Posts tagged Resonance of Fate
It just keeps getting better. Project X Zone screens revealed by Famitsu yesterday revealed the team attack for Team Sega’s Zephyr and Leanne, which happens to be a recreation of their first meeting in Resonance of Fate, as a really cool nod to fans of the game and the pairing. Also revealed were the pair’s artwork, as well as the appearance of various enemies and locales from RoF in PXZ.
I seriously couldn’t be happier with this news, obviously, and I’m seriously hoping the game is localized just for these two now, especially since it might be the last new thing of them for awhile. Anyone else loving this RoF fanservice?
Cue me finally becoming interested in this game. This week’s copy of Famitsu reveals six new characters for the Project X Zone crossover RPG. Dead Rising’s Frank West and Hsien-Ko from Darkstalkers join the fray from the Capcom side, Alisa and Soma from Namco’s God Eater are in, and from the Sega side, Zephyr and Leanne/Reanbell from Resonance of Fate have been added.
I wasn’t too interested in this for awhile, especially after seeing who’s representing my beloved Tekken. But after this news, being such a huge fan of RoF, I’ve done a complete 180 on it. I’m ridiculously happy to see Sega hasn’t completely forgotten the cult RPG. Do any of these new additions interest you? Tell us in the comments.
Major Nelson updated his Xbox blog with a few Sega-related games this week. Most notable is Resonance of Fate being added to the Games On Demand section on Xbox Live. Also noted, Rise of Nightmares will have a demo online soon enough. What does this mean to us Sega Addicts? Well, if you are a Sega slacker then now you can finally take part in some awesome games! Oh snap! Seriously though, both of these games are worth checking out. So do it up!
[Source: Major Nelson's Blog]
Hey you know that game that fellow writer Brett Hatfield keeps mentioning in games of the week? Well the good news for him is that it’s getting its own promotional webcomic! That’s the good news, the bad news is that it’s entirely in Japanese, for the time being. The comic is called End of Eternity: The Secret Hours (‘End of Eternity’ is the official Japanese name for the game) and you can read it in Japanese here.
So that’s a nice treat for all 5 of you who can actually read it. Awesome! The story itself is an original story, so it’ll be one of those expanded universe, type of deals. Now let’s just hope Sega (or some lovely fans) care to translate it.
Recently, a survey was done by by Japanese gaming magazine/website Dengeki about the most interesting games of 2010 so far. Although the results might not be what you expect (congrats to Etrian Odyssey III and Nier!) Sega definitely holds on to a decent chunk of the list with three games in the top twenty. The list is as follows:
- Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker (PSP) – Konami
- Etrian Odyssey III (DS) – Atlus
- Xenoblade (Wii) – Nintendo
- Super Street Fighter IV (Multi) – Capcom
- Nier Replicant/Nier Gestalt (PS3/360) – Square Enix
- Ar Tonelico III (PS3) – Gust
- Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep (PSP) – Square Enix
- Lost Planet 2 (Multi) – Capcom
- Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Wii) – Nintendo
- God Eater (PSP) – Namco-Bandai
- Yakuza 4 (PS3) – Sega
- God of War 3 (PS3) – Sony
- Ghost Trick (DS) – Capcom
- Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 (DS) – Square Enix
- Atelier Totori: The Alchemist of Arland 2 (PS3) – Gust
- Love Plus+ (DS) – Konami
- Valkyria Chronicles 2 (PSP) – Sega
- Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie (DS) – Square Enix
- Resonance of Fate (Multi) – Sega
- Heavy Rain (PS3) – Sony
So what do you guys think? Do you agree with the stuff (that’s been released where you live) that’s on this list? I do, but that’s because I’m one of the six people in America who enjoyed Nier. Do wish some of the Sega stuff was higher, but hey, what can you do?