Friday, 31 August 2012
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Thursday, 30 August 2012
Professor Layton has become the definitive puzzle game on the market. With its amazing presentation and wickedly fun brain teasers, the series has single-handedly revitalised the puzzle genre.
During Nintendo's latest 3DS conference, Level-5 CEO Akihiko Hino-san announced that the beloved professor would be taking his last trip in Professor Layton and the Legacy of Super Civilisation A.
Expect new puzzles, improved visuals, and a story worthy of the professor himself.
Professor Layton and the Legacy of Super Civilisation A will be released for the Nintendo 3DS sometime in 2013.
Western fans are still waiting for Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask, the fifth installment in the series, but the wait will soon be over as Nintendo has finally revealed the game's release dates. EU fans will be able to dust off their 3DS system on October 26th while US fans will have to wait a little bit more until the 28th.
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Harvest Moon: A New Beginning is the first Harvest Moon title be developed from the ground up for the Nintendo 3DS. It also marks 15 years of virtual farming and husbandry.
To celebrate such a momentousness occasion, Natsume have decided to release a special edition for all the fans that have stayed loyal through-out the years.
This one-of-a-kind edition is only available via Natsume's own store, so be sure to pre-order as soon as possible.
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The PS Vita is not doing all the well these days. Games are far and few between, with only a couple that really takes advantage of the system. Gust, known for their Atelier games, have decided to port one of their PS3 games to this troubled handheld. Atelier Totori was originally released for the PS3 way back in summer of 2010. An International version was made available the following year courtesy of NIS America.
The game is a direct sequel to Atelier Rorona, a PS3-only title, and follows the adventures of Totori, an alchemist student in search of her missing mother.
The PS Vita version will feature additional costumes, illustrations, alchemy recipes, and even characters that were once only available through DLC.
Atelier Totori Plus will be released for the PSVita this November on the 29th. Gust are also planning a limited edition for all the die-hard fans out there.
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Free-to-play social games are a dime a dozen these days, but you cannot argue their value. There is good money to be made off of these types of games, and publishers are not about to dismiss a quick way to fill their coffers.
No More Heroes is currently available on the playstore through Mobage. It is region locked, though.
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Expect these exquisite models on September 27th. International variants have yet to be announced.
Some games are destined to shine, while others are simply forgotten, never to heard of again.
Unfortunately, it is not always the great games that shine. Money and hype have the power to promote even the silliest title out there. True gems are typically those that have to be dug up from a pile of junk. One such game happens to be Moon: Remix RPG Adventure. Moon: Remix RPG Adventure is a wonderful game that just did not have the chance to shine in all of its glory. The studio that made it, Love-de-Lic, was disbanded, and with it the chance of an international release. Truth be told, the game was overlooked even in its home country. Fortunately, some fans have decided to work on a unofficial fan translation. However, it remains to be seen if this project will come to fruition or not.
You can further discuss about Moon: Remix RPG Adventure right here.
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Wednesday, 29 August 2012
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I do not think that there is anyone out there who can deny the success of mobile gaming. Whether you have freed trapped birds or fed hungry monsters or helped alligators take a shower, it is clear that gaming on your mobile device is something that users enjoy on a regular basis.
It is no surprise then that a lot of original mobile games have made their way into the hearts of gamers everywhere. The ease of developing games on mobile devices have made indie developers garner the kind of attention that they would not get anywhere else. Well-established companies, not wanting to miss on a big opportunity, started releasing their on titles. Ports are an easy way of testing the water, and that is exactly what Square-Enix are doing with The World Ends With You, a cult classic released on the Nintendo DS a few years ago. Now, iOS users will finally have a chance to experience one of the more unique games released in recent years. While nothing is for sure, other platforms are also being targeted for release.
The iOS version will be added to the app store on August 27th.
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Saturday, 25 August 2012
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Thursday, 23 August 2012
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Digimon Crusader is yet another celebratory game that will soon be joining the festivities alongside Digimon World Re: Digitize and Digimon Adventure.
Digimon Crusade is set on File Island, a war-torn land in need of salvation. As one of the summoned ones, your task is to restore order by collecting various cards in this free-to-play iOS app.
Expect the game sometime this Fall.
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