Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel is a new fighting game for PS3 and PS4 that is filled with Nitroplus characters spanning everything from visual novels to hit anime.
The top pic shows some of the better known ones, such as Saber from Fate/Zero, or Akane from Psycho-Pass.
Here are all the playable characters:
Aino Heart (Arcana Heart), Al Azif (Demonbane series)
Anna (Gekko no Carnevale), Echika (Tokyo Necro)
Ein (Phantom: Phantom of Inferno), Homura (Senran Kagura)
Ignis (Jingai Makyo), Mora (Vampirdzhija Vjedogonia)
Ouka (OKStyle mascot), Ruili (Kikokugai: The Cyber Slayer)
Saber (Fate/Zero), Sansei Muramasa (Full Metal Daemon: Muramasa)
Saya (Saya no Uta), Super Sonico (Super Sonico)
Akane Tsunemori (Psycho-Pass), Alushia (Hakubo no Dendoshi)
Amy (Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet), Angela Balzac (Expelled from Paradise)
Another Blood (Kishin Hisho Demonbane), Anri (Tenshi no Nicho Kenju -AngelosArmas-)
Aoi Muko (Kimi to Kanojo to Kanojo no Koi), Carol (Guilty Crown: Lost Christmas)
Dragon (Dra†KoI), Ishima Kaigen (Hanachirasu)
Kurono Franco (Zoku Satsuriku no Jango -Jikogu no Shokin Kubi-), Miyuki Sone (Kimi to Kanojo to Kanojo no Koi)
Mugen Yoguruma (D.Y.N. Freaks), Natsumi Aibara (Hello, world.)
Sakura (Axanael), Spica (Sumaga)
Super Sonico (Super Sonico), Iria Hogyo (Tokyo Necro)
Yoishi Mitsurugi (Phenomeno), Yuki Takeya (School-Live!)
Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel was released in Japan on December 10, 2015. It is scheduled for a Western release sometime in 2016.
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