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Naruto Shippuden Legends: Akatsuki Rising Brings 3D Brawling To PSP

By Spencer . June 10, 2009 . 9:36am

Naruto Shippuden Legends: Akatsuki Rising takes players through the Rescue Gaara arc of the anime, but not through a line up of one on one matches. This Naruto game is a 3D brawler.

Post 38848

Hands On Project Cube (It’s A Square Enix Shooter)

By Spencer . June 10, 2009 . 8:21am

One of the more unusual offerings at E3 was Project Cube, an Xbox Live Arcade title developed by Square Enix. It’s not a puzzle game, based on an existing franchise, or a RPG.   Project Cube shares more in common with dual analog stick shooters like Robotron and Geometry Wars than it does with Dragon […]

Post 38786

Yes, Warriors: Legends of Troy Is Like Dynasty Warriors

By Spencer . June 9, 2009 . 10:25am

Unlike all the dozens of Warriors games Warriors: Legends of Troy is not being handled by Omega Force. Koei’s Canada studio is developing the title, which is a blend of Dynasty Warriors and Greek mythology.

Post 38775

Koei Cancels Warriors Orochi Z For North America

By Spencer . June 9, 2009 . 9:12am

Koei repackaged the two Warriors Orochi games and added a few characters like Sanzang Fashi to make Musou Orochi Z for the PlayStation 3. The game came out in Japan in March, but it won’t cross the Pacific.

Post 38736

Hands On Bayonetta: Witch vs. Witch Walking On Walls

By Spencer . June 8, 2009 . 5:53pm

Bayonetta is one smooth stylish action game. It’s not going to revolutionize the genre, but the over the top torture attacks will spark plenty of “whoa” moments.

Post 38728

Resident Evil Portable “Totally Different For A Resident Evil Game”

By Spencer . June 8, 2009 . 3:12pm

Capcom’s super secret E3 game was Resident Evil Portable, which was shown for a split second during Sony’s press conference. Other than hearing it exists we don’t know much about it.

Post 38723

What Retail PSP Games Are Also Coming To PSP Go?

By Spencer . June 8, 2009 . 2:00pm

The PSP has a solid line up this year, but how many upcoming games will be available as digital downloads. The PSP Go doesn’t have a UMD drive and Sony has yet to announce a solution for physical UMD games.

Post 38694

Trine Is Atlus’ Other E3 Surprise

By Spencer . June 8, 2009 . 10:12am

Sitting in the Atlus booth, next to the appointment desk, was a demo of Trine. Atlus picked up the worldwide rights to publish the FrozenByte’s fantasy platformer on Xbox Live Arcade.

Post 38691

Echochrono Is Like Cursor*10 Too

By Spencer . June 8, 2009 . 9:07am

Sony gave their perspective bending game a time twisting spinoff. Echochrono is closer to Cursor*10 than Echochrome. You still control a cast, but cast clones replace platform meshing.

Post 38675

Line Attack Heroes: The Line vs. The Kabuki Boss

By Spencer . June 8, 2009 . 7:53am

When I played Line Attack Heroes I jumped straight into a boss fight. The fifteen minion line wormed around the Kabuki inspired boss’ geta. Whacking the boss with a giant hammer didn’t phase it. What should a line do?

Post 38630

One Day At E3

By Louise . June 7, 2009 . 12:58pm

I don’t know how people can do multiple days of convention. One day of E3 was enough for me. It must take a lot of stamina to work the booths for so many days straight.

Post 38577

What Guitar Freaks Could Have Been Like In North America

By Spencer . June 5, 2009 . 6:00pm

Before Guitar Hero was a hit and Rock Band was a billion dollar franchise Working Designs attempted to bring Konami’s Bemani music game Guitar Freaks overseas.

Post 38555

Span Smasher Is Nintendo’s Next Motion Plus Game

By Spencer . June 5, 2009 . 2:20pm

Nintendo had two Wii Motion Plus games on display at E3. I’m sure you heard of a little game called Wii Sports Resort. Span Smasher, a quirky title from Artoon the makers of the Yoshi’s Island games, also supports the accessory.

Post 38548

Glory of Heracles Questions Treasure Hunting In Homes

By Spencer . June 5, 2009 . 1:20pm

Ransacking homes for healing herbs in RPGs isn’t taboo. After all, you’re a hero on a quest to save the world, and if a family’s meager savings can help you buy a bigger broadsword that’s OK.

Post 38543

Handful Of Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Tales Coming Next Month

By Spencer . June 5, 2009 . 12:03pm

You won’t have to wait too long for your next Final Fantasy IV: The After Years fix. Unlike the mobile phone version, Square Enix plans on releasing multiple tales every month.

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