Blue Dragon: Awakened Shadow has been confirmed for a US release in Spring of 2010 on the DS, brought to you in part by Namco-Bandai subsidiary D3Publisher. Occurring two years after the original Blue Dragon, Awakened Shadow will allow players to customize the main character, and will feature recurring characters from the 360 installment.
There is no word on whether the Awakened Shadow‘s boss fight music will be as out-of-left-field as Blue Dragon‘s was.
Roku: Lol, I just got demon souls as an early Christmas present apparently ^^;; “Dear Derek, this game is too (swearing removed) hard. You deal with it.”
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Namco Bandai and Mistwalker’s Blue Dragon: Behemoth of the Otherworld is due for release in Japan on October 1. Among other differences with its predecessor Blue Dragon, Behemoth will feature real-time combat and multiplayer functionality for up to three players over Nintendo WiFi.
No release date outside of Japan has been announced.
Somebody call for a media update? No? Well too bad, ’cause I just spent all day hauling it around and I am not putting this back on the truck. Here’s what we have: Aion: Tower of Eternity, Tales of Graces, Tales of Vesperia PS3, Blue Dragon: Ikai no Kyojuu, Final Fantasy XIII, Magna Carta 2, Shining Force Cross, Elminage II, and Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga. There’s a Warhammer joke in there somewhere, but somebody already used it on the space elf dudes from Star Ocean 4.
…augh, I just realized I should’ve titled my review “Hope is the first step on the road to disappointment.” That would’ve been perfect. Librarians were awesome. Anyway, to the pictures: Continue reading ‘Mass Media 04/18/09’ »
If last week didn’t break your wallet with all the games hitting at the same time, this one might. Square Enix is bringing Star Ocean: The Last Hope for 360 and The Last Remnant for PC. They retail for 59.99 and 39.99 respectively. If the retail scene isn’t for you, The Last Remnant will also be available on Steam starting April 9.
The DS will be getting a lot of action as well. Atlus ships Legacy of Ys: Books 1 & 2 for 34.99, and all launch copies come with a free soundtrack. Blue Dragon Plus from Ignition will hit shelves for 29.99. Last but not least, D3’s Puzzle Quest Galactrix is now available for 29.99
In today’s update: Blue Dragon: Behemoth of the Otherworld, Disgaea DS, Dragon Quest IX, Star Ocean 4: The Last Hope, and Suikoden Tierkreis.
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In today’s update: Mimana Iyar Chronicle, Valkyria Chronicle, Sacred Blaze, Mario and Luigi 3, Blue Dragon: Behemonth of the Otherworld, Star Ocean: The Last Hope, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time, Final Fantasy XIII, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Little King’s Story, Star Ocean Second Evolution, and Fable 2: Knothole Island. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork, Boxart 01/15/09’ »
A few details have surfaced about the Blue Dragon Plus sequel for the Nintendo DS, which was recently annouced in Shonen Jump. The official name, Blue Dragon: Ikai no Kyojyuu, translates as Blue Dragon: Behemoth of the Otherworld. It’s being produced by Namco Bandai and Mistwalker and is being left in the hands of Mistwalker founder Hironobu Sakaguchi and Akira Toriyama of Dragon Ball fame. The game will feature 3D combat and allow players to personalize the appearance of their character. A trailer of the game was shown off at the Jump Festa event this past weekend and is now available on the game’s official site.
Blue Dragon : Behemoth of the Otherworld is due out in early 2009 in Japan.
Hot on the heels of its Japanese release, Blue Dragon Plus for the Nintendo DS has set its sights on the rest of the world. Ignition Entertainment Ltd. and AQ Interactive will be bringing the game to North America and Europe in March of 2009. Continue reading ‘Blue Dragon Plus Flies High This March’ »
Mistwalker seems to be playing it safe after poor sales for their latest DS game, ASH. They’ve announced further delays in the release of Blue Dragon Plus for the Nintendo DS. Originally, the game was due out in Japan in March, but has now been delayed until September 4. Continue reading ‘Blue Dragon Plus Takes It Slow’ »