Kamiya said no, but he wishes he didn't
Project X Zone 2 has finally been released in the west, allowing all gamers an opportunity to get a second helping of some multi-company crossover goodness. Naturally, one of the biggest selling points of this game is the massive cast of characters from a wide selection of games and while the selection is...
Super Smash Zone
It's difficult to know what to expect out of such a massive crossover like Project X Zone 2. When one game includes characters, places and references to dozens of franchises from across five different companies, one must wonder whether there will be balance to all of the different parts at play. Fortunately, Project X Zone 2 pulls...
A character bonanza
When Project X Zone was originally announced, the news came somewhat out of left field. The massive crossover was an RPG lover's dream, featuring characters and content from three popular and prolific companies. The final result was a success, though there were some complaints to be had with the basic gameplay structure,...
A crazy new trailer arrives, too
Project X Zone 2 will be among a glut of promising releases in early 2016, and will also be relatively unique among the crowded batch of arrivals. The RPG will once again mash up Capcom, SEGA and Bandai Namco franchises, and this time will throw in a bit of Xenoblade Chronicles and Fire Emblem for good measure. If...
Includes newcomers from Fire Emblem, Xenoblade and more
Project X Zone 2 joins a list of intriguing 3DS games that are due early next year (December this year in Japan); in fact, there may be one too many time sink games in that window for most of us mere mortals to tackle, but that's a nice problem to have. The Monolith Soft-developed IP mashup...
"How does it feel to be such a pathetic hero?"
Project X Zone 2 is shaping up to be a particularly intriguing sequel, with the IP mash-up RPG throwing in a diverse range of characters; that includes some from developer Monolith Soft and Nintendo's IPs. An updated list that can be added to the roster has now come out from the latest issue of...
Along with Capcom's Ingrid and Tales of Vesperia’s Estelle
The cast of forthcoming RPG Project X Zone 2 continues to grow at an alarming rate, with the latest additions being Shenmue's Ryo Hazuki, Capcom Fighting Evolution's Ingrid and Tales of Vesperia's Estelle. This latest trio of characters has been confirmed via leaked images taken from...
With the previously announced Nintendo flavour
Update 2: Bandai Namco has confirmed that 19th February is actually the correct date, not 16th February as originally tweeted by Nintendo of Europe. Update: Bandai Namco of Europe appears to have confirmed a 19th February release date, we'll try and clarify the correct date and update this article...
This just got serious...
Project X Zone 2 may have slipped into an early 2016 release in the West, but there's exciting news that should help build more interest among Nintendo fans. Characters from Nintendo-exclusive games are joining the diverse cast which already encompasses Bandai Namco, SEGA and Capcom IPs. The two games / franchises being...
Over seven minutes of action
Project X Zone 2 is heading to the 3DS in Europe in 2016, which is great news - albeit a delay - for those that got drawn into the anarchic original RPG. Meshing together franchises from SEGA, Capcom and Bandai Namco, it doesn't have to make sense to be entertaining. Bandai Namco of Europe has now published a new video...
Project X Zone 2 was a slightly surprising reveal in the last month, as the original on 3DS had performed reasonably but hadn't exactly lit up the charts. Nevertheless we have another bold crossover RPG featuring diverse characters from Capcom, SEGA and Bandai Namco; it's as crazy as it sounds. The cast for this latest entry will...
More cross-over goodness seems to be on the cards
Project X Zone on 3DS isn't perfect, but its bonkers storyline and mashups of Capcom, Sega and Bandai Namco certainly aren't dull. A lengthy, occasionally odd game, for fans of those companies and their storied franchises it can be a slice of anarchic strategy heaven. The good news is that a sequel...
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