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– The main characters are a male lead named Shinichi Suzutani and a female lead named Rin Kagura.
– These characters visit a website called “The Black Page” that can banish you to a life, keeping you from heaven and hell
– The two main characters fall into that trap via the website, and you have to get them back to the real world.
– Pointing with Wiimote moves your character in first person view.
– Your cell phone lets you get calls from ghosts, which will give you tips.
– Call other cell phones to warp around the game world
– You can take pictures with your cell phone to send them to friends
– Scare off ghosts during ‘fright events’ by shaking the Wiimote and pressing the correct buttons displayed
– 70% done
– Due out this year in Japan

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– 14th birthday for Brand is important
– Director says theme of the game is travels of an adventure
– Dragons, crystals play big part in the story
– Turn-based battles
– Select command with stylus
– Crown System similar to FF series’ Job System – set abilities with character, then appear as panels in command panel area on the bottom screen
– Touch panels to carry out spells
– Coming out this fall in Japan
– Classic RPG gaming with modern DS tech
– Random battles


Suda51 has already shared that there will be characters other than Travis to play as in No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle. However, now there are some rumors that EDGE has information of an additional character that had not been previously revealed. Head past the break to see the blurb from the magazine.

In the 45th issue of the Official Nintendo Magazine, creative director of Red Steel 2 Jason Vandenberghe spoke about his latest project. In the interview, Vandenberghe made some audacious statements, including a claim that the game is “one of the best looking games on the Wii.”

“We’ve come a long way in terms of getting the core gameplay working. The first person brawler stuff, that’s really working for me. It’s awesome. We’ve got a lot of polish on the visuals and cool lighting. It’s one of the best looking games on the Wii. The game is so much fun with the Wii MotionPlus peripheral. I hope it gives gamers something really cool to do with their Wii. It’s a really cool game for core gamers.”

This information comes from the latest Nintendo Power

“…And I want him to be a huge star, so that’s why I’m working very hard to make this game as interesting as possible. Maybe in the future, we can see him fighting alongside Link in the next Smash Bros. [Laughs] That would be great.”

Travis came around way to late to fit into Super Smash Bros. Brawl. But I could definitely picture him in the next Smash Bros. game. How many of you would be interested in seeing that?

This information comes from the latest Nintendo Power…

“I like a lot of my other characters, too, but Travis is my favorite. He has a special place in my heart. He’s a good friend of mine and I really wanted to work with him again. I will stay with him until he dies…”

I know Travis has gained a lot of supporters through the first No More Heroes game. He’s definitely not your typical video game character. I was glad when Desperate Struggle was revealed and I hope Suda51 continue to create games with Travis!


Stunning Action RPG Available for Nintendo DSTM This Holiday Season

AUSTIN, TEXAS – July 7, 2009 – Aspyr Media and Big Blue Bubble have partnered to launch Fighting Fantasy: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain for Nintendo DS™. Based on the legendary book series by Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson, Fighting Fantasy: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain is a first-person fantasy role-playing game that takes players on an elaborate adventure through the Firetop Mountain Keep, the scene of the first entry in the renowned literary line. With a highly optimized 3D engine, dynamic lighting and highly detailed, full-frame animations, Fighting Fantasy: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain fully immerses players in the dank, eerie depths of each dungeon and passage.

“Fighting Fantasy: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain is our most ambitious Nintendo DS project to date,” said Damir Slogar CEO of Big Blue Bubble Inc. “Driven by the vision of bringing next gen console gaming to the handheld platform, as well as our passion for role playing games, we spent the past few years working on a game that will showcase how this FPSRPG on Nintendo DS can and should look.”

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