From the files of “Did Not See That Coming” is a new application for the iPhone designed to provide extra information about Magna Carta 2. Designed by the game’s developers, the Magna Carta 2 Title Guide includes character details, story information, gameplay videos, and images from the game. The Guide may be downloaded from the iPhone application store.
Source: Gaming Bits
Magna Carta 2 was released earlier this week, and DLC for the game became available the next day on Xbox Live. For a mere 400 points, you can unlock three comical cutscenes and a dozen strong weapons for the main characters. The download also adds nine achievements, though you will have to go out and actually earn them through hard work.
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A downloadable demo of Magna Carta 2 is now available through Japanese XBox Live, with a full release in Japan scheduled for August 6. The North American launch date lags by a good two months, with the game currently set for October 13. Rumors that the flavor only keeps for one month have been repeatedly denied by Namco Bandai.
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Namco Bandai is bringing over Magna Carta II for Xbox 360. The original game saw release on the PS2 and PSP. The game “combines real-time action, timing-based attacks, over-drive combinations, and the strategic use of skills, magical power and critical attacks.” Fans of the original will be happy to hear that Hyung-Tae Kim will once again be designing the characters when the game hits later this year.
Heya guys! Don’t mind me, just dropping off some media. Gotta do something to take my mind off the fact that Liberty-Effing-Prime returns in Broken Steel. Gotta go through the motions of posting pictures trying not to squeal with girlish glee over the fact that Fallout 3’s post-ending content will have a giant American robot tearing the Enclave a new one.
May has never seemed so far away. Anyway, we got us some A Witch’s Tale, Fallout 3: Broken Steel, Harvest Moon: Makiba no Omise, Harvest Moon: Welcome to the Wind Bazaar, Magna Carta 2, Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga, and Ys Online: Call of Solum. Care for a gander? Continue reading ‘Mass Media 04/21/09’ »
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’ »
A sequel to Magna Carta is going to the 360. We’d tell you more, but that’s all we know.