If only it was coming to the 3DS…
Atlus has pusehd back the North American release of Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey to March 23 (Nintendo announced it as March 10 yesterday). The good news is that each copy of the game will come with a soundtrack. I’m so confused, I don’t know if I should be mad or happy. Or both at the same time.
Pretty interesting list of games. I think I’m most looking forward to Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey from Atlus on the DS (March 10). Capcom also has some pretty good games coming: Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom on Wii, Phoenix Wright on WiiWare, Ace Attorney Investigations on DS, and Mega Man 10, the sequel to the download-only Mega Man 9.
The whole list, below:
Capcom’s latest game in the Ace Attorney series, Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, just got a brand new website. The site has a bunch of character information, screen shots, trailers, and more. Check out the site here: http://ace-attorney.com/.
Today we have launched the full site for Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, the newest title in the Ace Attorney series for the Nintendo DS coming in February 2010.
Fans of the Ace Attorney series can check out new character bios, screen shots, trailers, developer’s diary with the first blog by producer, Eshiro-san and more. Fans can also download wallpapers for their desktops of this upcoming title featuring Phoenix Wright’s famed rival, Miles Edgworth.
Head on over to http://ace-attorney.com/ and begin investigating the site today.
Happy investigating and have a great weekend!
Capcom announced at the Tokyo Game Show that Sengoku BASARA Samurai Heroes and Ghost Trick are both coming to North America. Ghost Trick looks pretty interesting, it’s a mystery adventure written by Shu Takumi (the main writer for the Ace Attorney series) and produced by Hironobu Takeshita (Mega Man 9). I’ve never heard of the Sengoku BASARA Samurai Heroes series before, though, should be interesting to hear more details.
The full press release below…
The sequel to Capcom’s Okami, Okamiden will be coming to the DS next year. Gameplay will be similar to the PS2 version, players will draw out characters with the in-game brush, this time using the DS’s touch screen. Okamiden is currently set for a 2010 release in Japan, no word on a North American release (or anywhere else, for that matter).
I haven’t done a “Now Playing” in like a year and a half, so I figured “why not randomly do one today”. Yesterday, I upgraded to a DSi and have been playing a ton of PiCTOBiTS and BOXLIFE, as well as some Magic the Gathering: Duels of the Planeswakers on XBLA. Gamestop had a pretty good trade in deal (though I’m pretty sure it’s still a rip off) for the DS and DS Lite trade ins, $40 for the DS, and $70 for the DS Lite. Since we had two DS’es and a DS Lite laying around, the DSi upgrade was pretty much free. Sure, I could have probably get more for them on eBay, but I didn’t feel like dealing with that this week.
PiCTOBiTS and BOXLIFE are both downloaded puzzle games (DSiWare) that you would normally have to pay for, but Nintendo has a pretty cool promotion going on right now, you receive 1000 points for free, enough to buy both games (that offer ends 10/05/2009). Both are amazingly fun and addicting (PiCTOBiTS soundtrack is great), below are two game play videos…