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As promised Microsoft's 'RPG Premiere' has just come to a close in Japan and there are enough stats here to give even the most casual RPG fan the horn. One thing's for sure, MS isn't going down in Japan without a fight.
Let's get right to it. First up is Namco Bandai's colourful Tales of Vesperia, which has been confirmed for release this August in Japan and the US, with us dirty Europeans having to wait a far longer into
Square Enix has released some new screens from 360 title Infinite Undiscovery, a game that we bet was named by a couple of Japanese guys picking random English words out of a dictionary.
The game is being developed by Tri-Ace, which made the Star Ocean series and Valkyrie Profile.
Infinite Undiscovery is said to contain ten years' worth of ideas from programmer Yoshiharu Gotanda that could only be achieved with
Square Enix has confirmed that its first Xbox 360-exclusive RPG, Infinite Undiscovery, will be released worldwide on September 2.
The game is being developed by Star Ocean and Valkyrie Profile dev Tri-Ace, and has been described (by Square Enix) as an epic RPG where "various situations unfold in a world that changes in real time, with players' choices leading to unknown discoveries."
After Valkyrie Profile 2's excellent reception
Publisher Sega just delivered the first scant details on MadWorld, Infinite Line, an unnamed game, and Bayonetta, the first four projects from new developer Platinum Games Inc. And yes, new games are announced almost every day, but this is special. Why? Because Platinum Games is made up of the men who invented cutting-edge classics like Resident Evil, Okami, Viewtiful Joe, Devil May Cry, and the mech-tacular Steel Battalion. Simply
A whole host of new screenshots for The Incredible Hulk have appeared online, which you can look at here.
The current top rated Ikaruga Xbox Live Arcade player has directed a white and black laser beam of hate at the Treasure remake, calling the Arcade version "a horrible port".
The Japanese player, Gamertag Kingoro58k, put up with the port long enough to get to the number one slot, but writes on his Gamertag bio (in Japanese): "The XBLA version of Ikaruga is a horrible port. This isn't Ikaruga, this is Ikaruga LOL."
Yeah, we'll give E3 its props. But the last thing we needed is another ginormous game expo that lets the big boy publishers hog the spotlight and peddle their billion dollar franchises front and center. Enter the grassroots showcase, Expo for Interactive Entertainment: Independent and Original - or more preferably pronounced as the sing-songy EIEIO.