Thursday, 5 June 2014

News: XSEED E3 Lineup Revealed

XSEED have announced their E3 Lineup.

Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed (PS3, PS Vita) – Summer 2014
Brandish: The Dark Revenant (PSP digital) – 2014
Corpse Party (PC) – 2014
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky (PC) TBD
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Second Chapter (PSP, PC) TBD
Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus (PS Vita) – Fall 2014
Senran Kagura: Bon Appetit (PS Vita digital) – Winter 2014
Story of Seasons (3DS) – Winter 2014

Previously unnannounced titles are detailed below:

Brandish: The Dark Evenant (PSP digital)
A classically-styled dungeon crawler from Nihon Falcom, the storied developers of the highly-acclaimed Ys and The Legend of Heroes RPG franchises, Brandish: The Dark Revenant puts players in the role of swordsman Ares Toraernos as he climbs his way through over 40 sprawling floors of monsters, traps and puzzles in an attempt to escape a long-forgotten underground labyrinth. Along the way he repeatedly encounters his arch-rival, the voluptuous sorceress Dela Delon, who’s just as interested in claiming the bounty on his head as she is in escaping the maze herself. With each floor boasting unrelenting enemies fought in real time, elaborate booby traps, ancient treasures, tricky puzzles and thousand-year-old mysteries to solve, Brandish promises to keep players fighting for survival till the bitter end.

Corpse Party (PC)
The original Windows edition of the cult classic horror game that gained a considerable fanbase when released on the PSP system in 2011, Corpse Party began life as an independent RPG Maker adventure title in 1996 before being greatly expanded for this 2008 iteration. Featuring more characters, more detailed interactions, darker story elements, over 5,000 lines of Japanese voice-acting from the original indie actors and dozens of shocking, gruesome endings, there’s much more to this survival horror adventure title than meets the eye. Players take control of nine main characters and several side characters who’ve been split up into groups of two or three and trapped in a run-down, otherworldly elementary school full of vengeful spirits, deadly mysteries and – of course – corpses. As they walk around examining objects and bodies in an atmospheric 2D environment, a horror tale spanning over 50 years begins to unfold, and player choices determine which of the tale’s dozens of endings is viewed, and who (if anyone) lives to see these horrifying events through to their conclusion

Senran Kagura: Bon Appetit (PS Vita)
Revealed for the first time, this rhythm spin-off of the ninja ‘busty brawler’ series, Senran Kagura, features cooking battles rather than shinobi showdowns. The emphasis is on outrageous humor, delicious food and plenty of eye candy. Culinary warfare is carried out through an array of rhythm battles—tap the correct buttons in time with the beat to rack up combos and determine the size and quality of the resulting dish. With 10 girls to choose from (22 when including additional DLC), players are challenged to create the ultimate Super Dish and unlock a special feast for the eyes.

Source [Gematsu]

1 comment:

  1. I for one am apalled, did Xseed really think that nobody would notice the last three letters in that title. They have some nerve to denegrate the French language in that