Sega of America has released a new trailer for the Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F PlayStation 3 game. Project Diva F is the first Hutsune Miku console game to be released in the west. The trailer features Kurousa-P’s “Senbonzakura” song for Hatsune Miku, Junky’s “Melancholic” song for Kagamine Rin and Kurousa-P’s “ACUTE” for Hatsune Miku, Megarine Luka, and Kaito. The game will be available from 27 August.
The game will be available on both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Network in America, but it will only be available on PlayStation Network in Europe. Sega has said that the Western release “will include all of the updated graphics, additional songs, and features of the Japanese version.” Players can also choose from multiple vocaloid characters, and will be able to customise their vocaloid’s clothing.
Sega has released an announcement trailer for the Western release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F. The game will be available on both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Network in America, while it will only be available on PlayStation Network in Europe. The vocaloid rhythm game will be available in both territories in August, and a demo is now available in the PlayStation Store.
The video features “Tell Your World” and “Odds & Ends” – just two of the 38 songs available in Project Diva F.
Sega has said that the Western release “will include all of the updated graphics, additional songs, and features of the Japanese version.”
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.
Sega is suing Level-5, claiming that the Inazuma Eleven football game series is in violation of two of its patents. The suit is in direct relation to the manipulation of a character in game with the usage of a stylus or finger. Sega is seeking damages of ¥900 million (£6.78m), and also wants to block the sale of all eight Inazuma Eleven games. Level-5 has responded, saying, “We are preparing to refute the claim, and will withhold any further comment at this time.”
The first Inazuma Eleven game was released in 2008 on the Nintendo DS, and, along with seven other subsequent games, has spawned several anime and manga adaptations; the most recent of which, Inazuma Eleven Go vs. Danbōru Senki W, was released in Japanese cinemas earlier this month.
Nintendo have officially announced what titles will be available with the Wii U’s launch on 30 November.
“We’re making sure that Wii U owners will have great games to play from the moment they open the box, and that a steady stream of fun new games is always on the way,” Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America’s president and COO, said in a released statement. “We have something for everyone, from new franchises to creative new approaches to familiar favourites.”
Nintendo also revealed even more titles that will be coming during the “launch window” in the following months of the consoles launch.
Wii U launch day titles:
New Super Mario Bros. U
Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Assassin’s Creed III
ESPN Sports Connection
Just Dance 4
Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2013
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment:
Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition
Game Party Champions
Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two – Disney Interactive
FIFA Soccer 13 – Electronic Arts
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed – SEGA
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 – NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc
Warriors Orochi 3 Hyper – Tecmo Koei America Corporation
November Wii U Releases:
Chasing Aurora – Broken Rules
Cloudberry Kingdom – Pwnee Studios
Little Inferno – Tomorrow Corporation
Madden NFL 13 – Electronic Arts
Mighty Switch Force HD – WayForward
Nano Assault Neo – Shin’en (digital)
TANK! TANK! TANK! – NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc.
Toki Tori 2 – Two Tribes (digital)
Trine 2: Director’s Cut – Frozenbyte (digital)
January Wii U Release:
Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm – Alien Gaijin Games (digital)
Wii U Launch Window:
007 Legends – Activision Publishing, Inc.
Aliens: Colonial Marines – SEGA
Ben 10 Omniverse – D3Publisher
Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2013 – Activision Publishing, Inc.
Family Party: 30 Great Games: Obstacle Arcade – D3Publisher
Funky Barn – 505 Games
Game & Wario – Nintendo
Jeopardy! – THQ
LEGO City: Undercover – Nintendo
Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth – Ubisoft
Mass Effect 3 – Electronic Arts
NBA 2K13 – 2K Sports
Pikmin 3 – Nintendo
Rapala Pro Bass Fishing – Activision Publishing, Inc.
Rayman Legends – Ubisoft
Rise of the Guardians: The Video Game – D3Publisher
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 itis scheduled for release on Nintendo 3DS in Japan next year.