Sawyer meets vampires in Bloodline JRPG Crossover [EXCLUSIVE]

Sawyer meets vampires in Bloodline JRPG Crossover [EXCLUSIVE]

The mobile JRPG Bloodline: The Last Royal Vampire crosses over with the brutal manga Chainsaw Man by adding new characters and rewards.

An epic crossover between the manga series Chainsawman and the mobile game Bloodline: The Last Royal Vampire will allow players to collect exclusive characters, a special outfit and more. Available on iOS and Android devices, the retro-style mobile JRPG is itself based on a popular Chinese graphic novel. The popularity of Chainsawman has left many fans waiting for a video game adaptation, and the upcoming collaboration with Bloodline: The Last Royal Vampire will finally deliver that experience.


While Chainsawman don’t get a video game yet, Screen Rant can exclusively reveal ahead of the official announcement Crunchyroll’s exciting collaboration between the dark fantasy manga and Bloodline: The Last Royal Vampire. A trailer posted on YouTube by Crunchyroll Collection reveals that the crossover will run from December 20 to early January 2023 and will introduce heavily pixilated versions of Chainsawman the characters Denji, Power and Aki to the mobile JRPG’s roster. The Bloodline: The Last Royal Vampire the crossover will also add a special Denji outfit, cosmetic profile items, and unique daily rewards. By logging into the game today, December 19th, players will earn money to give them a head start on collecting Chainsawman prizes.

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Denji as Chainsaw Man from the Chainsaw Man anime

As the manga series has become increasingly popular since its premiere in 2018, many fans are feeling it Chainsawman is perfect for a video game given its action-packed premise. The series follows Denji, a young man who fuses with a being called Pochita and hunts down other devils to clear his debt. Pochita gives Denji the ability to transform parts of his body into chainsaws, making him a brutally effective melee fighter and masterful Devil Hunter. The premise for Chainsawman would be a perfect fit for a hack-and-slash action game, but Bloodline: The Last Royal Vampire has brought the manga’s cast into the world of mobile RPGs instead.

Instead of an action-packed experience filled with fast-paced chainsaw battles, Bloodline: The Last Royal Vampire provides a robust JRPG experience where players can assemble a massive roster of heroes. Many anime series have been adapted into JRPG games such as One Piece Odysseybut Bloodline features hundreds of characters and customization mechanics that make each player’s heroic roster truly unique. Players build their own squad of warriors and heroes to battle hunters and evil demons, making Denji and his friends a perfect fit.

The Chainsawman and Bloodline: The Last Royal Vampire crossover will let players add Denji, Power, and Aki to their JRPG team starting December 20th. Logging into the mobile title today, December 19, will also provide free currency to prepare for the collaboration event. Bloodline: The Last Royal Vampire allows players to battle hunters and demons across a fantasy world, and Chainsawman heroes like Denji and Power should be ideal allies in that fantasy battle.

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Source: Crunchyroll Collection/YouTube

  • Chainsaw Man Anime Poster

    Chainsawman – Anime

    Ryan Colt Levy, Fairouz Ai, Sarah Wiedenheft, Suzie Yeung, Reagan Murdock

    Release date:


    Main genre:

    Animation, action, horror

    Chainsaw Man is an adaptation of the popular manga written by Tatsuki Fujimoto, which airs on Crunchyroll in the West. Denji, a young man who works tirelessly for the Yakuza to pay off the debt his late father beset him with hunting devils with the help of his little friend Pochita, also known as the chainsaw devil. When the Yakuza kill him to get a contract with another devil, Pochita rescues Denji and the two forge a contract, allowing Denji to get revenge on the Yakuza. Now wanted by an agency known as the Public Safety Division, Denji joins a team led by the mysterious Makima. Denji now relentlessly hunts down devils in the service of his newfound crush, Makima, slowly reaching their ultimate goal of meeting the ultimate devil.

    Studio apartment:


    Grades of:
    Tatsuki Fujimoto

    Tatsuki Fujimoto


    Main roles:
    Denji, Power, Makima, Aki, Pochita

    Production company:
    MAPPA, Shueisha

    TV MA

    History of:
    Tatsuki Fujimoto

    Tatsuki Fujimoto

    Number of episodes:

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