XSEED Games has now announced that their upcoming action-RPG, AKIBA’S TRIP: Undead and Undressed Director’s Cut will be available digitally on Nintendo Switch here in the west this summer and a limited physical Day One Edition will also be available on the XSEED Games Store and at participating retailers in North America. The standard edition will cost $29.99/€29.99/£24.99 and the Day One Edition will cost $39.99. The Day One edition features a musical selections CD and a set of nine oversized art-cards featuring original illustrations by various Japanese artists to commemorate the 10-year anniversary since the release of the original title will be available for pre-order in North America shortly.
“Updated from its original release for a new generation, AKIBA’S TRIP: Undead and Undressed Director’s Cut places players in the role of Nanashi, an otaku mysteriously transformed into a vampire and thrust into a conspiracy of “Synthisters” plaguing the electronics mecca. Alongside a colorful cast of allies known as the ‘Akiba Freedom Fighters,’ Nanashi must defend his fellow otaku from vampire predators, discovering that the best strategy to defeat them is to strip them of their bare essentials and expose them to the cleansing power of the sun! Featuring a fully voiced “true ending” route starring lovable maid Kati, original side quests introducing more offbeat otaku denizens of Akihabara, and an arsenal of new weapons and armor, AKIBA’S TRIP: Undead and Undressed Director’s Cut brings modern supernatural adventure for the Japanophile of discerning tastes.”
For Akibas Trip Hellbound and Debriefed i’ve completed every difficulty, got all endings and all articles of clothing. Definitely interested in the Undead and Undressed Directors cut because i know it’ll definitely be worth it. I always love all the sub stories in Akibas Trip games, there all fairly comical. I mean where else can you fight a group of cosplayers dressed up as there favorite idol. Akibas Trip Hellbound and Debriefed takes place in Akibara Japan, the anime and video game capital of the world.