http://www.1up.com/do/newsStory?cId=3178391Two Tales of Phantasia Remakes Hitting PSP
The original plus Narikiri Dungeon on one UMD.
By Kevin Gifford, 03/17/2010
Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon
Namco Bandai Games weren't content with just announcing Solarobo this week -- the company also unveiled plans to release Tales of Phantasia X, a pair of remakes put together on a single disc. It's set to hit the PSP sometime later this year in Japan; no US release has been announced.
TOPX consists of two titles. The first, Tales of Phantasia Cross Edition, is a remake (originally released on the PSP in 2006) of the very first Tales RPG in the whole series. The Cross Edition has a few small improvements from the previous fully-voiced remake, including a revised battle system and a selection of new story events, but largely it's the same as before.
Completely new this time around is a full-on remake of Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon, an RPG released exclusively in Japan for the Game Boy Color in 2000. Set a hundred years after the original TOP, it tells the sale of Dio and Mel, two explorers who can change into a variety of outfits to transform their class and battle skillsets on the fly. The game largely revolves around exploring randomly-generated dungeons, and as you'd expect, the graphics and visual scenes have been completely redone from the ground up to modern PSP standards.
More info as it comes.
So it's gameshark + tilt? Lol, pretty cool still I guess because of the tilt. I hate buying third party hardware though.
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http://playstationlifestyle.net/2010...s-yet-to-come/Today is the 5-year anniversary of the PSP’s release. The PSP has redefined what’s expected from a gaming handheld system with its many features and multimedia capabilities. However, Sony says “the best is yet to come”.
Peter Dille, SCEA’s Senior Vice President of Marketing, talks about the PSP’s success as well as the future of the device:
Even though the PSP is showing its age, we expect Sony to continue to support their first foray into the handheld market for years to come. That being said, we wouldn’t be surprised to see a new PSP announced at E3 or at another trade show later in the year.“Today, the PSP system is a well-established handheld platform that continuously redefines portable entertainment with quality that’s unparalleled. As PSP celebrates its fifth anniversary, the best is yet to come. We’re very excited about the vibrant 2010 lineup and are committed to continuing to offer entertainment experiences and immersive gameplay only possible on the PlayStation platform.”
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Nippon Ichi and Imageepoch joining forces and spanking girls in a new PSP RPG
Written by William Carpenter 13 hours ago
It seems as though Nippon Ichi and Luminous Arc developers Imageepoch will be joining forces to create a different sort of JRPG experience on the Playstation Portable. Details on the game, titled Criminal Girls, has been slowly leaking onto Japanese message boards across the net.
The game, perhaps predictably, will be an isometric JRPG with 2D sprites familiar to fans of both studios involved. Players assume the role of a warden assigned to hell, which is apparently a prison. It is up to the player to reform a group of seven girls by 'punishing' them, while also leading them to the top of a tower and back out into the land of the living. This is where things get a little less predictable, and a whole lot more surreal.
Punishing the girls is said to be a rather robust part of the gameplay experience, with a wide range of options available. Several currently unavailable screenshots showcase options such as spanking and healing massages. In a currently unavailable interview, the staff expressed confidence that the CERO rating received wouldn't be too harsh. Whether or not the American ESRB is as lenient - assuming the game is localized at all - is another matter entirely, however.
Of the seven girls featured, three so far have been named and it is said that each of them will represent one of the seven deadly sins. Kisaragi, voiced by Tomoko Hasegawa, will represent greed. Arisu, voiced by Ai Matayoshi, represents pride. The third girl thus far revealed, Tomoe, will be voiced by Yumi Hara.
When you aren't punishing pretty anime ladies, there will be some combat to be had. Unfortunately, there are no details to be shared on the combat mechanics just yet.
Criminal Girls will hit both retail and PSN on November 18 in Japan. Until then, look forward to hearing more on the game in a Dengeki Playstation article set to be released sometime this week.
What THe Heck is that about??@
Spanking Girls RPG
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If spanking and punishing these announced girls is the punishents so far.... what the hell will you be doing to the one that represents Lust?
My guess is its probably too little too late except maybe for Japan.
Too late for what ? They are just getting rid of the old PSP before the new PSP hit the shelves.
I don't particuraly disagree with you, I just think that they are tring to get everything they can from the PSP.
But as it is (I believe) the last year of this console, they can't wait more than short momenteum.
Speaking of me, it's been a long time since I asked myself if I would get a PSP, but now with the coming PSP2, I will wait one more year.
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