Sgt. Frog makes a compelling argument for manga licenses

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Sgt. Frog makes a compelling argument for manga licenses
We generally approach anime and manga games hesitantly, much like one would approach a bear trap surrounded by a moat. But Namco Bandai's latest Sgt. Frog (Keroro Gunso) game, Super Movie Version Sgt. Frog 3: It's an Adventure in the Sky! looks not only really dang cute but also very clear and colorful.

As the title suggests, this game ties into an upcoming theatrical release, meaning that it is not only an anime license, but a movie license as well. If more movies would do things like completely changing the genre for a boss battle (like the shmup seen in Dengeki's screens), we might not be so harsh on licenses. Also if they weren't terrible all the time.

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