Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: 3DS

Stella Glow demo coming October 27, witches debuted in new trailer

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Atlus’ upcoming strategy RPG Stella Glow will be receiving a demo later this month, on October 27. First, the good news: the trial will include the prologue. But now for the bad news: progress will not transfer over to the final version. The prologue will allow players to sample the combat and voice acting as Alto leaves his village to become a knight. A new trailer has also been posted revealing the powers of Lisette, Popo, Mordimort, and Sakuya, the witches that Alto must convince to join his cause.

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The Legend of Legacy out now in stores, on eShop for 3DS

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The Legend of Legacy has ventured forth for 3DS. In FuRyu’s latest, players take control of one of seven adventurers who sets out to explore the island of Avalon alongside two party members. The squad will have to battle their way through the land, taking on enemies in a turn-based combat system that utilizes formations that allow characters to focus on attacking, defending, or supporting. Atlus has also updated the Western release’s New Game-Plus mode to increase the rare item drop rate, decrease the merchant ship’s travel time, and the player’s accumulated money now carries over.

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(Nintendo 3DS Review) The Legend of Legacy

(Nintendo 3DS Review) The Legend of Legacy

“… an enjoyable role-playing game that takes a few design gambles that don’t always pay off.”

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Alto and his fellow Regnant Knights ride out in new Stella Glow trailer

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Atlus has released a new trailer for Stella Glow. The footage introduces the protagonist, Alto, as he enlists with the Regnant Knights’ 9th Regiment after the company saved him from the wrath of Hilda, Witch of Destruction. Along with the rest of the squad—Archibald, Klaus, and Rusty—Alto undertakes the task of recruiting the other Witches to stop Hilda. And being the suave knight that he is, Alto can use his free time to woo others.

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3D Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Genesis, Master System themes out now

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Sonic returns to Sega’s 3D Classics line today in 3D Sonic the Hedgehog 2. The $5.99 re-release brings back one of the franchise’s most influential entries, with the debut of Tails, Super Sonic, the popular Casino-themed levels, and the special half-pipe bonus stages. For details about the port, an interview with Sega producer Yosuke Okunari and M2 president Naoki Horii discussing its development has been posted over at Sega’s blog. A new series of system-specific themes for 3DS have also been announced, with the first two, based on the Genesis and the Game Gear (each $1.99), already available on eShop. Next up, in order of release, are the Sega Master System, Sega Mark III, Sega Saturn, Hi-Tech SegA, Sega SG-1000, and Sega Dreamcast.

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Stella Glow set to release on November 17, first-run extras detailed

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Atlus has pulled the curtain back on the goodies they will be including with the limited first-run copies of Stella Glow. Slated to launch on November 17, the strategy role-playing game will come bundled with a cloth poster of Hilda the Witch of Destruction’s Crystal Garden, a 3”x3” soft vinyl flexi-charm of Witch Popo’s pet pig Bubu, the five-track Song Magic CD, and an oversized outer box to store everything. To go along with the bonus reveals, a new combat trailer has also been released to show more of what gamers can expect from Imageepoch.

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Project X Zone 2 dated for Feb. 16, new characters, screens released

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Bandai Namco has announced that Project X Zone 2 will be launching on February 16. Alongside the release date, several characters were also revealed. Joining the roster of the crossover turn-based strategy game are June Milliam from Star Gladiator and Captain Commando, courtesy of Capcom; Leanne, Vashyron, and Zephyr from Resonance of Fate and the one and only Segata Sanshiro, courtesy of Sega; and Heihachi Mishima from Tekken. New screenshots for the latest additions can be found below.

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The Legend of Legacy trailer reveals the final three, demo detailed

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The final three characters of Legend of Legacy’s seven-member party have been revealed in a new trailer. The trio includes the mercenary Owen, who doesn’t have any affinity to the elements but is handy with axes, swords and shields; the alchemist Eloise, who can harness the power of all the elements and is on a quest for the secret of eternal youth; and the warrior frog Filmia, who has a natural affinity for water and is in search of a land suitable for his people. His frog people. Atlus also announced that a demo will be hitting eShop on September 22. The trial will include the prologue and first two dungeons, and save files will indeed be transferable to the final version.

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Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX now in stores, on eShop for 3DS

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Hatsune Miku has returned with more button-tapping pop in Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX for 3DS. In addition to 48 tracks, the game also features an apartment to customize, the ability to create songs and dance routines, and mini-games, including Puyo Pop. And as it goes with Atlus titles, first-run copies come with several goodies: a replica wallet chain, 19 double-sided AR cards, and a collectible outer box.

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(Nintendo 3DS Review) Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX

(Nintendo 3DS Review) Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX

“… an addictive rhythmic tapper with a solid if occasionally maddening system, nearly 50 infectious songs, and a surprising number of modes.”

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