Namco Bandai is planning to release a demo for Project x Zone on the 3DS eshop in North America June 4th. Previously, Europe had a demo released for their eshop, known as Lethal Surprise, which gave players a chance to try out characters from games such as Sakura Wars, Valkyria Chronicles, Space Channel 5, and Cyberbots. The NA demo is called Imperial Demo and will have the same features as Lethal Surprise. Europe is going to get another demo on June 27th, called Dark Hours and will take place in the world of Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts. No word yet on whether Dark Hours is poised to appear on the North American eshop, but if this recent turn of events is any indication, then it is very likely to appear sometime in the near future.
Today, Sega has revealed more of the new Wii U/3DS title Sonic: Lost World.
The Banshee is a creature of legend in Irish folklore. It is said to be a fairy woman that visits people, foretelling their deaths. Banshees are known for their blood curdling shrieks that are said to be heard near someone who is going to die soon. Banshees aren’t necessarily evil, at least not the Irish version. It is only American folklore that considers this creature to be a menacing force that preys on human beings.
Namco Bandai has released a demo for Project x Zone on the EU eshop. The demo is called Lethal Surprise and gives players a chance to use characters from titles such as Cyberbots, Sakura Wars, Valkyrie Chronicles, and Space Channel 5. Also appearing in the demo is a villain from the Sakura War series Ayame. The characters seem surprised that she has yet again returned to confront them; shortly after she summons several monsters to attack your team.
EA has recently announced that Battlefield 4 will be available for both the PS4 and Xbox One this holiday. Battlefield 4 boasts high quality with the power of the Frostbite 3 engine.
In a joint effort with Razer, MCM London Comicon and European Gaming League plan to host a UK fighting tournament at Excel London.
Today’s Nintendo Direct has given us some more information on what to expect this year from Nintendo.
For years I’ve been mystified by Mushihime-Sama. Watching videos of playthroughs and reading about it, I’ve always been meaning to try it out, but never got around to it. This past week I finally got my chance to play Cave‘s famous bullet hell, and I’ve gotta say that I’m every bit as impressed with it as I thought I would be.
Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate has just been announced for the PS3 and 360. Tecmo Koei Europe plans on releasing the new Dead or Alive title this fall.
Considered by Time Magazine to be the most haunted house in America, Whaley House was home to a countless amount of people, and has experienced much activity in its history.
Blazing Star is a horizontal shoot’em up developed by Yumekobo and published by SNK in 1998 for the Neo Geo. It’s most famously known for the humorous translation of text “You fail it! Your skill is not enough. See you next time. Bye Bye!”. Though there is more to this game than hilarious translations, and it’s definitely worth trying out.