Release Date: 7/29/2010 UPC: 4976219034098 Genre: Beat 'em Up Company: Capcom Version: JAPAN - BLJM-60218
Release Date: 7/29/2010
Sengoku Basara Samurai Heroes, known in Japan as Sengoku Basara 3, is the sequel to Sengoku Basara 2. The game will be released in 2010 for the PlayStation 3 and Wii.
Voiced by: Tomokazu Seki
After Ieyasu killed Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Mitsunari wanted revenge. He is driven by the power of hatred and anger. Mitsunari becomes the leader of Western Army against Ieyasu, destined to fight at Sekigahara.
Voiced by: Fumihiko Tachiki
He is Mitsunari's strategist. Ōtani has a disease that forces him to be bandaged completely. He wants people to suffer like him, so he intends to draw out the war as long as possible. He uses several orbs as a weapon and rides a levitating palanquin, due to his condition.
Voiced by: Sayaka Ōhara
She is the leader of the Saika faction. While most historical representations show Magoichi as a man, the name 'Magoichi' was used for the leader of the Saika and could have referred to a woman as well. She uses various guns as her weapons.
Voiced by: Rikiya Koyama
Despite the fact he was supposedly on Hideyoshi's side, Kanbē was exiled and imprisoned by Mitsunari due to his secret ambition to conquer the country. He appears as a prisoner whose hands have been locked with a ball and chain, which he also uses as his weapon.
Voiced by: Ami Koshimizu
Tsuruhime is a young and naive priestess who wishes to protect her homeland. She became infatuated with Fūma when the ninja saved her life. She uses a bow as her weapon.
Release Date: 8/19/2010 UPC: 4582224499342 Genre: Simultion Company: Bandai Namco Games Version: Region Free - BLJS-10081
Another Century's Episode: R, abbreviated as A.C.E.: R, is a mecha action video game developed by From Software and published by Banpresto and Namco-Bandai. It will be released for the PlayStation 3 in August 19, 2010.
A new dynamic shooting mode called Chase Mode has been added to the game. This mode is similar to arcade shooters wherein the player's machine moves on rails and leaves the targeting weapons for the player to control. Each chase mode section precedes a boss battle; the examples released so far include the battle against the Behemoth from Full Metal Panic! and the battle against Nora Polyansky from Macross Zero. It is currently unknown if the player can change the unit which participates in chase mode.
It has been announced that in addition to charge attacks, a new ability called Burst Attack will be appearing in this installment. Burst attack is available to all units, and is a special charge attack that changes depending on what pilot the player currently have in your machine. There are currently no known examples of new attacks gained by switching pilots yet. On that note, this is the first title in the A.C.E. series that allows to swap pilots between machines.
It was announced earlier that, with a few exceptions, background music will be Super Robot Wars-style instrumentals.
Acid Black Cherry will provide the themes for A.C.E.: R. The opening theme is named "Re:Birth". The single will be released on 8/18.
Espgaluda II is a manic shooter by Cave, sequel of Espgaluda. This version of software only is REGION FREE, the limited edition is REGION LOCKED.
Auto fire is now standard, instead of arcade operator option.
By holding B button, the game is slow down, and enemy bullet turns into gold when the firing enemy dies just like in prequel, but enemy fires bullets when destroyed. These bullets are destroyed when destroying another enemy, which in turn creates another wave of bullets.
During that attack phase, score multiplier for destroyed bullets can be raised up to 500. When player is hit by bullet, guard barrier is automatically activated, but the guard barrier is always used until guard barrier gauge is depleted.
Player gains 1 life at 15 million and 35 million points, or obtaining extend item in stage 3.
Asagi: Weakest normal shot. Fires vertical shots in shot mode. In rapier mode, enemy marked by search spirit is automatically targeted.
Ageha: Strong concentrated forward shot. In shot mode, moving joystick horizontally causes the shots to move diagonally.
Tateha: Wide angle forward shot. Fires in wide angle formation in shot mode, forward formation in rapier mode, which also shoots through enemies.