Posts Tagged ‘Little King’s Story’
Four treasure chests left in Wild Arms 5. Getting Nine Lives is exhausting, truly. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 08/13/09’ »
In my spare time now I am alternating between Fallout 3 and Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness. Try and figure that one out. Continue reading ‘Not So Mass Media 08/05/09’ »
Brand new media for you all, hot off the presses and straight from the Game Developer’s Conference, get it all here folks! Gather ’round for some Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Phantasy Star Zero Mini, Harvest Moon: Makiba no Omise, and My World, My Way PSP. At no extra charge we’re throwing in Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner 2, Little King’s Story, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a Darklord, Disgaea 2 PSP, and – in a move sure to put fanfic authors out of business (or back to work) – Final Fantasy IV: The After Years. Oh, who am I kidding? I… I mean, they are still busy with VII. Anyway… Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork – 03/26/09’ »
Hoooo, but do we have the screens today. Hot off the presses: Phantasy Star 0, Disgaea 2 Portable, Sacred Blaze, Dragon Quest IX, Little King’s Story, 7th Dragon, Phantom Brave Wii, The Pitt DLC for Fallout 3, and Spectrobes: Origins. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork, Boxart 02/23/09’ »
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’ »
Nintendo announced its North American Q1 lineup today and a couple of titles may be of interest to RPG fans. Pokémon Platinum for the Nintendo DS has been officially dated for March 22. Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon, also for the Nintendo DS, was confirmed for February 16.
The press release also listed third party games. For the Nintendo Wii, players can expect Little King’s Story on February 17 and Rune Factory: Frontier in March. The DS can look forward to Legacy of Ys: Books I & II on February 10, and Puzzle Quest: Galactrix and Suikoden Tierkreis in the first quarter.
Gamers who happen to be in Melbourne this weekend for the eGames Expo will be the first English-language audience to get a look at Little King’s Story. The upcoming Wii title by Rising Star Games boasts an unusual mix of RPG, simulation, and real-time strategy elements. Players take on the role of king and must manage their townspeople and expand their kingdom. The game will be playable at the convention for the first time outside of Japan. The rest of us will have to wait until early 2009 to get our hands on it.
In today’s update: Oboro Muramasa Youtouden, Valkyria Chronicles, AWAY Shuffle Dungeon, Rune Factory Frontier, Arc Rise Fantasia, Star Ocean Last Hope, Phantasy Star Zero, Last Remnant, Final Fantasy Fables Chocobo’s Dungeon DS, Shining Force Feather, 7th Dragon, Little King’s Story, and Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork, Boxart 10/10/08’ »
Marvelous Entertainment and XSEED Games today announced their E3 lineup, which will include a number of RPGs:
- Avalon Code (DS)
- Rune Factory: Frontier (Wii)
- Little King’s Story (Wii)
- Valhalla Knights 2 (PSP)
They also confirmed North American release for the games and added release dates. Avalon Code DS is due out Q1 2009; Rune Factory: Frontier is also set for Q1 2009; Little King’s Story is scheduled for winter 2008; and Valhalla Knights 2 is set for fall 2008. They’ve also confirmed that Avalon Code, Rune Factory: Frontier and Little King’s Story will be published in Europe by Rising Star Games.
If you’re a budding artist then Marvelous Entertainment and XSeed Games have just the contest for you. The companies have announced today that they’re holding a fan art contest for their upcoming Wii title Little King’s Story. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to draw a “UMA” i.e. an Unidentified Mysterious Animal, though the UMA can take the form of a bird, beast, specter, bizarre human, or pretty much anything you can dream up. The prize? Having your artwork turned into an in-game character. There will also be 99 runner-ups whose artwork will appear in the in-game museum.
Entries must be emailed or mailed to the company by August 1, 2008. For full contest rules and entry details see the game’s site.
Last month Marvelous Entertainment announced Oh-sama Monogatari (also known as ‘Project O‘), a Sim/RPG for the Nintendo Wii in Japan. This week Marvelous Entertainment and XSEED Games jointly announced that they will be bringing the game to North American shores as Little King’s Story. The game is due out in North America this coming winter. Continue reading ‘Little King Makes Big Debut’ »