Samurai Shodown’s Nakoruru Joins Mobile RPG AFK Arena

Nakoruru AFK Arena

SNK Corporation has announced that Nakoruru from its critically acclaimed weapon-based fighting game, Samurai Shodown, is heading to Lilith Games’ popular mobile RPG game AFK Arena.

The character is available right now in AFK Arena, but she isn’t the only character set to arrive in the game. SNK has planned more collaborations with other IPs on the way, which is exciting, to say the least.

AFK Arena is the idle RPG title by Lilith Games. It was nominated for Google Play’s Best of 2019 Users’ Choice Best Game award and has since been downloaded over 45 million times all around the world. A commercial was also launched in Japan that showed Nakoruru as the new hero in the game.

If you are unaware of the game, AFK Arena is a role-playing game that allows you to obtain and personalize heroes. Your heroes will then make up a team that will be ready to fight all types of opponents.

Nakoruru was added to Samurai Shodown itself last year in April. A trailer was also released which showed the character in all her glory, as well as some moves with her hawk, Mamahaha. While Nakoruru may seem like the innocent, don’t let her fool you with her looks. She is quite capable of dealing with serious damage either alone or with her faithful sidekick.

Young, fast, and deadly Nakoruru can take to the skies or even reflect attacks from her enemies. The young Kamui warrior Nakoruru, a long-running staple of the Samurai Shodown universe, is here to show you her nature-inspired move set along with the help of her trusty pet hawk Mamahaha. Nakoruru will do anything to protect her beloved Mother Nature, and that includes death for those who dishonor her.

What do you think of Samurai Shodown’s Nakoruru joining Lilith Games’ AFK Arena? Post your comments below and let us know what you have to say.

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An ardent lover for first-person shooter games, Salik has been part of GamesHedge all through its journey. His love for competitive gaming started with Counter-Strike and Call of Duty, and now can be seen lurking in Valorant and Rainbow Six: Siege.

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