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Steal Princess heading to Europe

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Unique puzzle platformer heads to Europe courtesy of Rising Star Games.
February 13th 2009 – Lock your valuables away and keep your wallets safe as Rising Star Games announces the European release of Steal Princess for the Nintendo DS™. Highly regarded in Japan due to its unique gameplay features, Steal Princess becomes the latest new addition to the Rising Star Games family and slots in nicely with its ‘Home of Japanese Games’ branding initiative. Steal Princess is scheduled for release in all PAL territories during May 2009.

Accidentally triggering a booby trap which leaves Anise unconscious, the young thief awakens in the clutches of the King of Albyon. Mistaking Anise for a descendent of the legendary Hero of Albyon, the king offers her an ultimatum: free the prince, who was captured by the ancient Demon King, or be convicted as a thief and locked away for life.


MINNEAPOLIS, MN – February 13, 2009 – Activision Publishing, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) announces an agreement with 4Kids Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: KDE) and Chaotic USA Entertainment Group, Inc. to publish Chaotic®, a video game based on the popular trading card game and animated television series. Chaotic is scheduled for release on Wii™, Nintendo DS™, Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, and PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system in fall 2009.

The Chaotic video game combines action, role playing and turn-based strategy gameplay elements for an epic adventure in Perim, the stunning Chaotic world. Players adventure through vibrant, fully-realized 3D environments and interact with various characters from the best-selling trading card game and hit animated series. Players will build and manage their own army of Chaotic creatures while fighting enemies, collecting battlegear and unlocking new mugic® (magic) spells and attacks. The Chaotic video game features dramatic tactical battles, a variety of captivating gameplay modes, as well as powerful upgrades and valuable unlockables.

Muramasa: The Demon Blade info

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– The boy, Kisuke, is a fugitive ninja which lost his memories, to the point that he couldn’t even remember why he was being chased after. The only thing he is sure of, is that he is now motivated by an intense desire to pursue and find a certain “katana”, even if this means fighting for that.

– The girl, Momohime, is a pure and beautiful princess which was one day possessed by an evil spirit. This tragedy led her to flee her castle, and to vanish…

– You can use two types of katana : the regular, long sword, and the bigger sword. The regular swords excel in 1-on-1 and aerial battles, while the bigger, more powerful swords are better suited to take care of multiple enemies.The proper use of weapons depending on the situation is a key element of the battles.
It’s said that the battles are not just about blowing off enemies, as there are many strategic elements to them.

– You can perform defensive, as well as evasive moves, at the cost of a depleting soul gauge. When the gauge reachs zero, your weapon breaks, considerably reducing your attack power (you’ll then have to switch your sword).

– You can equip up to 3 katanas. After a certain time has elapsed, you’re able to use one of your weapon’s special power (“iai kiri”). To do that, just switch to it, and it will be unleashed automatically. Switching your weapons strategically is actually a key element.

– As you collect more and more katanas, you’ll find out that each of them has a different secret skill concealed within it (i.e : some spinning move, lightning-quick jabs, etc)

– That game takes place on the Genroku era’s Honshuu. You’re free to start the game with any of the two characters. If you choose Kisuke, you start from the West side of the map. Alternatively, if you choose Momohime, you start from the East side. From then the story of both characters branch out independently.

– On your quest, you’ll be able to meet various characters, visit some villages and cities where you’ll be able to shop, eat, and restore yourself, and experience many events.

-the development team actually invested a lot of time and effort into the animations which are played when you eat the various meals at the restaurants, so they hope you’ll enjoy them .

– You’ll be able to travel long distance in a short time thanks to boats and other vehicles, though you’ll have to pay for these services. You must be careful though, as you could have a few surprises during your trips…

– the preorder bonus will consist of a 2 meters long, reversible folding screen with artworks printed on it.


First day sales in Japan

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Street Fighter IV (PS3, Capcom) – 58,000 (50%)
Street Fighter IV (360, Capcom) – 28,000 (65%)
Mario & Luigi 3 (DS, Nintendo) – 155,000 (57%)
Kidou Senshi Gundam: Giren no Yabou – Axis no Kyoui V (PSP, Bandai Namco) – 23,000 (40%)
Kidou Senshi Gundam: Giren no Yabou – Axis no Kyoui V (PS2, Bandai Namco) – 24,000 (60%)
Tenchu 4 (PSP, From Software) – 10,000 (30%)
Skate 2 (PS3, Electronic Arts) – 2,400 (47%)
Skate 2 (360, Electronic Arts) – 2,200 (67%)

Re-record of legendary metal anthem ‘Ace of Spades’ joins the set list
Friday 13th February/… Once honoured by Metallica with seven Motörhead covers performed as “The Lemmys,” GRAMMY® Award-winning legend and lead vocalist and bassist of Motörhead, Lemmy, will take his rightful place on stage alongside Lars, James, Kirk and Robert in Activision Publishing Inc.’s Guitar Hero® Metallica® this spring.

Budding rockstars will have the opportunity to experience Lemmy’s in-game likeness as he wails away on vocals and shreds his bass guitar – or play as the icon himself. The rock ‘n’ roll legend, born Ian Kilmister, will have a familiar tune with him as Motörhead’s 2008 re-record of ‘Ace of Spades’ rocks its way into the set list.

Lemmy says, “It’s great to be in Guitar Hero with all these famous people and I’m really pleased to be in it with Metallica…but James is still taller than me.”

Onslaught video

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Onslaught (1000 points)
Pop-Up Pirate! (500 points)



Karlstad, Sweden: Nordic Games Publishing AB today announces their first set of console titles, Dance Party Pop Hits and Dance Party Club Hits, for the WiiTM and PlayStation®2. Both titles will launch across EMEA on the 3rd April 2009.

The Dance Party games feature music from two different genres to appeal to a broad audience, including classic tracks from leading artists like “Black and Gold” – Sam Sparro, “The Creeps” – Camille Jones, “Cry For You” – September, “Push The Button” – Sugababes, “Some Kinda Rush” – Booty Luv and “Murder On The Dance Floor” by Sophie Ellis Bextor.

Game Informer review scores

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The latest Game Informer review scores are as follows:

Street Fighter IV (PS3/360): 9.25 SO: 9.5 (Console Game of the Month)
F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin (PS3/PC/360): 8.25 SO: 8.5
Afro Samurai (PS3/360): 7.75 SO: 7.75
Lord of the Rings: Conquest (PS3/360): 4.75 SO: 6
Burnout Paradise The Ultimate Box (PS3/360): 9 SO: 9.25
Killzone 2 (PS3): 8.75 SO: 9
Marble Saga: Kororinpa (Wii): 8 SO: 8.5
Deadly Creatures (Wii): 7 SO: 7

Halo Wars (360): 9 SO: 9.25
Stoked (360): 7.5 SO: 7.75
Race Pro (360): 7 SO: 7.25
Star Ocean The Last Hope (360): 7 SO: 7.75
Warhammer 40,000 Dawn of War II (PC): 8.75 SO: 8.25 (PC Game of the Month)
Drakensang The Dark Eye (PC): 6.75 SO: 7.5
LocoRoco 2 (PSP): 9.25 SO: 8.75 (Handheld Game of the Month)
Dragonquest V Hand of the Heavenly Bride (DS): 7.5 SO: 7
Trackmania DS (DS): 6.5 SO: 6.5
Blue Dragon Plus (DS): 5.5
Legacy of Ys: Books I and II(DS): 5
My World, My Way(DS): 6 SO: 7.5