Get your basketball gear ready as Bandai Namco’s latest Kuroko no Basket video game – entitled Kuroko no Basuke: Shouri e no Kiseki (Kuroko’s Basket: The Miracle That Leads to Victory) – has just opened a brand new teaser site.
Kuroko no Basuke: Shouri e no Kiseki will be a sports game for the Nintendo 3DS. Though the teaser site has been opened, not much news has been released as to the details of the game. The teaser site however provides links to some of the other Shounen Jump! games made by Bandai Namco such as J Stars Victory VS, Naruto Shippuden Ninja Storm 3, Jojo All-Star Battle and much much more.
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This is Bandai Namco’s second Kuroko no Basket game, following Kuroko no Basuke: Kiseki no Shiai which was released for the PSP on August 2012. The PSP game basically lets you design special trainings for the Seirin High Basketball team as they go up against the rest of the fabled “Generation of Miracles”. You can also hand out instructions to your team while the match takes place as well as interact with them when not playing a match.
The PSP Kuroko’s Basketball game gives you more of a coach’s feel rather than a player’s feel if you compare it to other basketball games like EA Sports’ NBA Live series as the game only lets you hand out instructions to the Seirin players rather than control the players themselves. It actually has more of a visual novel feel than a sports game.
Whether Kuroko no Basuke: Shouri e no Kiseki would follow the footsteps of its predecessor gameplay wise is yet to be seen, but sure enough, fans of the manga as well as the anime will definitely want this one.