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This information comes from Mistwalker’s Twitter…

“Notice: #thelaststory has been completed. The completion date is not exactly today…but it has been finished. (H. Sakaguchi)”

Sakaguchi also tweeted on his own Japanese Twitter account that The Last Story has been in development for three and a half years. However, the concept for the game was born almost four years ago. For a project that has been in development so long, one would hope that The Last Story lives up to fans’ expectations! Likewise, I’m sure Sakaguchi is hoping that the title sells well and that it is well received.

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Tecmo Koei America has announced its official first-quarter software release schedule for 2011. The lineup includes many exciting new titles, as well as sequels to fan-favorite franchises.

Trinity: Souls of Zill ‘Oll – PS3 Exclusive – February 8, 2011
Warriors: Legends of Troy – PS3 and Xbox 360 – March 8, 2011
Dynasty Warriors 7 – PS3 and Xbox 360 – March 22, 2011

In addition to these titles, Tecmo Koei America also has two games slated for the launch of the Nintendo 3DS™, Dead or Alive Dimensions and Samurai Warriors Chronicles. Official release dates for these titles will become available soon after the New Year.

Source: Tecmo Koei PR

This information comes from CEO Alex Neuse, who shared the following information with EGM…

“We are working on a [3DS] title that – cross your fingers – will be out within the launch window. That’s not going to be an easy task.”

Neuse also told the magazine that the Bit.Trip series will not end with Bit.Trip Flux, though he has nothing specific to share as of yet.

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According to Siliconera, Tecmo Koei is readying two titles for the launch of the 3DS in North America. The site is reporting that both Dead or Alive: Dimensions and Samurai Warriors Chronicle will be available on day one. Tecmo Koei has apparently said that the games will be released before the end of the fiscal year ending March 31, 2011. While this does sound likely, consider this a rumor until we receive an official announcement.

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This information comes from the Super Meat Boy Twitter…

“ATTENTION: there will not be a Wiiware version of SMB. we are looking in to retail Wii, bit its also looking grim. still looking though. no publishers we talk to say wii retail doesnt make enough money for them to invest. there is still a chance, i dont want to say no till we know for sure there is no chance of it happening”

Man, it’s unbelievable what has happened with the WiiWare version of Super Meat Boy. I feel like the game was announced for the platform ages ago! Xbox 360 owners have been playing it for a couple of months now while Wii owners aren’t even sure if they will be eventually be able to purchase the title. Going to retail really does seem like the only other possible option, but things aren’t looking promising.

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I’m hijacking the site for 2 seconds here because I just noticed something really quite silly. And because I know I can do it without getting in trouble. But mostly the first reason.

As I was updating our sister site, GamingEverything, I noticed yet another post about gamers complaining that their Call of Duty: Black Ops copies aren’t working online, despite numerous patches by Treyarch attempting to fix the issues. Every time I’ve posted these types of posts, I never really paid much mind because I personally have had no issues with the online in the game, but then I also realized: No one is really complaining about the Wii version. All the bugs are in the PS360 version of the game!

Sort of ironic considering how the Wii is generally considered an inherently worse piece of online tech… Anyone here experiencing major Wii Black Ops problems? Do you also find it sort of funny that the Wii version works fine? Discuss with me, my lovely readers.

~Austin

LovePlus 3DS details

Posted 13 years ago by in 3DS, News | 0 comments

– Game will have the most voice ever for the series
– Can bring your girlfriends and hairstyles from LovePlus +
– Connectivity with the two arcade titles
– “Kareshi Lock” (or “Boyfriend Lock”) is the feature in which girls remember your face
– Girlfriend will ask “Who are you?” when someone else plays
– Won’t be a launch title for 3DS
– “Love Plus Productions” announced, will make LovePlus, Tokimeki Memorial and the Tongari Boushi games

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You know, this actually looks pretty impressive for the DS. It might be ignored, though, as its release date is close to the 3DS’ launch.

Thanks to Thwarp for the tip!


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