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Brave Tank Hero marches towards Aug. 11th launch date on 3DS

Brave Tank Hero

Burlingame, CA. – July 30, 2015 - Natsume Inc., a worldwide developer and publisher of family-oriented video games, today announced a release date for the upcoming 3DS and Wii U title, Brave Tank Hero. It's up to you, brave soldier, to help take Paradise City back! Complete over 50 action-packed Missions in this 3D action tank game while powering up your tanks to take on increasingly difficult enemies! Brave Tank Hero will be available on the 3DS starting August 11th, with the Wii U version following in the coming weeks.

Choose from three different types of tanks to take on the enemy, including huge and fearsome boss tanks! Each mission has its own goal, varying from defeating all enemies, taking down a specific base, rescuing a civilian vehicle, and more. Replay Missions to get better rankings to help power up your tank, and use your radar to plan key tactical strikes! To accomplish goals and grab the highest star ranking, players can choose to deploy one of three tanks, including a Light, Attack, and Heavy tank, each with their own advantages and pitfalls.

"We are always looking for different kinds of games to bring to our fans, and Brave Tank Hero is one of those quirky titles," said Hiro Maekawa, president and CEO of Natsume Inc. "We're pleased to be working alongside Arc System Works to bring more games to our Wii U fans as well!"

While the 3DS version sports a full 50 missions, each with varying goals, fans of the Wii U version get some extra goodies, with both Versus Play and Versus Co-Op play, so pass a controller to your friend! Wii U owners also gain some special missions, and can additionally take on more challenging versions of each boss tank after completing the game. Get ready to defeat the invading forces and return the "Paradise" back to Paradise City!

Players can follow the latest news for all of the beloved Natsume franchises at www.natsume.com and get a scoop on all of the latest Natsume updates, contests, screen shots and more at www.natsume.com/facebook and www.twitter.com/natsume_inc.

Comments

I remember thinking this game looked great when the original trailer was shown for the Japanese version last year. But why not list the price? It releases in under 2 weeks, surely they must have settled on a price by now. Either way, no internet mode is a deal breaker, so unless it is $2 or $3 I'll skip it.

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