Namco Bandai finally reveals U.S. And European Release.
Western Tales series fans have a lot to be happy about with this year's releases of Tales of the Abyss 3D and Tales of Graces f. Apparently, these releases were successful enough to warrant the release of the latest main series game, Tales of Xillia.
Microsoft's European arm now headed by former competitor.
Peter Molyneux shocked the gaming world last week when he resigned from his posts at Lionhead and Microsoft’s European gaming arm. It was only logical that Lionhead Studios' co-founder would take up Molyneux’s position there, but Microsoft went another route entirely.
Sony takes a long hard look at the mobile market and comes to the conclusion that change is necessary.
With the dawning of DLC updates, digital distribution and cheap mobile and iOS gaming experiences the long accepted concept of a fixed price structure for video games has come under fierce scrutiny. This is particularly true in the handheld sector, which is arguably starting to feel the sting of the free and $5 game apps that are muscling into territory long unchallenged.
The product manager of Nintendo France has confirmed its 2012 release date.
Much to the chagrin of North American Wii fans, Nintendo of America neglected to announce release dates for some key titles published by Nintendo in Japan. Ahead of the show, however, Europe was given news that Xenoblade Chronicles would see release in the region, courtesy of Nintendo of Europe. In a surprise, informal announcement, The Last Story was confirmed for release in Europe in 2012 by Ludovic Amouroux, product manager of Nintendo France.
The trademark lends further proof of the final VIta name for the NGP.
While later today, Sony will officially be donning the NGP with a final name, it appears the sleuths of the internet have uncovered a staggering amount of evidence that the system will be named PS Vita, or PSV as I have been calling it. The latest bit of evidence is a trademark registered on the OHIM website to Sony Computer Entertainment. Included with the trademark is the logo depicted here. Just a few more hours and we'll know for sure what exactly the PS Vita is and if it is indeed the final name for Sony's next handheld, the NGP.
The previously Japan-only Monolith Soft title is being localized by Nintendo of Europe.
This morning, Nintendo of Europe announced plans to localize the Monolith Soft title, Xenoblade, known now in Europe as Xenoblade Chronicles for the Wii. The title was originally revealed two years back at E3 2009 as Monado: Beginning of the World. Since the original announcement, Nintendo of America hasn't brought up the title again, though it's still on their website under its original name for an unspecified 2011 release.