A lot of stuff was released after North America went to bed and throughout today. From Patapon 2′s Engrish demonstration to the unorthodox Noby Noby Boy trailer. My personal favorite: the KOFXII footage. So good.
So check out the collection of the day.
Eleven screenshots to commemorate the Tokyo Game Show. Enjoy them, folks!
Prince of Persia launches later this year.
When this reboot was first unveiled, I was pretty excited. Didn’t know how it was going to flow or play, but I appreciated the change in art direction. After watching the demonstration below, I’m thoroughly impressed with this reboot. It really is like Prince of Persia meets Okami.
Absolutely gorgeous and I can’t wait to try it for myself.
Last night on SpikeTV, the following trailers were put up for those TV watching neanderthals. Since I missed out on them and was looking forward to watching them at a decent resolution, I picked them out and put ‘em here.
Ubidays 2008 is upon us. Quality over quantity? Or perhaps not everything was revealed yet. Anyways, I’ve gathered a few things and will continue to update this post with new tidbits as I stumble upon them.
Check out the videos, images and other tidbits below:
The upcoming Prince of Persia: Prodigy was quite the eye opener when I first learned about it. Well those screens I posted were rather small, so I found some new and larger ones on Tiscali Games.
I loved the first Prince of Persia for its faint hearted nature and lack of blood. It felt like Aladdin for me minus the Robin Williams Genie appearances. I’d never played a game like it before and it was just very refreshing. The sequels? Not so much. I hear the gameplay improved, but the darker tone didn’t resonate well.The new Prince of Persia looks to be a complete reboot with new art style and new direction in game design altogether. I commend this step. Not many developers/publishers would put something out like this, but I’m so pleased to see it happening.
Here’s some cropped scans from the latest Joy-pad, a French magazine, courteousy of Pro-Gamers.fr: