The latest issue of CoroCoro Comic has revealed some interesting news! Last year’s PSP/Vita release Little Battlers eXperience W will join Little Battlers eXperience Explosive Boost on the 3DS as LBX: Super Custom. This game will be released in the summer. But the next chapter is Little Battlers eXperience Wars. This will be a new start for the series as Arata Sena and his LBX, Dotfacer take centre stage with Hikaru Hoshihara, Haruki Izumo, and Muraku Houjou as supporting characters. No release date has been announced but the ongoing anime on TV Tokyo will be renamed to reflect the Wars storyline starting April 3rd.
Of course, the existence of LBX W Super Custom is interesting as Level-5’s CEO Akihiro Hino said there wouldn’t be a “Boost” re-release for the game…
Level-5 has released the first trailer for LBX Explosive Boost. The 3DS port of last year’s PSP title sees gamers take things to a whole new level. As we found out earlier the game will be released July 5. The new release features expanded multiplayer up to six players, new LBX models, and touch controls.
The trailer showcases the game’s multiplayer madness, a song from Little Blue boX, animated cutscenes and more!
Don’t forget to check out our game page for LBX Explosive Boost!
This past weekend saw Nintendo Direct, Nintendo’s bi-monthly webstream highlighting upcomming releases. In this latest video Level-5’s expanded port of Little Battlers eXperience for PSP, LBX: Explosive Boost for 3DS was on display. As we found out earlier the game will be released July 5. The new release features expanded multiplayer up to six players, new LBX models, and touch controls. Here’s the footage from the event: Read the rest of this entry
Level-5’s LBX Explosive Boost website has updated to reveal new information on the upcoming 3DS conversion. The title will hit July 5 in Japan at a somewhat budget price of ¥4,400. The new 3DS conversion features touch controls, new weapons, LBX from the LBX W anime, and an expanded multiplayer component. Level-5’s redesigned same came alongside a variety of new screenshots: Read the rest of this entry
LBX W to feature female lead Ran Hanasaki, while LBX Explosive Boost features six player multiplayer
This month’s CoroCoro Comic reveals new information regarding LBX W, and LBX Explosive Boost for 3DS. LBX W will feature Ran Hanasaki, the female character from the LBX W anime. The fiery red head and her Minerva LBX will be feature alongside Ban, and Hiro. It is not confirmed if Ran will be a playable character. CoroCoro also revealed that LBX W will contain user created designs. Read the rest of this entry
Alongside the LBX W screenshots, Level-5 has released a the first batch of screenshots for LBX Explosive Boost. Explosive Boost is the 3DS port of last year’s LBX Boost, which itself was an expanded re-release of LBX. This version of the game features touch customization, dual screen usage, and 3D special effects. Its official Japanese site can be found here. Read the rest of this entry
The latest issue of Shogakukan’s CoroCoro Comic spills the beans on the latest LBX projects. The magazine has announced LBX W for PSP and LBX Explosive Boost for 3DS.
LBX W (Danball Senki W) is a true sequel to the original game that allows users to take command of two main characters. The first is returning Ban Yamano, with newcomer Hiro Oozora, a nerd who one day wants to be a super hero. Ban will be using an updated Achilles, with Hiro using Perseus. The concept behind the game is the double main characters, with “W” also being a Japanese symbol for meaning double. It will tie-in to the LBX W anime, and manga series. Read the rest of this entry