I wish game companies would just send the same screens and art to all these media outlets. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 01/16/10’ »
Posts Tagged ‘White Knight Chronicles’
Level-5 and SCEA have announced that the international edition of White Knight Chronicles will be reaching North American shores come February 2 of 2010. Apart from the game, the IE will include the following features: over 50 disc-based online quests, which may be completed solo or cooperatively; voice chat; additional side conversations between the hero and his companions; and the Georama, which allows players to construct an online village into which they may invite other players.
The Tokyo Game Show is in full swing, and Level 5 is showing off its PS3 RPG White Knight Chronicles. The game is already out in Japan and it should be out in North America sometime next year, but TGS provided the stage for the game’s online component.
White Knight Chronicles is receiving a patched version which supposedly adds equipment, uncaps Guild Rank, and makes other changes not yet specified. White Knight Chronicles EX Edition is slated for a release in Japan before the game comes to North American markets. Though it will be sold at a discount price of 3800 yen (about $40 US), it is not yet known if the changes in the EX Edition will be applied to the North American version.
This week’s dose of Famitsu reveals that Level 5 is patching its PS3 RPG White Knight Chronicles again. The so-called 1st Wave arrived this past spring, and now the 2nd Wave will hit sometime next month.
White Knight Chronicles is one of those games we heard about a lot a while back, then…not so much. The biggest draw, or at least what set it apart, was the hero’s ability to become a huge knight and fend off giant enemies in a clash of massive scale. Of course, the real question is how well this actually plays out. Continue reading ‘White Knight Chronicles Impression 2’ »
While passing through Sony’s booth, I happened to spot a game that’d I’d been interested in for quite a while: Level 5’s White Knight Chronicles. As soon as a station became available, I picked up a controller and tried it out.
In today’s update: White Knight Chronicles, Mass Effect 2, and Fallout 3: Broken Steel. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork, 05/04/09’ »
Playstation Blog has posted a video interview with Tsubasa Inaba, US producer of White Knight Chronicles. Topics included gameplay mechanics, what changes may occur during the US release, voice chat functions, and games that sync with Dark Side of the Moon. So far, none, but Inaba’s confidence remains high. Check out the full interview here.
How’s it going, everybody? Got some fresh new screens and arts for you fine folks. Take a gander, won’t you? This time around: Muramasa, Blue Dragon Plus 2, 7th Dragon, Harvest Moon: Makiba no Omise, Dragon Quest IX, White Knight Chronicles, and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork 03/14/09’ »
In this update: Blood of Bahamut, Arc Rise Fantasia, White Knight Chronicles, Star Ocean: The Last Hope, and Shining Force Feather. Also… more corn! Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork, Boxart – 12/15/08’ »
Today’s update features Suikoden Tierkreis, White Knight Chronicles, and Dragon Quest: Hand of the Heavenly Bride. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork 12/02/08’ »
In today’s update: Harvest Moon: Welcome to the Wind Bazaar, White Knight Chronicles, and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork 11/25/08’ »
In today’s update: Phantasy Star Zero, Princess and Knight, Riz-Zoawd, White Knight Chronicles, Tales of Hearts, Avalon Code, Knights in the Nightmare, Atelier Annie, Mega Man Star Force 3, Prinny: Ore ga Shujinko de Iinsuka?, and Harvest Moon: Welcome to the Wind Bazaar. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork, Boxart 11/01/08’ »
In today’s update: Legacy of Ys Books I&II, White Knight Chronicles, Mega Man Star Force 3, Devil Summoner Kuzunoha Raidou 2, and Kimi no Yusha. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork, Boxart 10/22/08’ »
Today we have: White Knight Chronicles, Fable 2, and Destiny Links.
A couple of Level 5’s upcoming titles have finally been dated in Japan. Yoichi Wada, president of Square Enix Japan announced today that Dragon Quest IX for the Nintendo DS will be out in early 2009 in Japan. Coincidentally, in the latest issue of Famitsu, Sony Computer Entertainment announced that White Knight Story for the PlayStation 3 will be available on December 25 of this year.