The Great Ace Attorney 2 is 35% complete, details
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The Great Ace Attorney 2 is featured in this week’s issue of Famitsu. In the magazine, some new details are shared.
Here’s the lowdown:
– Follows Ryunosuke Naruhodo in late 19th century Japan and London
– Pursues the truth behind a mysterious case
– Sherlock Holmes and other fascinating characters will also appear
– Will feature cases and mysteries not discussed in the first game, as well as new episodes
– The “World Fair” and “Cursed Lodging” are the keys to the story, as well as a grave visiting scene with Ryunosuke’s partner Susato Mikotoba
– 35% complete
Ultra Street Fighter II details online mode
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Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers’ web page has updated with new information on how the various network modes will work. There will be an Arcade mode where you face against CPU’s to reach the end of the game, but players can cut in and challenge you, as if it is an arcade machine. The regular online mode will be divided between Casual and Ranked play. Ranked mode will have players winning or losing two types of points (Player and Battle) as they fight. It will feature Quick and Custom matches, as well as the ability to play with friends. Players can even create their own lobbies, setting personal rules and waiting for interested players to join. Casual mode will be a way to play without risking points. The game will also feature a local mode that will let you connect to other Switch consoles.
The page also indicates at the bottom that there will be the option for simplified Lite commands, allowing players to assign more complicated button combinations to single presses. It should be noted that this feature appeared in the 3DS version of Street Fighter IV, and players could make sure they were not matched up against players who used the Lite controls.
New trailer for The Great Ace Attorney 2
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After initially showing it at the Ace Attorney 15th anniversary event in Japan yesterday, Capcom has uploaded a new trailer for The Great Ace Attorney 2. We’ve attached it below.
Resident Evil 7 producer also finds Switch to be “unique”, but says no current plans to bring the series over
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Just a few days ago, Resident Evil 7 director Koshi Nakanishi spoke about Switch and how he finds it to be “unique hardware”. Now producer Masachika Kawata has weighed in as well.
Daily Express asked Kawata if Resident Evil will be on Switch. He unfortunately said there are “no plans at the moment”, but also commented on the hardware’s uniqueness much like Nakanishi.
“I think it’s a very unique piece of hardware. I’m looking forward to the possibilities of the system itself, but we have no plans at the moment regarding Resident Evil on Switch.”
The Great Ace Attorney 2 will be on 3DS
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When Capcom announced The Great Ace Attorney 2 a few months ago, the company didn’t actually confirm any platform for the game. That changed during a 15th anniversary event held in Japan a few hours ago. A new trailer debuted, and it’s now confirmed that The Great Ace Attorney 2 will be exclusively on 3DS.
The video isn’t online just yet. However, we should be seeing it online very soon.
Capcom on making Ultra Street Fighter II for Switch, two art styles, rebalancing, release date, dev team
Posted on 10 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 59 Comments | 0 Likes
IGN has a new interview up with Street Fighter series producer Yoshinori Ono. On the site, Ono shares several comments about Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. Ono talked about why Capcom decided to bring that game to Switch, including two art styles, how the team is approaching game balance, when it’ll be released (potentially pretty soon), and mix of older and younger staffers working on the project.
Head on below for notable excerpts from IGN’s interview. The site’s full article is located here.
Resident Evil 7 director believes Switch is “unique hardware”
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Resident Evil 7 director Koshi Nakanishi was asked for his thoughts about Switch in an interview with Gamereactor. He told the site:
“As an industry member, I had the opportunity to try Nintendo Switch before the presentation. I think it’s unique hardware and I’ll explore its possibilities. I’ve always been a fan of Nintendo.”
Nakanishi is leaving the door open to the possibility of working with Switch in the future. We’ll just have to wait and see if he ends up creating any projects for it.
Monster Hunter XX – Alchemy Style, Beast Prowler video
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Monster Hunter XX producer Shintaro Kojima and general deputy manager Satoshi Inoue star in another Monster Hunter XX video from Capcom. This time, the Alchemy Style and Beast Hunting Style for Prowlers is shown. Check out the video below.
New Capcom TV featuring Monster Hunter XX – weapon from Fairy Tail creator, Lao-Shan Lung
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The latest episode of Capcom TV just wrapped up, and Monster Hunter XX was once again heavily featured. Fairy Tail creator Hiro Mashima first stopped by to show off Uranometria, the weapon he designed for the game. He also played through the title, and there was a fight with Lao-Shan Lung.
Here’s the full recording:
Monster Hunter XX has a collaboration with the creator of Fairy Tail
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The Monster Hunter series is no stranger to collaborations. Even the latest entry, Monster Hunter XX, already has several partnerships announced.
The latest collaboration is for the Long Sword named Uranometria. It’s an original design from mangaka Hiro Mashima, the creator of Fairy Tail. The sword blade is drawn with a sparking sky of stars, and the scabbard’s silhouette will look like an ancient key.
During the latest episode of Capcom TV, Monster Hunter XX gameplay will be shown that uses the new weapon. Mashima will also be appearing as a guest.