its old machines are still being played at the parlors!!
As being the third machine of the series, the ninja battles between Iga and kouga has been made into 3DCG that players can’t take their eyes off from the lively actions of the charming characters!!
Also, the songs sang by Nana Mizuki, who does the voice of the heroine Oboro, has been loaded onto this machine just like the previous machine, as well as “Aisuru mono yo, Shini soroe” by popular heavy metal band of Onmyo-za who wrote this song for the “Basilisk”!!
There is no stopping of Basilisk!!
A pachislot machine we will be introducing today is called “Bayonetta”, in which the heroine battles splendidly.
Hideki Kamiya, who is the director of “Devil May Cry (“DMC”)”, which is also a popular pachislot machine, directed this game of “Bayonetta” as well.
Compared to DMC, this game has more of a stylish battle feature, and it is the first time “Bayonetta” gets turned into a pachislot machine.
This machine uses completely new chassis. During a normal round, monitor encloses around the reel, but when in chance mode, monitor transforms into a full screen, so that player gets to enjoy the powerful image!!
It is expected to make its debut soon.Don’t miss it!!
Today, we will be introducing a pachislot machine of “Strike Witches”, which have been adapted into variety of contents such as manga, animation and games.
Specifications and rendition aspects of the machine has not been revealed yet, but we are certain that it is completed in a way that fans of pachislot and original work can agree upon.
You should focus on how the high-speed aerial battle in the original work is expressed in the pachislot machine.
It will be released around this summer from Oizumi!
This time we’re going to talk about a pachislot machine based on the popular TV anime series and OVA “Burst Angel.”
The setting is future Tokyo. 4 young “angel” girls Jo, Meg, Sei, and Amy are at the center of the story.
Based on a popular anime by GONZO which includes science fiction, gun action, and comedy, this will be one of many interesting goods for the fans that exist even now long after the end of the broadcast!!
It has been release before as pachinko, but the pachislot version has been further powered up!!
The four angels each have their own cutscene, and even if you love only Sei, or only want to see Amy there is a way to please everyone!!
Burst Angel (Pachislot) is set for a long-awaited debut in October, 2014
Mahjong is booming in the Pachinko / Pachislot industry?!
Square Enix’s publication of Ritz Kobayashi’s Mahjong manga “Saki” has been made into Pachinko!!
Compared to sci-fi mangas and such, the game world of Mahjong is closer to reality and very easy to enjoy!!
And of course, you won’t be able to look away from the lineup of beautiful female characters!!
Aim for the interscholastic match and jackpot with Saki Miyanaga, Nodoka Haramura, and other members of Kiyosumi High School.
Do you think you can win against your rival Koromo Amae from Ryumonbuchi High School?