Spread the love Tweet Starting on December 3, Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions players will access to some international superstars via DLC. The character pass starts with just three new characters in the game, but over time, the total pass will include nine new soccer stars. Alongside the DLC, all players will get access to
Spread the love Tweet Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions stands out from your typical soccer sim titles. The game mixes charming anime players and a real-time rock-paper-scissors dribbling system to produce the most unique game on the market. And now, players are about to get even more to do. Today marks the beginning of season
Spread the love Tweet The first time Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions was shown I was immediately hooked. The bombastic trailer made the game look like the arcade-style football game the world truly needs. Unfortunately, Tsubasa isn’t quite that game, but that doesn’t make it any less great. Sure, getting something in the vein of
Spread the love 0 Tweet As a long-suffering FIFA fan who’s been on the lookout for a fun soccer game to play since November, Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions was a welcome announcement from Bandai Namco earlier this year. The game is based on the very popular anime franchise. It features arcade-style soccer and great anime-like
Spread the love Tweet While FIFA and PES continue to churn out yearly releases, the arcade sports scene has seemingly died off, especially when it comes to soccer. While the Mario Strikers series used to be a nice alternative, all we have seen recently is a soccer mode in Mario Sports Superstars for 3DS in 2016.