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Kill la Kill the Game: IF sees permanent price drop to $40 in North America

The price is right

If you were holding out on grabbing Kill la Kill the Game: IF until a price drop came about, your waiting has paid off. Arc System Works has announced that the game is now available for $40 in North America. This is not a sale, but a permanent price drop.

Kill la Kill the Game: IF's Version 1.04 update detailed, new promo video released

Nudist Beach incoming!

Kill la Kill the Game: IF is getting an update to Version 1.04. We don't have a release date for the patch on Switch yet, but we do have full notes on what the update includes. You can read those details below.

■New Contents
- Added new playable character, "Nudist Beach D.T.R"
*Playable in all versus modes and Gallery mode.

■Balance changes
- Changed the algorithmn on certain ways ranking orders are displayed.
- Adjusted the actions of each characters.

■Character balance changes details:
■Universal Balance changes
- Fixed an issue where the reduction of hitstun for attacks after surpassing the limit value of 300
does not function as intended upon the hitback off a ground bounce.

■Ryuko Matoi (Single-blade)
- Short Range Deathblow
→ Made it easier to connect the shockwaves when used at the edge of a stage
by adjusting the area of effect of the shockwaves.

■Ira Gamagoori
- Short Range Deathblow
→ Changed the hitback of the throw finisher of the whip variant.

■Houka Inumuta
- Ground Camoflaged Long Range attack 3
→ Fixed an issue where the cube and clone attacks do not spawn correctly.

■Nui Harime
- Homing Dash
→ Changed the cancel routes to either Long Range or Short Range
attacks according to the attack limit value now.
- Homing Dash
→ Changed the cancel route to Short Range attacks according to the attack limit value now.
- Ground Short Range 1N attack
→ Changed the cancel route to Short Range attacks according to the attack limit value now.
- Ground Short Range 1 horizontal attack
→ Fixed an issue where further cancels do not function as intended
if the first one was canceled quickly into Ground Short Range 2 attack.
→ Changed the cancel route to Short Range attacks according to the attack limit value now.
- Ground Short Range 1 vertical attack
→ Changed the cancel route to Short Range attacks according to the attack limit value now.
→ Changed the cancel timing of the finisher route to be after landing, depending on the attack limit value now.
- Ground Short Range 3 vertical attack
→ Changed the cancel route to Short Range attacks according to the attack limit value now.
→ Adjusted hitbacks during combo
- Aerial Short Range 1 attack
→ Changed the cancel route to Short Range attacks according to the attack limit value now.
→ Allows cancelling to another Short Range attack even when whiffed.
- Aerial Short Range 2 attack
→ Fixed an issue where Nui cannot correctly cancel out of the dive depending on the height.
- Dash Short Range attack
→ When converted to the finisher route due to reaching attack limit value,
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now changed to be non-cancellable upon ground roll or bounce back.
- Ground Long Range 1 attack (converted off Short Range attacks)
→ Unified all damage and hitbacks regardless of where they hit.
- Ground Long Range 2 attack
→ Prolonged the stagger time.
- Aerial Long Range 2 attack
→ Adjusted hitbacks of the clones
→ Reduced damage of the clones (100x2 ⇒ 60x2)
- Dash Long Range attack
→ Now sends opponent rolling off even when hit at extreme close proximity.

■Ryuko Matoi (Dual-wield)
- Aerial Scissors-form Long Range Attack
→ Changed shockwave hit count to 1 hit.
→ Made it easier to connect the shockwaves when used at the edge of a stage
by adjusting the area of effect of the shockwave.

Arc System Works apologizes for the delay in Kill la Kill the Game: IF updates on Switch, shares a new schedule for patches

A bit more patience will be needed

Kill la Kill the Game: IF is lagging behind in updates when it comes to the Switch version. Arc System Works has put out an apology for this, and have also shared a new schedule for when fans can expect updates to hit. Check out the full message below.

We would like to sincerely apologize for the delays in delivering timely updates for the Nintendo Switch version of Kill la Kill- IF. Addressing the issues on Switch is one of our top priorities but development is taking longer than we had originally anticipated. Our fans are extremely important to us and we are dedicated to ensuring that players have a quality KILL la KILL – IF experience.

Regarding this matter, the deployment schedule for KILL la KILL – IF is as follows.

Again we apologize for the delay and thank you for your patience in this matter.

Kill la Kill the Game: IF updated to Version 1.0.2

Bug fixes and more

Kill la Kill the Game: IF has been updated to Version 1.0.2. You can check out a quick summary of the update below, and then hit up the link for full patch notes.

Bug fixes

- Fixes to the voice library
- Fixed Story Mode’s score calculating system
- Fixed issues concerning the double K.O. in Versus Mode

Additions

-Added a notification upon matching with an opponent in the Ranked Match lobby

Adjustments

- Character actions have been adjusted

Check out full patch notes here

Kill la Kill the Game: IF updated to Version 1.02

Hope you like extensive patch notes!

Kill la Kill the Game: IF has gotten an update to Version 1.02. You'd think an update number like that would mean that there were just a few tweaks, but some pretty extensive patch notes were released. As a matter of fact, Arc System Works shared the full details in a 12-page PDF! Check out the full patch notes here.

Arc System Works says all streams/uploads of Kill la Kill the Game: IF's story mode are "prohibited indefinitely"

I bet I know what happens next...

One sure-fire way to get the internet collective to do something you don't want it to do is to strongly tell them not to do it. That's the approach that Arc System Works is taking with Kill la Kill the Game: IF's story mode. Arc says that uploads and streams of the game's story mode are "prohibited indefinitely." It seems like Arc doesn't want the game's story being ruined, as it will not only spoil things, but also deter potential customers from a purchase. Why bother buying a game for the story when you can just watch it all online for free?

The real question here is...just how on earth does Arc plan on stopping people from doing this? Between all the ways/places people can upload/stream footage, this seems like a near-impossible task.

IGN Video - Kill La Kill Game to Anime Comparison

Check out this comparison showing a few scenes from Kill La Kill: The Game IF'sstory mode side by side with their anime counterparts.

GameSpot Video - Kill la Kill The Game: If gameplay

All looks and feels of the original anime series remodelled with 3D Cell-look technology! Perform devastating combos, destroy your opponents, and relive the anime with your favourite scenes from the original series, revived with stunning visuals and cinematics! Discover a brand new story through the eyes of Satsuki as she becomes the protagonist for the very first time!

Kill la Kill the Game: IF now available

Urge to kill...rising

PQube (London, UK) - July 26th, 2019 - PQube, Arc System Works and Studio TRIGGER are very excited to release KILL la KILL - IF for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC/Steam today! Witness the first new KILL la KILL content since the anime's spectacular conclusion in Story Mode, battle it out in iconic locations both offline and online with Versus Mode and test you skills against waves of ruthless Covers and more in Challenge Mode.

Fans who want to get a feeling for the fluid battles first, can download a free Trial Version from the PlayStation Network and Nintendo eShop, which includes:

The first chapter of Story Mode
Versus Mode with Ryuko Matoi, Satsuki Kiryuin, Ira Gamagoori and Uzu Sanageyama

A classic Rock Paper Scissor-based combat system makes KILL la KILL - IF's fights simple and fun for every level of player. Guard against Normal Attacks, interrupt Evasive and Break Actions, follow up with spectacular combos and finish enemies in style with gorgeously animated Supers!

Limited Edition - available in Europe!

Check out the KILL la KILL - IF: Limited Edition!

・Mr. Sushio’s main artwork
・Original Artbook
・Original Soundtrack
・Mak-Roquette Squeezie

This life-fibre-tingling Limited Edition is available in Europe, with selected retailers in the UK, France, Spain, Switzerland, and more!

Kill la Kill the Game: IF - more gameplay footage

All looks and feels of the original anime series remodelled with 3D Cell-look technology! Perform devastating combos, destroy your opponents, and relive the anime with your favourite scenes from the original series, revived with stunning visuals and cinematics! Discover a brand new story through the eyes of Satsuki as she becomes the protagonist for the very first time!

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