Layton and Mista Naruhodo is one game! What! My puzzle solving mind is blown away. Yet another reason to get the 3DS now. Sadly, this is suppose to be a Japan only game. So guess it’s time to brush up on the Japanese!
Sweet sweet muscular men in thongs running through buildings and tackling each other. What other reason would you NOT buy this? Not sure if this will be localized here, but if it is I would definitely drop 800 Wii Points. Comes out next week, 5/26!
Here’s a random sketch that Sung-jin did of Cammy. Enjoy!
Forget about the sasquatch hoax, what I bring to you today is the real thing! Street Fighter IV in the wild!!!
I caught a article over at Kotaku the other day regarding possibly the first Street Fighter IV machine in the US. Located in Walnut, California, a couple buddies and I went to go check it out after a run to Frank & Sons since we were in the area.
Located in a strip mall across from Mt. SAC, Super Arcade looked like your average runned down arcade. With Astro City cabinets all over the place. A small crowd was surrounding the Tekken 6 and Street Fighter IV machines. Seemed like there was reigning undefeated winner that day, as we watched him take out each challenger with the every hair fashionable Guile.
Here’s a video of the game in action:
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Famitsu just recently released some images of Persona 4 for the PS2. The sequel to popular Persona 3 and the latest in the series, Persona 4 will be set in the country side and feature a new weather system. The new weather system detects events that will occur in the game, which the player must solve or fight. The character and persona designs look pretty cool, a bit more light-hearted compared to its predecessor. Famitsu also included a DVD containing video footage of the game and a teaser animation to the game. Thankfully, it has made it way to the interwebs! Be aware that these two videos are pretty long, the first one is 10 minutes and the second one is 8 minutes.
The official site of the Type-Moon x Capcom fighter Fate/Unlimited Codes has a new trailer up from AOU 2008. It shows a brief demo of all the characters in action and some of their abilities. The game seems to be scheduled to hit arcades this June in Japan. Hopefully, it’ll make it to the home consoles so we can get our own Unlimited Blade Works action here in the States!
Now we can get our moe fight on! From what I saw in Japan, this all girl fighter was quite popular even making it into Tougeki-Super Battle Opera. Now, Atlus is bringing this game stateside for the PS2 on April 8. The game will contain the original arcade game and the Arcana Heart Full edition. It also comes with a reasonable price tag of $30, which isn’t bad at all.