RPG fans in PAL territories will have some gaming to do this weekend. Infinite Undiscovery for the Xbox 360 and Final Fantasy IV DS both went on sale today. Just remember to take food and rest breaks and you’ll be all set.
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Xbox 360 owners in search of more RPG action can now get their hands on tri-Ace’s latest release. Infinite Undiscovery ships today for $59.99 and it’s rated T for Teen.
After sitting through the Microsoft Press Event, and thinking about it over a tasty beef bowl at Yoshinoya, here is my summary and impressions of the event. Be warned, this is a long read.
Today at the Microsoft press conference, Yoichi Wada discussed three other games besides Final Fantasy XIII that are coming to the Xbox 360.
As is supposedly common knowledge, the Xbox 360 has a dearth of RPG titles available for it. Sure there’s Mass Effect, Lost Odyssey, Blue Dragon, Culdcept Saga… ok, maybe not a dearth. Still, it could always use more! To that end, Square Enix, Namco-Bandai Games, and Microsoft announced quite a few interesting bits at the surely well-populated Microsoft Japan RPG Press Event, held, well, about an hour ago. Continue reading ‘X360 Japan RPG Presser: More RPG goodness than you can shake a power brick at’ »
Square Enix has announced the release date for Infinite Undiscovery, the Xbox360 RPG developed by tri-Ace. In an unusual move, the game will be released simultaneously in all regions on September 2, 2008. John Yamamoto, president and CEO of Square Enix added, “This is something we have aimed to do for a long time, and we look to continue to deliver worldwide gaming experiences across all platforms well into the future.”