First Project X Zone screenshots, details

Posted under 3DS, News
April 11, 2012 by (@NE_Brian)

The first screenshots and details of Namco Bandai, Capcom, and SEGA’s 3DS crossover game, Project X Zone, are now available. Famitsu posted the first batch of images on its website.

Details on Project X Zone can be found below. The information mostly covers how the project came to be and a few gameplay details. A list of the title’s roster thus far can be found here.


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- Producer Kensuke Tsukanaka said Namco Bandai approached Capcom first
- Namco Bandai had internally discussed making a project with mixed characters
- SEGA were brought in on the discussions after Capcom
- Capcom’s Tatsuya Kitabayashi told Famitsu that he and Sega’s Yasushi Yamashita are overseeing the project
- Originally considered a name with all three companies’ names included
- They felt this name would be too long
- If Project X Zone was a sequel to Namco x Capcom, they could have used a similar title
- Since it’s a completely new titles and because it’s a “project that realizes a dream crossover,” the companies agreed on the Project X Zone name
- Each character has recognizable moves
- Ryu and Ken can use various Shoryuken and other fighting moves
- X and Zero have moves including X Buster and Z Saber
- Ulala has a “Tension Blaster” move
- Character list isn’t final
- More characters will be revealed
- Hidden characters in the game
- Some of the characters may not appear to lend themselves well to strategy RPG style combat
- Even though they’ll still fight, they’ll use actions one might expect of them
- Characters fight in teams
- Example: Ryu and Ken, Jill and Chris will fight together
- There are some exceptions to this “rule”
- Combat details soon
- 50% complete
- Out this year

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