- Unnamed Shin Megami Tensei title in development for Switch
- Puyo Puyo Tetris bringing puzzle crossover fury to PS4, Switch
- A Rose in the Twilight scheduled to launch in April for PC, PS Vita
- Halo War 2 Blitz multiplayer kicking off Jan. 20, dev letter released
- The King of Fighters XIV patch overhauls graphics, adds fixes, more
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Daily Archives: July 31, 2012
King Art Games’ latest adventure title, The Book of Unwritten Tales, has launched on Steam, GOG.com, and other digital outlets. Published by Nordic Games, BoUT is a 20-plus-hour adventure featuring three characters who must use over 300 items to solve more than 200 puzzles set in over 60 locations in order to thwart the Army of the Shadows in their pursuit of a powerful artifact.
The Android-based OUYA console, the recent Kickstarter campaign flavor of the month, has gained some notable support today from none other than Square Enix. The studio has announced their plans to release Final Fantasy III when the console launches, which is currently scheduled for next March. More precisely, the OUYA version will be the 2006 enhanced re-release of the 1990 original, but optimized for the new system. A playable demo is also planned.
Sora and Riku are off to the Sleeping Worlds today in their quest to aid Mickey once more with the release of Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance] for 3DS. The duo will face their final task in the Mark of Mystery exam, which will have them face new enemies, traverse seven new worlds, including The Country of Musketeers and The Grid from Tron, and call upon allies from over 50 different Spirit types to lend a hand. Newcomers can also get up to speed through the new memento feature, which will recap the previous Kingdom Hearts titles.
It’s time to roll out, Transformer fans. Activision has launched a demo for High Moon Studios’ upcoming third-person shooter, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. The 360, PS3 demo features single- and multiplayer modes, with players able to take on the first mission as Bumblebee, try an assault mission as Vortex, and tinker with the character-customization system before jumping online for some Team Deathmatch and Conquest.
Star Wars: The Old Republic, BioWare’s take on a Star Wars MMO, will be going free-to-play this fall. Well, partly. The game will actually add a free-to-play option, with diehard fans able to keep their subscription for unrestricted access to all content as well as some of the new in-game currency, Cartel Coins. The free option will allow players access to each of the eight characters, though there will be a level limit (50) and restrictions on advanced features and accessing new content. For the free players who want a little more, Cartel Coins can be used to unlock some of the premium material.
Eight years after launching in Japan, Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time is now available in North America. The fourth entry in Career Soft’s long-running series has hit store shelves for the PSP, and will be added to PSN’s library once the network’s update goes live.