"HOLD IT!" Before you go on playing whatever game you have on your Nintendo 3DS, here's some news you might like to hear: Capcom is bringing back one of their most popular series back which involves some court and lawyer simulation with some sleuthing on the side. Thats right, Phoenix Wright is back and is finally confirmed to be released in North America.
Platforms: Wii U, 3DS
Release Date: March 19th, 2013
Finally! A new Monster Hunter game overseas! While Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is indeed a re-launch of sorts of Monster Hunter Tri, I feel as if that doesn’t really do this game justice. There’s so much new content to explore that this game really stands out on its own. I can’t stress how much replay value this game has. It has single-handedly commandeered my 3DS and I’ve played nothing but Monster Hunter every time the system is on. I’ve logged about 90 hours and it’s still going strong.
As the years go by, video games start start to look more realistic, their storylines become more compelling, and more Pokémon get discovered. While the original 151 pocket mosters are the only ones that have a special place in my heart, this new one does have my curiosity, and I'm sure it'll have many other generation one Pokémon players wanting to catch it too.
Shin Megami Tensei, Atlus's popular role-playing game series, has another sequel heading to U.S. shores. Shin Megami Tensei IV is the next game for the renowned series under the same name and will be reaching North American shelves on the Nintendo 3DS.
Crossover games like these don't usually get U.S. releases, so when Project X Zone was announced back in April of last year, a lot of people on the western side of the world didn't really give it too much thought. Well, I have some good news guys.
Swords make every character look cooler. Robots, anime characters, fighting game characters, you name it! And they will easily become the most appealing character when you give them a sword to wield. But when you give a sword to a busty anime princess, well that's when it gets interesting. Introducing Code of Princess, a new sword hacking action title from Atlus that will be making a release here in the US for the Nintendo 3DS.
Crossover games are great, as they fufill every fanboy and fangirl's dream of putting some of their favorite characters amogst different companies, and have them team-up or fight against each other. Well, Project X Zone, which consists of characters from Namco Bandai, Capcom and Sega, will be getting released next month, and now we have a 16-minute trailer to highlights the roster in the game.
It's been four years since the release of Capcom's last Ace Attorney game, Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, which was first installment that did not feature Phoenix Wright as the main character, as he got his attorney badge stripped from him in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations. Now it looks like he'll be making his return to the courtroom, and this time, in 3D.