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The Seven Deadly Sins hits mobile gaming with a bang

by Sean P. Aune | March 5, 2020March 5, 2020 1:13 pm EST

The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross has already won over the world of anime, and now it’s going to be tackling the world of mobile gaming.

While we were in New York City for Toy Fair 2020, we also had a chance to meet up with NetMarble and get a demo of the Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross.

We’ll say off the top that the game is gorgeous. From cut scenes to battles, The Seven Deadly Sins looks as though you’re playing a fully animated series. Add in the fact you’re playing on something like an iPad, and it’s just mind-boggling how good this looks.

As to the gameplay, it’s a turn-based JRPG that appears simple on the surface, but it looks like it gets more complicated the deeper you go. From multiple rarities of characters to other variables, it’s going to take work to master this title.

There’s a lot of support planned for the title with different events, so expect to be challenged month after month.

The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross is a free-to-play title meaning you have nothing to lose by giving it a shot, and you may just run into us putting in some time as well.

You can download The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross App Store and Google Play.



Experience Britannia with Fan-Favorite Anime Heroes, Card-Based Role-Playing Combat, Over 100 Cutscenes, and Authentic Storytelling from The Seven Deadly Sins Anime

Netmarble Corp is proud to announce that The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross, the cinematic adventure mobile roleplaying game (RPG) made in partnership with Kodansha Ltd., is now available for download worldwide for the App Store and Google Play. Previously featured as the #1 game on the App Store and Google Play in Japan from 2019, anime fans and players alike can experience the world of Britannia on the go and relive Meliodas’ journey as captain of The Seven Deadly Sins in an all-new gaming experience.

The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross translates the storytelling and adventures of The Seven Deadly Sins, into a highly engaging and entertaining mobile gaming experience. The game features stunning, high-resolution 3D graphics and over 100 dramatic cutscenes, and is brought to life with the cast of the original Japanese voice actors reprising their characters.

Players can select from a wide roster of heroes from the series to build their very own team and defeat enemies with a novel approach to card-based combat systems. There is an emphasis on combining cards and characters for special moves and extensive interaction with the main The Seven Deadly Sins team. These include character dialogue, an affection system, cooking, and unique costumes, some of which are exclusive to the game.

“As fans of video games and anime, the Netmarble team found The Seven Deadly Sins was abundant with the type of stories and gameplay we strive to achieve with our games, and we developed new technology to replicate the original work in a manner that is faithful to fans of the anime,” said Simon Sim, President of Netmarble US. “We are excited to finally deliver a game that is authentic and enjoyable to players and The Seven Deadly Sins fans alike, especially following the game reaching #1 on the Japanese App Store and Google Play stores, and look forward to seeing what global fans think of the game.”

 To celebrate the launch, and for the game cumulatively reaching over 2 million pre-registrations before launch, those that pre-registered for The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross can look forward to receiving the following at launch:

  • 1x Meliodas in-game character, the main hero of The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross
  • 1x in-game costume and weapon for Meliodas
  • 30 Diamonds (The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross’ premium currency, 10 Draws value)
  • 100,000 Gold (The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross’s in-game currency)
  • An exclusive box that offers in-game items, including a special costume for Elizabeth, the main heroine of The Seven Deadly Sins

 The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross is now available for download on the App Store and Google Play in 2020. For more information, please visit the game’s official website and Facebook.


Sean P. Aune

Sean Aune has been a pop culture aficionado since before there was even a term for pop culture. From the time his father brought home Amazing