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Koei-Tecmo is using the airing of the anime’s second season as an opportunity to promote the new Attack on Titan game for 3DS, subtitled as Escape from Certain Death.

That’s why we have a bunch of new screenshots and video clips that show the characters featured in Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death and some of the mechanics that players will have to know in order to use.

Check everything out after the jump:

Koei Tecmo published a pair of commercials for Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death today. Both are attached below.

Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death has been delayed to May 11 in Japan. The 3DS title was set to release on March 30, and it has been delayed to improve its quality.


Koei Tecmo has released a new trailer for Attack on Titan: Escape From Certain Death. The game is due for 3DS in Japan on March 30. Check out the trailer below:

Some new screenshots for Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death have popped up. These showcase various scenes of character interaction and dialogue between the members of the Survey Corps, as well as the new “Battle Act” system. This is essentially a series of quicktime events that occur when you encounter a Titan – pressing the right buttons within the time limit is necessary in order to escape unharmed, or even defeat the Titan.

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Koei Tecmo has various 3DS themes lined up to promote Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death. The latest one, pictured above, is a pre-order bonus.

We also have a pair of short videos below showing the Eren and Levi 3DS themes. For Levi, you’ll need to purchase the Treasure Box in order to gain access.

Koei Tecmo is including two 3DS themes for pre-orders of the Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death Treasure Box Edition. We now have a look at one of them below.


Koei Tecmo prepared a new set of Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death screenshots and details today. This time around, we’re able to learn more about the different gameplay systems. The images also show event scenes. We have the full roundup below, courtesy of Gematsu.

Break Time

– Speak with your partner when it’s safe and titans aren’t around
– Choose what you want to talk about from the range of “topics” you procured during your exploration
– When you enter Break Time and have strong bonds with your partner, you may talk about private things that you wouldn’t normally talk about
– Your partner may come off as cold depending on the player’s choices


– Your “Despair” rises if you encounter a critical situation or make the wrong choices,
– If your level of Despair rises, you won’t be able to make normal decisions

Time Limit Choices

– Serious situations may limit the amount of time you have to make a choice
– Whether you’re able to make the right choice in a tense situation will be the key to your escape

Tool Screen

– Use this screen to check the tools you found during your exploration
– Find something useful for your escape through careful exploration

Return Alive from Despair with your Partner

– Mikasa appears when you’re in the despair that is the threat of an approaching titan
– Using the blades in her hands, she accurately slices the nape of the titan
– In order to rescue you from the point of death, Hanji implements certain strategies
– When you’re tired from fighting titans, and have come to the point where you’re soaked in their blood and drool, Levi will offer a shoulder to lean on
– It is this moment where the distance between them becomes much closer
– Even in an ominous old castle, Mikasa always appears calm
– Other than escaping, she also seems to be looking for Eren
– Hanji gets strangely excited about titans
– A desperate situation could be the ideal chance for Hanji to meet a titan


Koei Tecmo has come out with the first full trailer for Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death. Have a look at it below.

Update: Here’s the boxart:


Original: Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death will release for the 3DS on March 30 in Japan. The game will cost 5,800 yen. There is also a Treasure Box version of the game, retailing for 12,800 yen, which includes a visual book, soundtrack, two waterproof posters, six tin badges, and download codes for 3DS themes featuring Miksasa and Levi. First-print copies of both versions will also have a download code for an Eren theme, and first-print copies of the Treasure Box edition will have one for an Erwin theme.

The game will center around an original character, who, while investigating outside humanity’s defensive walls, gets trapped beneath an old castle. Their 3D maneuver gear is damaged, and thus they and a partner must find their way out of the underground.

Koei Tecmo has also released a teaser trailer for the game, which can be viewed below:


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