If you love classic sports manga, then get ready to bring it to your phone with Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team! The title, a head-to-head soccer sim, will be released globally on December in markets outside of Japan.
Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team was originally released in Japan on June 13 and was downloaded over 4 million times. Players who join the game now will receive a free Tsubasa card and 25 Dreamballs (Dream Team‘s in-game currency).
To celebrate the game’s new release, game developers Klab Inc. began a Pre-Kickoff Campaign to entice potential players. This contest gives players a chance to win Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team t-shirts and original artwork from Captain Tsubasa creator Yoichi Takahashi.
The rules are simple. According to the game’s official press release:
To pre-register for Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team, players are simply asked to follow the official Twitter or Facebook account. The pre-registration event is currently being held in all 135+ countries and regions the global version of the game is planned for release in.
The campaign began with an official message from Takahashi and will end on November 30th.
Will you be itching to try Dream Team, or would you prefer something based on newer sports anime? Let me know in the comments — I’d love to hear what you think.