Sorry, no GUNVOLT RECORDS: Cychronicle review yet.
Sorry, no GUNVOLT RECORDS: Cychronicle screenshots yet.
A new rhythm music game starring the songstresses of the Azure Striker Gunvolt series, Lumen, Lola, and Luxia singing 15 different songs.
Follow the notes to the pounding beat and aim for a top score in this electrifying rhythm game!
The dual analog controls sync with the characters dancing in the 3D backgrounds for a fully immersive experience.
■POINT 1: A new rhythm experience where you are in sync with the Muses!
The notes flowing from the top of the screen come in various types: push the buttons to Tap Notes and Hold Notes, and move the sticks with Flick Notes and Slide Notes.
When you're flicking in 8 different directions and sliding in arcs on the analog sticks, your movements will synchronize with the dancing divas in the background, just as if you were dancing along with them.
■POINT 2: Including a sound player with full length vocals from the Muses!
All 15 included tracks and future planned DLC are selected from the vast library of acclaimed vocal tracks from the Gunvolt series, including tracks used in the series 5 games, CD-only releases, and Gunvolt animated feature. Listen to any of the music included in the game freely in the in-game music player.
Use the included repeat and playlist functions to create your own listening mix!
■POINT 3: The Muses add their charm and elegance!
The Muses, Lumen and Lola, alongside The Djinn, Luxia, dance with enchanting movement and provide their voices for a complete experience.
Should repeated misses cause you to fail a song, their Anthem abilities will revive your run, allowing players of any skill level to enjoy the rhythm gameplay without worry.
The Muse, Lumen: Megu Sakuragawa
The Muse, Lola: Mayu Mineda
The Djinn, Luxia: Rico Sasaki
■POINT 4: Featuring scenes from throughout the series for a nostalgic musical journey!
In addition to the music videos of the songstresses, songs can be played featuring gameplay footage and scenes from the Azure Striker Gunvolt series.
Different songs will feature various gameplay videos, giving series fans a nostalgic look at past experiences, and new fans a look into the games where the enchanting singers made their debuts.