Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise Gets New Combat Trailer; Digital Pre-orders Now Available

By Mike Sousa on August 19, 2018, 9:46AM EDT
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SEGA has released a brand new combat trailer for the upcoming Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise that teaches the basics of Hokuto Shinken. In addition, SEGA also announced that digital pre-orders for Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise are now available on the PlayStation Store.

All digital pre-orders come with the following bonus items:

  • Destiny Talisman Pack: A set of six Destiny Talismans featuring the Five Chariot Guardians of Nanto: Juza, Fudo, Shuren, Huey, and Rihaku, as well as Raoh's loyal horse, Kokuoh. When equipped, each of these talismans hold various useful abilities that will aid Kenshiro's dangerous journey!
  • Theme + Avatar Set: Show your love for the series with this stylish Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise theme and character avatars!

Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise is a high-intensity action-adventure RPG based within the world of the beloved Fist of the North Star manga. Players take control of Kenshiro as they progress through an alternate universe of the original story, explore the post-apocalyptic wastes of the Earth in a customizable buggy, and tear through groups of thugs using Kenshiro's signature Hokuto Shinken techniques.

Lost Paradise's world is packed with character-developing and world-building side missions, as well as a collection of hilarious minigames. From buggy races and rhythm-based Hokuto Shinken chiropractic therapy sessions, to managing a nightclub and more, there are plenty of adventures that explore the world outside of battle in new and creative ways. Combat and character progression also play major roles in Lost Paradise. Kenshiro fights using classic Hokuto Shinken assassination techniques unlocked with experience earned throughout the story, by defeating enemies, and completing side missions and minigames.

Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise will launch exclusively on PS4 in both physical and digital formats on the 2nd of October.

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