Fate/Tiger Colosseum announced for the PSP

Fate/Stay Night - Image 1The website insert credit reports that Capcom has announced yet another manga-adaptation for the PSP. According to the write-up, the new action fighting game is called Fate/Tiger Colosseum, and is currently on Cavia‘s working table.

Fate/Tiger Colosseum is actually based on the best-selling manga Fate/Stay Night of Type-Moon. There are no details yet as to the actual content of the game, but just so you won’t be leaving here empty-handed, we’ll give you a quick rundown of what the origin, Fate/Stay Night, is all about. Maybe from there, we can have an inkling of what to expect from the up and coming Fate/Tiger Colosseum.

Fate/Stay Night was released on January 2004 and instantly became one of the most popular visual novels in history. It got so popular, in fact, that it earned the moniker of “highest selling visual novel” of 2004. Later on, it became a PS2 title. The story basically revolves around a two-week period in a young mechanic’s life, Shiro Emiya. The background of Shiro is interesting by itself. A decade ago, his parents died in a fire, which also destroyed a big part of the city.

Shiro was lucky, as he was saved from sure death by Kiritsugu Emiya, a man described as enigmatic.  Kiritsugu turns out to be a sorcerer. The foster father also then reveals that his ambition in life is to become a “Hero of Justice”, but here, he unfortunately fails. So, Shiro then takes it upon himself by promising that he will devote his life becoming what his foster father failed to become.

There you go. That’s pretty much the synopsis of Fate/Tiger Colosseum‘s origin, Fate/Stay Night. Again, we don’t know how much of Fate/Stay Night’s elements will be incorporated in Fate/Tiger, but rest assured that we will be on it as soon as we catch wind of some more news on this.

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Fate/Stay Night - Image 1The website insert credit reports that Capcom has announced yet another manga-adaptation for the PSP. According to the write-up, the new action fighting game is called Fate/Tiger Colosseum, and is currently on Cavia‘s working table.

Fate/Tiger Colosseum is actually based on the best-selling manga Fate/Stay Night of Type-Moon. There are no details yet as to the actual content of the game, but just so you won’t be leaving here empty-handed, we’ll give you a quick rundown of what the origin, Fate/Stay Night, is all about. Maybe from there, we can have an inkling of what to expect from the up and coming Fate/Tiger Colosseum.

Fate/Stay Night was released on January 2004 and instantly became one of the most popular visual novels in history. It got so popular, in fact, that it earned the moniker of “highest selling visual novel” of 2004. Later on, it became a PS2 title. The story basically revolves around a two-week period in a young mechanic’s life, Shiro Emiya. The background of Shiro is interesting by itself. A decade ago, his parents died in a fire, which also destroyed a big part of the city.

Shiro was lucky, as he was saved from sure death by Kiritsugu Emiya, a man described as enigmatic.  Kiritsugu turns out to be a sorcerer. The foster father also then reveals that his ambition in life is to become a “Hero of Justice”, but here, he unfortunately fails. So, Shiro then takes it upon himself by promising that he will devote his life becoming what his foster father failed to become.

There you go. That’s pretty much the synopsis of Fate/Tiger Colosseum‘s origin, Fate/Stay Night. Again, we don’t know how much of Fate/Stay Night’s elements will be incorporated in Fate/Tiger, but rest assured that we will be on it as soon as we catch wind of some more news on this.

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