Project X Zone Removed From Nintendo 3DS eShop

In some surprising news it would seem as though the original Project X Zone has been removed from both the North American and European eShop. We are not certain why the game has been removed but it's no longer listed as a downloadable title. If you have downloaded it before then you're greeted with the following … Continue reading Project X Zone Removed From Nintendo 3DS eShop

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Project X Zone 2 Is Coming To Europe In February

https://twitter.com/BandaiNamcoEU/status/645885194784899072 Bandai Namco has announced via Twitter that Project X Zone 2 will be arriving in Europe on February 19th. It was also revealed that Project X Zone 2 will be coming to the United States on February 16th. In case you missed it, we heard last week that the game will star characters from … Continue reading Project X Zone 2 Is Coming To Europe In February

Project X Zone 2’s Japanese Release Date Announced; Collector’s Edition Detailed

This week in Famitsu, a small update for Project X Zone 2 has been revealed including the Japanese release date and what fans can hope to find in the collector's edition. If you live in Japan, expect to be grabbing this crossover title on November 12 -- as of yet, a US release date is still … Continue reading Project X Zone 2’s Japanese Release Date Announced; Collector’s Edition Detailed

Take A Look At The Project X Zone 2’s Trailer

Stealth-released after Nintendo's Digital Event @ E3, Bandai Namco Europe revealed the trailer for Project X Zone 2. The tactical crossover RPG that brings together characters from SEGA, Capcom, and Bandai Namco is the sequel of the original Project X Zone. According to the video, the game is set to release Autumn 2015 exclusively on … Continue reading Take A Look At The Project X Zone 2’s Trailer

Project X Zone Sold Ten Times Better Than Bandai Namco Expected Overseas

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o69O9h0DkI0 Bandai Namco has revealed that the mixed Project X Zone for the Nintendo 3DS sold around ten times better than the company originally envisioned when it was released in the west in 2013. When the company was asked about a sequel, Shonen Gamez were told that Bandai Namco would love to eventually create one. … Continue reading Project X Zone Sold Ten Times Better Than Bandai Namco Expected Overseas

Project X Zone Is Now $14.99 On 3DS eShop And $20 On Amazon

Capcom and Namco Bandai's ambitious brawler Project X Zone is now only $15 on the Nintendo 3DS eShop in North America. If you'd rather purchase a physical release then you can pick Project X Zone up for $20 on Amazon. Project X Zone features over 50 characters from 29 historic game franchises by three of Japan's … Continue reading Project X Zone Is Now $14.99 On 3DS eShop And $20 On Amazon

UK Chart: Animal Crossing Remains In Top 5, Project X Zone Debuts In Top 20

This week's UK chart details are in, and it's good news for the life simulation game Animal Crossing: New Leaf as it remains in the all-formats top 5, taking the number 4 hotspot just behind The Last of Us, Minecraft and FIFA 13. Meanwhile Luigi's Mansion 2 has had an incredible run for the Nintendo … Continue reading UK Chart: Animal Crossing Remains In Top 5, Project X Zone Debuts In Top 20

Europe Gets Another Project X Zone Demo On June 27th

Namco Bandai Games today released a Project X Zone demo on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS in Europe. The demo is called "Lethal Surprise" and features characters from Cyberbots, Sakura Wars, Space Channel 5 and Valkyria Chronicles. It was revealed today that Europe will be getting another demo of the game, titled "Dark Hours," … Continue reading Europe Gets Another Project X Zone Demo On June 27th