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Corpse Party: Book of Shadows Arrives on PSN January 15

by William Saw - on Jan 9th 2013 - No Comments
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XSEED will release Corpse Party: Book of Shadows on the Playstation Network for Playstation Portable in North America on January 15 at a retail price of $19.99. It will also be available for purchase on the Playstation Vita at launch. ...

XSEED Releasing Unchained Blades on June 26th

by William Saw - on Jun 19th 2012 - No Comments
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XSEED Games will release its dungeon-crawling RPG game, Unchained Blades, in North America on June 26th for PSP as a digital download on the PSN for $29.99. A Nintendo 3DS version will release later this year. Unchained Blades is a role playing game played in the first person perspective and features the “Unchain” system...

XSEED To Bring Over Unchained Blades to PSP and 3DS

by William Saw - on Mar 29th 2012 - No Comments
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Dungeon crawler Unchained Blades is coming to North America on PSP and Nintendo 3DS in 2012. Originally released in Japan as UnchainBlades ReXX, Unchained Blades is directed by Toshio Akashi of the Lunar series, while the game’s story was penned by Grandia series veteran Takashi Hino. Probably the game’s most feature is the ability...

TNT Racers Review

by Diego Escala - on Jan 9th 2012 - 1 Comment

TNT Racers
Developer: Keen Games
Price: $9.99
Platform: PS3, PSP, Xbox 360, & Wii

TNT Racers ‘tracks & tricks’ subtitle seems a bit misleading once you play the game. I came in expecting a kart game mixed in with some race tracks and tricks to pull off in these tracks. All I got were race tracks with the occasional ramp to do a small jump off of. I don’t mean to start off in such a negative light, but I just thought that was worth noting to anyone considering to 2 friends I brought over to play it thought it was going to be a Joe Danger-ish kart racer when they saw it. TNT Racers is actually a pretty solid (albeit simple and content lacking) kart racer that hits most things you’d expect in the genre in the right ways. (more…)

FIFA 12 Review

by Craige Parmenter - on Oct 4th 2011 - No Comments

FIFA 12
Developer: EA Sports
Price: £44.99/$69
Platform: Xbox 360, PS3, PC, 3DS, PSP, Wii

Well the football season has started once again and that can mean only one thing; there’s a new FIFA game out for the masses to pretend they’re actually the best players in the world. I kid, I love football games but this is actually the first FIFA game I’ve owned since World Cup 98 came out on the N64 so I really am coming at this as a new comer. Should probably mention at this point that as a proud citizen of her majesty’s British Isles, I will always call football; football and never call it soccer. Just to make sure there’s no confusion. EA have been proudly making sports games for 20 years now, a fact they boast about constantly in FIFA 12, and they’ve been making the FIFA series itself since FIFA International Soccer graced the stores back in 1993. Obviously the series has come a long way since then, but old football games were fun and uncomplicated so has the realism brush been used too heavily? (more…)

Konami x Tri Ace: Frontier Gate, Beyond the Labyrinth

by William Saw - on Aug 25th 2011 - 1 Comment

At Konami’s Press Conference in Japan, the company announced games in partnership with tri-Ace. The first of which is Frontier Gate, a PSP RPG. A downloadable demo will release September 15 and players are able to carry over their save file into the final build of the game.

Konami and tri-Ace also briefly touched on Beyond the Labyrinth, a 3DS dungeon crawling RPG, revealing a trailer and announced that Tokyo Game Show attendees will find out more by playing the demo on the show floor. Screenshots and trailers for both games found below. (more…)

Persona 2: Innocent Sin Screens Mark North American Release

by William Saw - on Aug 11th 2011 - No Comments

Atlus released a batch of screenshots for Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2: Innocent Sin for the Playstation Portable. Why? The game has never been released in North America ever! Folks who pre-order will receive a 10-track CD for free, hey, you waited 12 years…might as well get a soundtrack. (more…)

Atlus to Include CD Soundtrack for Every Launch Copy of SMT: Persona 2: Innocent Sin

by William Saw - on Jul 28th 2011 - 1 Comment

In what marks the longest headline ever, Atlus has announced extremely limited pre-order incentives for Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2: Innocent Sin for the Playstation Portable. Every launch copy of the game will include a free mini-soundtrack CD featuring 10 tracks from the game’s musical score. (more…)

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