Gungrave: GORE feature

First gameplay trailer released for Gungrave G.OR.E

Prime Matter and Studio IGGYMOB have released a new trailer for Gungrave G.O.R.E. According to the teams, this trailer features the latest, blood spraying gore-tastic gameplay as the dual pistol wielding, coffin carrying, undead manifestation of retribution unleashes his vengeful fury on his hapless foes (with a few surprises to boot).

The creator of the anti-hero Grave, Yasuhiro Nightow, revealed that Nakamura has been heavily involved in working alongside the developers, bringing her own unique style to the project and helping Studio IGGYMOB fulfill their vision.

Ikumi Nakamura said:

“This collaboration with Gungrave G.O.R.E was such a precious time for me as a fan of the original Gungrave series. The experience also had me thinking a lot and brought up many good memories. Please look forward to more news that will be coming soon.”

Kay Kim, Senior V.P of Studio IGGYMOB, added:

“Her creation and passion is incredible, with the unique and fresh approach she brings, it’s the perfect match for what we wanted for Gungrave G.O.R.E. In true Gungrave style, nothing is quite what it seems. We don’t want to give too much away right now, but each boss Grave encounters has a higher, more powerful form of themselves, the “Superior Boss.” Here you can see one of Ikumi Nakamura’s characters in full action – her interpretation and realization of our ‘Yensen Superior.’”

Lastly, we should note that this trailer starts with an extended cinematic. The gameplay trailer begins right after it.

Enjoy!

Gungrave G.O.R.E - Gameplay Reveal + Extended Cinematic Trailer

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