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We get ready for the European Overturn release with this Q & A!

With Overturn: Mecha Wars finally on its way to European shores, we took the time to catch up with Studio Zan's CEO, Makoto Sunaga, and fire off some questions about the robot battling title. Nintendo Life: First of all, could you give us a brief introduction to Studio Zan?Sunaga-san: The company was established in 2004 by the core..

News: Europe Finally Gets Overturned on February 12th

Europe Finally Gets Overturned on February 12th

Mecha madness hits WiiWare shortly

Until now, European fans of giant robots have been crying into their Transformers pillowcases about the state of the Wii's 'bot back catalogue, their tears ever saltier by the long delay in seeing Overturn: Mecha Wars reach European shores. Originally announced for a European release last April, Gamebridge has just sent over confirmation that the game will be on..

News: Overturn Weekend Challenge

Overturn Weekend Challenge

Prepare to meet the makers!

Vince from Studio Zan has just let us know there's going to be a special Weekend Challenge running from the 3rd - 6th of September, where players can get a chance to play against the game developers online in the USA and Japan between 6pm and midnight PST (00:00-08:00 BST). Studio Zan developers can be identified by the name "StudioZAN", so if you run into..

News: Overturn: Mecha Wars Coming to WiiWare on Monday

Overturn: Mecha Wars Coming to WiiWare on Monday

The tournament-based battle title is on its way to North America.

Studio ZAN has just announced that their tournament-based battle game Overturn: Mecha Wars will be released on the WiiWare service in North America this Monday, August 3rd for 800 Wii Points. They were kind enough to send over a host of new screenshots of the game in action that you can check out below, along with a snippet of..

First Impressions: Overturn

Overturn

Whilst many of us are used to WiiWare games consisting of puzzle games and the very odd platformer, we are starting to see some more ambitious games.

Overturn is one of these, a 3D arena-based robot fighting game which features not only 2-player split screen and a single player story (tournament) mode, but online play with up to four players -- truly impressive considering the game fits in only 200..