Today's Nintendo eShop update has a couple of notable high points in the form of XSEED Games' 3DS release of Unchained Blades, as well as Atlus' digital version of Code of Princess. Read on for more.
XSEED Games, an independent-minded publisher, is pleased to announce today that the dungeon-crawling RPG title, Unchained Blades, will be released in North America on January 3rd, 2012 for the Nintendo 3DS™ hand-held system as a digital download title on the Nintendo eShop at a price of $29.99.
Last month XSEED Games discussed the possibility of localizing the sequel to Unchained Blades, but said they'd have to wait until they ironed out the Nintendo eShop release of the first game. Well, it looks like that last bit is cleared up, as XSEED announced Unchained Blades for a January 3, 2013 release in North America. Read on for more.
Unchained Blades was supposed to land on both PSP and Nintendo 3DS as a download, but so far it's only hit the former portable. According to publisher XSEED, the eShop release is still pending, but once that's taken care of they can start thinking about localizing the sequel. Read on for more!
Xseed lanzó para PSP la versión de PSP de Unchained Blades, el RPG de mazmorras de FuRyu, a inicios de año como título descargable en Norteamérica. Entre sus planes estaba en su momento el lanzamiento también de la versión de Nintendo 3DS del juego, pero por ahora no ha aparecido en la eShop de Nintendo. ¿Qué ocurre con el juego? ¿Y su secuela?
As UnchainBlades Exxiv's November 15 Japanese release draws closer, FuRyu continues to focus on the many contributing artists that make its cast unique, from Xenosaga's Yusuke Kozaki to Final Fantasy's Yoshitaka Amano. See their work and some of the RPG in action in the latest promotional clip after the jump.
The last trailer for UnchainBlades ReXX follow-up, UnchainBlades Exxiv, focused on the variety of artists contributing designs to the RPG, as well as the music by Nobuo Uematsu's band, The Earthbound Papas. The new trailer still proudly displays all that, while also showing off the story, dungeon crawling, and battle system. Check it out after the jump!
While we recently got Unchained Blades in North America courtesy of publisher XSEED Games, Japan is gearing up for the follow-up, UnchainBlades Exxiv, which is due out there on 3DS and PSP on November 15. Teaser and more past the break!
Desde XSeed ya nos habían anunciado que Unchain Blades Rexx nos llegaría a occidente rebautizado como Unchained Blades, pero hasta ahora no le habían puesto fecha. El juego se lanzará el próximo 26 de junio.
When XSEED Games officially announced plans to bring FuRyu's dungeon crawler UnchainBlades ReXX to North America as Unchained Blades, it was simply set for later this year. Now the publisher has offered up the concrete release date of June 26. Read on for more!
XSEED Games, an independent-minded publisher, is pleased to announce today that the company will be bringing the dungeon-crawling RPG title, Unchained Blades, to gamers in North America on both the PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system and the Nintendo 3DS™ hand-held system in 2012. Originally released as UnchainBlades ReXX in Japan last summer and developed by FuRyu,Unchained Blades is a role-playing game set in a monster-filled world, and was directed by Toshio Akashi of the Lunar series, while the game’s story was penned by Grandia series veteran Takashi Hino.
Originally released as UnchainBlades ReXX in Japan, Unchained Blades hit our radar thanks to a download listing in Nintendo Power. Having hinted at the title, XSEED Games was the likely publisher, and the North American release has now been confirmed for PSP and Nintendo 3DS. Read on for more!
A look at the table of contents for Nintendo Power reveals the truth behind something publisher XSEED Games has been teasing. The dungeon crawler known in Japan as UnchainBlades ReXX is on its way to Nintendo 3DS in North America as a downloadable eShop title. Read on for more.