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Project X Zone Confirmed For North America And Europe

By Kevin on Jan 22 2013 12:19 AM
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Capcom, Sega and Namco Bandai Games have created the ultimate "dream crossover" tactical role-playing game. Originally released in Japan on October 11th, 2012, Project X Zone has officially been confirmed for a North American and European (including Australia) release.

Project X Zone features more than 50 characters from 29 historic game franchises such as Mega Man X, Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Tekken and more. The English versions of the game will give players the option to use the Japanese character voices. Project X Zone will launch this summer, exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.

Thanks to our member diaglyph for the tip!

Source: Namco Bandai Facebook (Official)

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I know that I don't have to know characters well to buy their game, but there are so many seemingly well-established characters in Project X Zone that I'm just not sure how I feel about it. Hand-picking a few characters from all these different franchises seems like watering down what makes them great.

I love tactical turn-based strategy games, but I'm not really a fan of fighting games. But even though I'm not sure I'm interested in the game, I'll try to keep an open mind and I look forward to learning more about Project X Zone in the future.

Sakura Taisen is really cool. XD I just have to say it. I watched the anime a long time ago and I loved it. It's got some great music. I also always loved the character design of Darkstalkers, but I don't think they have any of my favorite characters in PXZ.
My initial hype for this game has worn down. I am not sure if I am interested at all in this title. I like the fact that this is considered a tactical RPG based on the character placement on the world map or battlefield. I also like the wide range of characters, especially Street Fighter and Megaman. What I am not convinced about are the battles. They seem like a hot mess similar to Marvel vs Capcom games. Those games get stale quickly as it is less about fighting and more about initially ultra combos.

So, what do I need to change my mind about this title? A demo.
all that there is to be said is: .....

I'm still torn that Sonic the Hedgehog isn't getting any form of representation in this, but I am glad that the game's finally coming English-side.