Through an advance, Tango Gameworks has announced Hero says , a title for mobile platforms that will lash a limited way in Japan. Planned for the next spring, the game will mix combat elements by shifts with the components of the auto-battlers. As we see in the trailer, players will have to make dice runs to determine their type of attack and can use a series of cards like power-ups. The position of the character on stage, which will be grid style, will also affect so much Attack as to the defense.
In the progress itself, Tango developers invite interested parties to pre-register on the game’s website to receive some exclusive objects for the launch. Although it has not yet been confirmed if there are plans to distribute the title outside of Japan, since the study they have specified that it can be enjoyed cooperatively with up to three companions.
Beyond Hero says, Tango Gameworks plans to launch Ghostwire: Tokyo on March 25. We also know that the team is still working on a project yet to be announced that it has the collaboration of John Johanas, the director of The Evil Within 2. According to Mikami himself, soon we will have even more details.