Replaying Fallout New Vegas in preparation for Honest Hearts makes me realize I could listen to Chief Hanlon talk for hours. Anyway, on with the media: 7th Dragon 2020, Gloria Union, Grand Knight’s History, Growlanser 4: Overload, and Hexyz Force. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 05/16/11’ »
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Atlus has just gone live with the North American website for Hexyz Force, their upcoming PSP RPG. Curiously absent is how to pronounce “Hexyz” (heck-sees, perhaps?) but otherwise the site and more information about the game can be found here.
Hexyz Force is due for a May 25 release.
This weekend Atlus announced that Hexyz Force, its upcoming PSP RPG, will see a stateside release this spring. The game will be available in stores May 25 and for download through the Playstation Network May 27. Both versions will retail for $29.99.
Fallout 3: Point Lookout is being released for PS3 today, and it is also my mother’s birthday. Truly the world hates me. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 10/08/09’ »
I’ll be 26 tomorrow. Somehow I feel a lot older than that. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 09/02/09’ »
In this episode: Roy Brown is the man. I wish I could rewind time back to E3 so I could shake someone at Bethesda’s hand for introducing me to this golden-voiced king amongst men. That and ask them to de-nerf Colonel Autumn’s laser pistol. Oh well… there’s always mods, I guess.
To the task at hand. Today’s media includes and is limited to: Dragon Quest IX, Elemental Hunters, Hexys Force, Phantasy Star Portable 2, Resonance of Fate, Rune Factory 3, Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey, and Valkyria Chronicles 2: The Gallia Royal Military Academy. Get it while it’s hot, people! Continue reading ‘Mass Media 08/28/09’ »
We don’t make these images, but we have an understanding with those who do. In this update: Tales of Versus, Final Fantasy XIII, and Hexyz Force: Continue reading ‘Mass Media 07/29/09’ »
Atlus and Sting have teamed up yet again, this time bringing us a traditional-style RPG for the PSP – Hexyz Force. Aside from the hours of entertainment inherent in simply attempting to pronounce its title (hexies? hek-syz?), Hexyz Force promises an interesting story split across two worlds; one Light and one Dark. At the beginning of the game, players choose for their main character either Cecilia, priestess of the Light world, or Levant, knight of the Dark world. Picking one over the other will have a large effect on the story’s characters, venue and progress.
A glimpse at the battle system has also been provided, showing a turn-based system where players can choose to place each of their three party members in one of three different rows; front, middle or back. Placement will have effects on attack power and accuracy, as well as damage received.
Hexyz Force is due out for the PSP in Japan on November 12 of this year.