In addition to the Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara Elf showcase from earlier, Capcom also busted out a trailer for Project X Zone that focuses on its side of the crossover with Namco Bandai and Sega. See Capcom's characters work their magic in the tactical RPG after the jump.
Kei, the artist known for designing the look of Hatsune Miku, has illustrated a series of Segakko (Sega Daughters) for the game maker's 13 consoles. The bishoujo girls will be appearing in digital card packs for an expansion to Samurai & Dragons, a free to play PS Vita RPG featuring a meeting of eastern and western fantasy tropes. The UC Dreamcast and UC Visual Memory Unit girls are now set to be distributed on June 2nd. Get a look after the jump.
Backbone Entertainment is mostly known for Sega and Capcom ports and remakes, but it looks like they also had some more takes on classic franchises up their sleeves. Thanks to a former Backbone artist sharing some concept work, we now know the developer pitched both a new Streets of Rage game and an ESWAT revival to Sega. Peep it past the jump.
Sega has something special on the horizon for Hatsune Miku fans, with information on the Vocaloid idol's next game to be revealed in this week's issue of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu. More after the jump.
As previously reported, Project X Zone is on its way to Nintendo 3DS in the west, with a North and Latin America release lined up for June 25. Get ready for the Sega/Capcom/Namco Bandai crossover with the Global Gamers Day trailer after the jump.
The North American release of crossover 3DS strategy-RPG Project X Zone was announced back in January. Back then it was simply set for summer 2013, though, something that Namco Bandai's website has quietly narrowed to a June 25 launch date. More after the jump!
Sega wants to be KAWAII! The video game company announced its newest license brand, "Segakawaii". The brand will re-design Sega's video game consoles and characters for female fans. The first collaboration with popular apparel brand “galaxxxy” will be on the market on April 25th. See the photos of products after the jump!
LOPIT is a virtual performer at Tokyo Joypolis, an amusement park featuring Sega properties. Though she's a bit fish-eyed, and there's something scary about her smile, her digitally projected performances are an attraction at the venue. In a new promo video, Sega shows off the advancement that Joypolis' first virtual star can now drum while singing. Check out the promo after the jump.