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A few Rune Factory 3 details

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– Coming out in 2009
– No announcement for North America yet
– Hero is able to use magical belt
– Belt allows you to transform into monsters you collect
– Conversing with people in animal form will influence how they respond to you
– Most of the games takes place in a big tree



You should be receiving one of these emails shortly if you’ve reached Platinum or Gold status, if you haven’t already. Also, remember that Nintendo has reset the status of Club Nintendo members today.


As we previously mentioned, this is Hikari no Yon Senshi: Final Fantasy Gaiden (Four Warriors of Light: Final Fantasy Gaiden) for the Nintendo DS.

– Called Hikari no Yon Senshi: Final Fantasy Gaiden (Four Warriors of Light: Final Fantasy Gaiden)
– Menu-driven DS RPG
– Play as 14-year-old boy, needs to save a princess
– Starts with your birthday, King summons you
– King’s daughter kidnapped by a witch
– Can have parties up to four
– Battle system doesn’t have MP, has Charge command
– Some customization – type of equipment changes character appearance
– Releasing this Fall in Japan
– No relation to Game Boy’s Final Fantasy Adventure


No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle may very well be the last game in the franchise to be developed for Wii. The latest edition of EDGE features an interview with Goichi Suda, who is the director of the game. In the past, Suda 51 has expressed interest in bringing the series to other platforms, going as far as to say that, “it’d be good to have a chance to release the game on other consoles.” Now Suda has gone even farther with his words and shared with the magazine that No More Heroes will most likely be making a transition to “a new platform.”

“I think this is the last No More Heroes that is going to be developed on Wii. To expand No More Heroes to new possibilities, we need a new platform. Wii is a great platform, but we’ve done everything we can with it now.”

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Thanks to _Contra_ for the news tip!

London (1st July 2009) – Square Enix Ltd., the publisher of Square Enix® interactive entertainment products in Europe and other PAL territories, today announces that PUZZLE BOBBLE GALAXY™ a brand new release from TAITO®, based on the classic video game franchise Bubble Bobble, will be released across PAL territories on 28th of August, 2009 exclusively on the Nintendo DS™ handheld system.

PUZZLE BOBBLE GALAXY is a match-three arcade puzzle game starring the loveable Bub and Bob dinosaur brothers from the hugely popular Bubble Bobble game. Players will embark on a magnificent adventure set in space as they help battle against powerful enemies who are trying to rule the entire universe. True to the original classic, players will shoot balls from the cannon located at the bottom of the screen, matching colours with the gaggle of bubbles at the top. Patience and perseverance not included but, the rewards will be generous!

EDGE review scores

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The latest EDGE review scores are as follows:

Prototype – 8
Arma 2 – 7
Monster Hunter Freedom Unite – 7
The Conduit – 4
Battlefield 1943: Pacific – 9
Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings – 3
Overlord 2 – 6
Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood – 7
Fight Night Round 4 – 8
Red Faction: Guerilla – 7
Killing Floor – 6
Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero? – 4
Another Code R – 4
Bonsai Barber – 7


The Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Videogame is THE Place for Fans to Live the Thrills, Action and Excitement of Harry Potter This Summer

GUILDFORD, UK, June 30, 2009 – The EA Play Label of Electronic Arts Inc (NASDAQ:ERTS) and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced that the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince™ videogame will be available in stores across the globe this week. Available on multiple platforms, the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince videogame allows players to experience all the magic, adventure and fun of the Warner Bros. Pictures’ film based on J.K. Rowling’s sixth book in the Harry Potter™ series.

In the game of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, players return to Hogwarts™ – reproduced from movie blueprints in exacting detail – to help Harry survive a fraught sixth year. Players will be able to master gesture-based spell-casting as they explore the Hogwarts school grounds, from the heights of the Astronomy Tower to Professor Slughorn’s Potions classroom in the depths of the dungeons and iconic locations in between such as the Gryffindor™ common room and the Great Hall.