Just as the Falcon is about to finish off the Luminous Avenger, a smoke bomb rolls out of nowhere, obscuring the battlefield and allowing iX to escape from Blade. He also wears white arm-length gloves with black fingers and bracelets, and has a Falcon Quill pinned to his left breast. He was overjoyed at becoming a Falcon, as he gained legal authority to perform his "art" whenever he sees fit.[2]. It is currently the highest rated game in the entire franchise and the second highest rated Inti Creates game (not counting collaborations with other developers) on Metacritic, behind only Blaster Master Zero 2. As a human attuned to the Septimal stage of the Lifewave and chosen as a Falcon specifically for his powerful abilities, Crimm has access to the Detonation Septima, which allows him to compress energy into spheres, which he can use for a variety of purposes; most often simply detonating them to cause massive, destructive explosions. Appearance. LeonMitarashi: 13: 2/25 1:32PM: LRG Retail version Typo? UUUUHHH! It was also included in RoRo Melodies / ROROMELO. A short trailer and the main artwork was published, and the game was playable at the event. In his eyes, he is the master of fine art and the world is his canvas. However, this comes at the cost of turning her into a rabid killing machine. iX merely tells her to make up for it by going to the surface and protecting Kohaku and the children as he dashes deeper into the bunker. His basic gameplay is largely recycled from his playable debut in Azure Striker Gunvolt 2, consisting of using his boosters to fly towards enemies to tag them, then unleashing a storm of homing shots to gain kudos, though there are slight adjustments. Note: This is ONLY to be used to report spam, advertising, and problematic (harassment, fighting, or rude) posts. [9], Kohaku's Lolawear outfit on the main menu. Luminous Avenger iXAuto-fab PlantSumeragi Secret Bunker 2 GV3 proper might take place between 2 and iX. Once one of many Minos fleeing persecution from Sumeragi, Blade was captured in a raid and subject to numerous experiments, turning her into a mindless servant to Demerzel, who sought to have her play the role of his "king" in his new world order. An Adept with an electric Septima who is affiliated with Sumeragi. Crimm's special attack. Given that emphasis Crimm places on explosions caused by his own Septima, it's possible that his desires are rooted in some form of narcissism. The presentation also revealed new voice actors for returning characters, having been recast to mark the start of a new series, and confirmed that a physical release would be present in Japan, and that Inti Creates were hoping to also have physical releases in other territories. He causes a huge explosion in mid-air, then continuously bombs the surrounding area. The EX Boss will fly faster with this move. I've given you my word that I'll protect Kohaku and the others." It can be destroyed by attacks from both Copen and Blade. As Copen makes his way through Sumeragi's underground bunker, Demerzel creates holograms of the various Falcons he's fought and killed to stop him. The word "Crim" is also a British synonym for "criminal". Sumeragi As Kohaku runs ahead, Blade faces down the other clones, ready to pay back the injustices Demerzel has committed to her and her comrades. His body is covered in a grey skin-tight suit layered with black and grey armor with orange accents, his legs in particular covered in large, stocky armor. She then sends a wave of electricity towards Copen. After transforming, Crimm gains two large claw-like shields in either hand. Suguru Narisawa Nonetheless, he shows a zealous, almost carnal mentality in battle, filling the battlefield with gleeful quips and demented laughter. Producer(s) He is a ruthless warrior who exterminates Minos without question, according to Sumeragi’s orders. In battle, Blade is a skilled swordsman who fights with a segmented katana that can elongate into a whip for long-range attacks, as shown in her Current Governor and Thunderandal skills. "Crimm" is taken from. The EX Boss will send the explosion along the length of the floor when he drops. Gunvolt Chronicles: Luminous Avenger iX. Height Using Orbital Edge will cause Crimm's claws to shatter, disabling his barrier and dramatically reducing his defense. Director(s) GV3 proper might take place between 2 and iX. 4 might be after iX. Inti Creates, "Art is detonation!" Dealing 999 points of damage, the central explosion of EX Crimm's Exquisite Artillery is the strongest attack in the entire franchise (not counting insta-kill moves like Clamator Aethereus), dwarfing the previous record holder. It also leaves a trail of electricity as it goes, meaning jumping behind Blade is unwise. Gunvolt kills Asimov in the true ending of GV1 though after he's revived by Joule. , Luminous Avenger iX. —Tagline, KOR, TWN, HK - September 24th, 2019[1][2]WW-September 26th, 2019Xbox One:WW-December 19th, 2019[3], Gunvolt Chronicles: Luminous Avenger iX, known in Japan as White Steel of X: THE OUT OF GUNVOLT (「白き鋼鉄のX(イクス)THE OUT OF GUNVOLT」), and also known by various shorthands such as Luminous Avenger iX, iX and LAiX, is a game developed by Inti Creates for the Nintendo Switch, PS4 and Steam, released worldwide on the 26th of September, 2019, with an early release on the 24th in select territories. Blade has the most screen time out of all the Falcons, appearing in three different stages, as well as cutscenes. If his armor is broken, Crimm will only fire one ball. Final Boss and Ending - Gunvolt Chronicles Luminous Avenger ix Artist(s) The first game in the "Gunvolt Chronicles" series[4][5][6], iX features Copen as the main protagonist, who returns alongside his gameplay from Azure Striker Gunvolt 2, more refined than ever before. … A demo was present at the event, which also revealed a few members of the Falcons, some new stages and further highlighted the game's new aesthetic compared to the main series. While under Demerzel's control, Blade is taciturn, only concerned with her primary mission of eliminating Copen as the last real resistance of the Minos. Spoken only in hushed whispers, urban legends talk of a warrior clad in pure white armour and his robotic companion: the Muse of Hope. This time around, Copen only has one skill: Twin Shredder, which is functionally identical to Shred Storm from the previous game, acting as a screen-clearing attack that gradually recharges. This doesn't affect her in-game portrait or sprite however.