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News: ​North America Gets a Project X Zone 2 Demo on 26th January

​North America Gets a Project X Zone 2 Demo on 26th January

A taste of what's to come

It's somewhat hard to believe, but Project X Zone 2 is just about a month away from releasing here in the west. The sequel to the three company mega mashup SRPG extravaganza that was Project X Zone aims to deliver an even bigger experience, with more characters and cameos from the companies' rich histories. While it may be...

News: Project X Zone 2 Will Have Some Pre-Order Bonuses in North America

Project X Zone 2 Will Have Some Pre-Order Bonuses in North America

Will include an exclusive theme and some in-game goodies

As many of you are likely aware, Project X Zone 2 is only a few months away from releasing in the West. The three company crossover extravaganza is set to be even more massive than the original, with more franchises being represented and more characters than ever before. It's also worth noting...

News: Project X Zone 2 Crosses Over to the West For a Fall Release on Nintendo 3DS

Project X Zone 2 Crosses Over to the West For a Fall Release on Nintendo 3DS

The Super Smash Bros. of SRPGs gets a sequel

For those of you out of the loop, Project X Zone was a massive SRPG from Bandai Namco, Sega, and Capcom. Featuring over 200 characters (most of which you probably hadn't heard of) from 30 franchises between the three companies, it was quite the mashup. The unique combat system and the roster on offer made...

News: Project X Zone Price Slashed To $20 On The North American 3DS eShop

Project X Zone Price Slashed To $20 On The North American 3DS eShop

Role-playing on a budget

Project X Zone is one of those games that isn't for everyone; the unique mixture of JRPG action and fan-service means that it's only going to appeal to a very focused audience. Chances are some of you may have passed on this title when it first released — but the game has just received a permanent price reduction which...

Review: Project X Zone (3DS)

Project X Zone (3DS)

The best of 200+ worlds

It's unlikely that this review is the first you're hearing of Project X Zone; with a sprawling, time-traveling, world-hopping, dimension-skipping plot that draws together more than 200 characters from about 30 different franchises, there's been a lot of excited talk about this one. Now that we've been able to spend our time...