Atlus USA has released a full trailer of its new Nintendo 3DS RPG, Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl. The full trailer has been released for the game’s launch. Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl is now available in stores and on the 3DS eShop.
Nintendo has released a new English-dubbed trailer for its 3DS RPG, which introduces the game’s main characters and features. Bravely Default will be available on 6 December (Europe) and early 2014 (US).
The western release of this game is a localised version of the Japanese Bravely Default: For the Sequel, which contains a few improvements on the original, including a better user-interface, character animations during conversations, adjustable random encounter rates and three new difficulty levels. Players will also be able to switch between English and Japanese audio.
The original version of this game, Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, was released in Japan in October 2012.
The Pokémon Company has released a new trailer for the Pokémon X & Y 3DS games. The games will be available worldwide on 12 October.
The video introduces how players can select their character, gather four companions, and explore the new Kalos region, which contains never-before-seen Pokémon. New features like the horde encounters, sky battles, and the new Fairy type are also showcased in the trailer.
For fans in Japan, two limited edition 3DS XL machines will be available, bundled with a copy of either game on a SDHC card.
Xerneas and Yveltal Blue:
Premium Gold (only available in Pokémon Centres):
Sega has released a new English trailer for Namco Bandai Games’ crossover RPG Project X Zone, which will be available on Nintendo 3DS on 25 June (US), 4 July (AUS) and 5 July (EU). A demo of the game has just been released on the Nintendo eShop.
The trailer previews some of the animated sequenced created by Trigger anime studio and directed by Akira Amemiya (animator on Gurren Lagann and Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt). It also reveals a few of the vast roster of characters available from 27 different titles.
The game was originally released in Japan last October.
It was announced on the wraparound sleeve of the latest and second volume of the BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger novels that an anime adaptation of the fighting game series has been green-lit.
Toshimichi Mori, the game designer of the BlazBlue series, previously said in 2010 that he wanted his games to be adapted into an animation. The Game creators Arc System Works’ European partner Zen United responded to this by creating an official petition to support the anime adaptation.
The first BlazBlue title, BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger, was released in 2008 as an arcade game. BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma is the latest title in the series, and was released in Japan on the Nintendo 3DS in December last year.
Level-5’s 3DS game Liberation Maiden is being released worldwide for iOS devices. The robot shooter game was originally produced by Grasshopper Manufacture’s Goichi “Suda 51” Suda (Lollipop Chainsaw) for the Guild01 videogame compilation, and features cutscenes animated by Bones animation studio.
The game is out now – selling at £2.99, $4.99 or ¥600 – and is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
In Liberation Maiden, the player controls Shoko Ozora, Second President of New Japan, as she fights against invaders in order to liberate her country.
Capcom has released a video to showcase the new Infernal difficulty mode of its latest Resident Evil instalment Revelations. The game, also known as Biohazard: Revelations in Japan, will be available on PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U from 21 May (US), 23 (Japan) and 24 (EU).
The new Infernal Mode, which was not included in the original 3DS game, offers an almost impossible level of difficulty, with randomised enemy and item placements.
Three new promotional videos have been released by Nintendo for the upcoming release of the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Magnagate and the Infinite Labyrinth game, which will be available on the 3DS in Japan on 23 November. Voice actress Rie Kugimiya (Gintama‘s Kagura, Fairy Tail‘s Happy, Hayate the Combat Butler‘s Nagi) vocalises the latest incarnation of Pikachu featured in the short animations.
The game turns players into a Pokémon as if in some sort of dream; the players partner up with other Pokémon to explore the world. Using augmented reality technology, players can scan objects in the real world that will then become “magnagates”, opening up new dungeons to explore within the game.
A new trailer of Shin Megami Tensei IV, a Nintendo 3DS game developed by Atlus, has been released, which reveals more of the gameplay, including exploration and battles.
Atlus will be releasing an uncut version of this trailer at the Sega booth of the Tokyo Game Show 2012. The fourth Shin Megami Tensei game was first revealed back in May in Famitsu magazine and it is scheduled for release on Nintendo 3DS in Japan next year.
President Satoru Iwata is finally going reveal the launch details for the WiiU, tonight at midnight Pacific Time (3am in Japan). After keeping quiet for so long about the WiiU, including it’s capabilities, it’s not surprising that this announcement comes as a long awaited oasus in the desert of WiiU news. Iwata will be releasing the date of launch as well as the pricing information for the WiiU.
But the bonuses don’t stop there. As stated in the video below, a U.S. Wii U Preview event is also set to air tomorrow at 10 am Eastern Time. There is also a European Preview event scheduled for the same time (3pm Greenwich Mean Time). One would think after keeping it under wraps for so long, more information would be released on the WiiU, but a launch date and price is all Nintendo’s ready to give out just yet.
Nintendo COO Reggie Fils-Aime talks with Mario and Luigi about the WiiU
Article by K. Cooper
Phoenix Wright is back and he’s making his way to the 3DS.
A screenshot of the announcement in Famitsu
The latest issue of Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu has revealed that the fifth Ace Attorney game – set to be released on 3DS – will see a return from the all-famous Attorney Phoenix Wright, after he took a short break from the courtroom to concede to newbie Apollo Justice.
Although there is no set release date for the new title as of yet, Phoenix Wright apparently also has a mysterious new female partner who serves as a “central figure in the game”.
The site Andriasang suggests that the in-game characters will be in full 3D, with the lower screen on the 3DS showing icons for facial expressions that your characters can use during testimony.
However the mere suggestion of ‘Phoenix Wright is Objecting once more’ – not to mention also having a crossover title on the 3DS with the infamous Professor Layton – will see fans bursting with anticipation over the lawyer with the gravity defying hair.
For more details, head over to Andriasang’s Article on Ace Attorney 5.
Article by K.Cooper