(Featured Image Source: Studio Z / Hiroyuki Takei / Bridge / Netflix)
The upcoming Shaman King mobile RPG, Shaman King: Funbari Chronicle, has gotten a December 8th release date.
Shaman King: Funbari Chronicle was announced earlier this year and is being developed by Studio Z. The official Twitter account will countdown the release to the game with messages from Shaman King’s cast.
Shaman King originally began in 1998 as a manga written by Hiroyuki Takei. It would later get an anime adaption in 2001, shortly before the manga would be briefly canceled. Earlier this year, a reboot anime series was released and streamed globally by Netflix.
Shaman King: Funbari Chronicle is currently only set to launch in Japan on December 8th for iOS and Android devices, but fans in the West can hold out hope for a wide release.
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