This is what Level-5 has in store on the Nintendo 3DS eShop for the near future.
Another coup for Wii owners in the EU.
It’s been a long time since anyone has heard from the Fatal Frame series. The game debuted on the PlayStation 2 in 2001, and the series became a cult hit amongst horror fans. The fourth game was developed exclusively for the Wii by Grasshopper Manufacture in 2008, but was never translated from Japanese. A remake of the second game, Crimson Butterfly, is in the works for the Wii, but until now there had been no word of the game seeing a release outside of its native country.
The Kinect-enabled rail shooter comes from the creator of Panzer Dragoon.
Last year, Yukio Futasugi, the creator of Panzer Dragoon, announced that he was developing a "spirtual successor" to the Sega Saturn series for the Xbox 360. Called Project Draco, it was revealed to be a Kinect game, and a new update from Famitsu (courtesy of G4TV) has revealed an official title for the game, as well as a release window.
Like a teenager, the 13th installment in this franchise feels like a work in progress.
The King of Fighters series is one of the longest running franchises in the fighting genre. Initially released in yearly installments, battle systems have been introduced and removed, plotlines have started and ended, and characters have come and gone. Thirteen games later, King Of Fighters XIII is fun but predictable and does very little to distinguish itself from current titles in the genre.