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  • Mario Maker (recently spotted)
  • New Zelda
  • Hyrule Warriors
  • Majora’s Mask remake 3DS
  • Yarn Yoshi
  • Smash Brothers
  • Metroid
  • They patented something the other week – whatever that turns out to be
  • Xenoblade will get a name
  • Gamecube games will be made available for download which ties in with the discontinuation of the current Wii U in japan, to make way for something with a large on board storage.  I’d like for it to be called the Wii cUbe but that’s never going to happen
  • SMT x Fire Emblem

I”ll update this post with what actually happened later


NEWS: Project X Zone


As this is coming in via a touchscreen mobile phone on my lunch break expect a lot of this to either not make sense or be displayed ridiculously.

Yesterday Namco Bandai announced that they will be bringing Project X Zone to the US and Europe.

So why should you care?  WELL.

Project X Zone is another cross over title that features well known characters from some of the biggest franchises on the planet.  From Space Channel 5 from Sega through Resident Evil from Capcom and out the other side to Tekken from Namco, Project X Zone takes all your favourite characters and drops them into a really well worked RPG for the 3DS.

Namco Bandai seem to be habitually making my life right now.

Make sure you buy this game

What’re Ya Boyin’

Failed attempt to phonetically recreate the ramblings of this man‘s iconic one liner as a subject for your latest entry is always a good way to start a post.  Reason being is that, shown above, is what I will be buying over the coming months and I’m going to tell you why.  Obviously if I find myself with some spare dolla I’ll pick up some other bits as well but failing that, this will definitely be hitting my shelves on day 1 of their release.

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REVIEW: TheatRhythm: Final Fantasy

When this was announced I must admit tat I was sceptical.  Rhythm games have never held my attention for long periods of time like some people who are now rock gods when it comes to flimsy guitars and dodgey plastic drum kits.  So here we arrive at another relatively casual game for the wayward 3DS featuring the soundtrack of my life.

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REVIEW: Spirit Camera

I found out that Spirit Camera was actually out in the wild early Sunday afternoon and hastily hit the buy now button over at ShopTo.  To say I was looking forward to Spirit Camera would be a lie, I wasn’t, but not in a bad way.  There are other games I want more then this.  They are on order too.  However, I hoped that Spirit Camera would be one of those gems that would slip in under the radar and delight those who gave it a chance.

I hoped.

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NEWS: Kingdom Hearts 3D 20th July

So the new Kingdom Hearts finally surfaces on the 3DS on the 20th July here in the UK and heres hoping it’s going to be the sequel we’ve all been hoping for.

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NEWS: Ghostlight Announce More SMT for PAL

On 19/04/2012 Ghostlight games announced that more Shin Megami Tensei goodness will be making its way across the pond and into our DS’s and 3DS’s in the form of Devil Survivor 2 and the remastered prequel, Devil Survivor Overclocked.

Ghostlight have been working hard over the past couple of weeks with a flurry of other news in the form of PSN releases for the PS2 Devil Summoner games and also the upcoming release of Fate/Extra on the PSP shown below.

Where will the JRPG madness end?  Let’s hope it doesn’t because guys, you are saving me money on import tax.  Good work.

You can follow all the news over on the Ghostlight Blog or direct from the lovely Ross on Twitter