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Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax (PS Vita) Revisited

Developed by French Bread and Ecole, Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax is a 2D fighting crossover title between SEGA and ASCII Media Works made to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Dengeki Bunko imprint. The roster features 12 playable characters and 18 assist characters from 22 light novels.

The game features a variety of different modes to play in, such as network mode, score attack, survival, and the brand new Dream Duel mode exclusive to the console versions. The game’s playable characters come from various Dengeki Bunko-published light novels, such as Shakugan no Shana, Sword Art Online, Oreimo, and Strike the Blood, while stages come from various SEGA games, such as Sonic the Hedgehog, Valkyria Chronicles, and Phantasy Star Online 2.

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**Update** Valkyria Chronicles Trilogy PS4 Remaster Rumor Gets Debunked

Valkyria Chronicles PS4

Update: DualShockers has confirmed that the following Rumor (left unedited below) is a fake (source).

Valkyria Chronicles is a gameplay experience that has to be felt in person to truly be appreciated. That being said the game can be described as a turn-based RPG but with aiming and shooting, and while that might not sound good in text format the game has gone on to become a major success and beloved cult classic. The originality, unique feel, fun factor, and re-playability of the RPG elements sprinkled on top is able to quickly addict players and keep them coming back for more. So it’s to nobody’s surprise that the entire internet is exploding with excitement over the fact that Valkyria Chronicles is going to be ported to the PlayStation 4.

There are two releases expected. One will take place during Summer 2014 and contains the original game remastered while the second release will have parts 2 and 3 remastered. In addition to balance adjustments being carried out on the final version players are looking forward to seeing later this year there will also be downloadable content included in this release which was put out previously for additional charge. The news comes from a Japan source so details are a bit dodgy at the moment but if you know how to speak Japanese then pick up a copy of Famitsu today!

[Source Info Sourced: Famitsu Magazine (Japan) via NEOGaf and SAG]

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Project X Zone Review

Project X Zone RealGamerNewz Review

Project X Zone is developed by two companies Banpresto and Monolith Soft. While both developers are Japanese companies that have a good track record for games, Monolith Soft has been working on games such as the very awesome Xenoblade Chronicles and Chrono Cross. Project X Zone is published by Namco Bandi Games, they have a long track record of publishing awesome games that have come up under their name on it such as Dark Souls, Ni No Kuni, Soulcalibur V, Ace combat: Assault Horizon, and the upcoming Super Smash Bros on Wii U as well as the Nintendo 3DS.

When told I was going to be playing Project X Zone I was super pumped. I had seen things about this game at E3 2013, still having no clue what the game was like in my own hands until I got my code for it, put it into my Nintendo 3DS XL, and booted it up for the first time. I was blown away by this game. First off this game is very Japanese, just by the way that everything is subtitled and the characters are all speaking Japanese, and the art direction also follows suit.

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Project X Zone has a story following the theft of the ‘Portalstone’. The Portalstone is a stone that has been protected over the ages and Project X Zone’s plot follows detective Konoro Tenzai to locate the stone. From there the story twists and turns and I found it really hard to follow, but that wasn’t a problem because you are looking at a very long story to play through which is good. You’re going to get a lot of bang for your buck with Project X Zone, there is at least 40+ hours of game to play through.

The gameplay in Project X Zone is very awesome. Players have, on one side, a top down RPG with grid movements that is turn based with so many variations to it. Then there’s the best battle system I’ve seen in a game for a long time. When you go into attacking someone you get a 2D mixed with 3D type of fight scene reminiscent of Street Fighter. You will either be attacking solo or you will have a pair of two characters. You also will have cross-hit and support-hit where you can have nearby allies join in the fight and give you some support during fights which will inflict major damage. In each of the levels you will get the chance to play as several different characters and get items as you play that will become very handy during gameplay.

The controls end up with players usually using the circle pad and buttons on the right hand side. The d pad is rarely used and there is the option to use the bumpers (which are used here and there). Any gamer can pick this game up pretty easily, because it teaches you how to play the game with on-screen directions. When you are in battle it also shows you combos that you can use in-game, they are specific to the character you are using.

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Speaking for the characters in this game there’s characters from franchises like Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Tekken, Devil May Cry, Valkyria Chronicles, Tales of Vesperia, Dead Rising, God Eater, and Mega Man. The graphics in the game are ‘pixelated’ 3D models in the RPG mode and there is really good art when you are in the fighting mode. This game is going to have a very high replay-ability. Handheld gamers will be able to come back to Project X Zone over and over again.

Final Verdict: Project X Zone is an extremely enjoyable mix between fighting and role playing from Monolith Soft and Banpresto presented by Namco Bandai Games packed full of Sega, Capcom, and Namco Bandai’s characters and earns a 9.6 out of 10 from RealGamerNewz. It’s one of the best 3DS games played to this point and one of the best games played in 2013. We recommend that if you have Nintendo 3DS, you need to pick this game up and enjoy it now.

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Overall Score: 9.6 / 10

RGN Rating: Platinum Game

Available On: Nintendo 3DS

Developer: Banpresto + Monolith Soft / Publisher: Namco Bandai Games

Played On: Nintendo 3DS XL

Review Copy Info: A digital voucher for this game was provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for purposes of this review.

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Rumor: SEGA to Announce Sony Exclusive Next Thursday in Japan

It turns out based on new information from a Japanese source the reveal of SEGA’s next title will be Sony Exclusive and till occur the next Thursday at an official announcement in Japan. Read the following quote in Japanese:

 “株式会社セガによる、新タイトルが発表!3月28日に全貌が明らかに”. Roughly according to Google Translate, it says this: “By SEGA, new titles are announced! Whole picture is obviously on March 28!”

“On the page, the PS3 and PS Vita logos are obviously visible.  IGN, VG247 and other game website are reporting that one game is due to be released. Honestly, I’m not a SEGA fan so I have no idea what it could be. IGN’s Colin Moriarty suspects it could be for Valkyria Chronicles or Yakuza while VG247 was thinking of perhaps the third Shenmue title “[Shenmue 3: which has been receiving press and Kickstarter][Source: Original-Gamer]

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