Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon Sakuretsu!! from Kaminari Games was revealed by Bushiroad on Wednesday. As a new “Director’s Cut” version, Chorogon Breath, the scrolling shoot ’em up game based on Coolkyoushinja’s Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid (Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon) manga, will be released on PC via Steam in October.
In addition to adjusting the game’s stage difficulty, the Director’s Cut will feature personified depictions of stage bosses created by original manga creator Coolkyoushinja. The director’s cut mode and standard mode can be changed by the player.
On August 25, Aksys Games launched the game on the Switch and PlayStation 4 in English. According to the business, the following is how the tale is told:
Miss Kobayashi and her servants visit Takiya’s home to investigate after receiving a mysterious email. They are suddenly (and too dramatic, let’s face it) dragged into the computer there.
On March 24, the game became available for PS4 and Switch in Japan.
A guidebook, supplemental exclusive manga by four artists, and a Weiß Schwarz PR card are all included in the limited first edition of the physical packed version, which comes in a special designed box.
The video game was made by Kaminari Games. Moss, best known for creating the scrolling shooter Raiden series, is the parent company of Kaminari Games. The Switch version of Raiden V was created by Kaminari Games.
In the first issue of Monthly Action magazine, published in May 2013, Coolkyoushinja launched the continuing Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid manga.
The manga in English is being published by Seven Seas Entertainment.
The storey served as the inspiration for an anime produced by Kyoto Animation, which debuted in Japan in January 2017.
Both Crunchyroll and Funimation streamed the anime series as it aired in Japan.
The anime was made available on DVD and Blu-ray by Funimation in April 2020.
The anime’s second season, Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S, debuted in July 2021.
Both Funiamtion and Crunchyroll are streaming English dubs of the anime that was first shown in Japan. The anime has a special “Volume S” release on Blu-ray Disc and DVD that contains the never-before-seen episode “Nippon no Omotenashi (Attend wa Dragon Desu)” (My Attendant Is a Dragon). Volume S was sent out on January 19.