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Release Date: 9/2/2010
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Bleach: Heat the Soul 7 is the upcoming installment in the "Heat the Soul" series to be released on September 02, 2010. The main change in this game is a 4-Players mode. There will also be battles against giant characters. Some characters that have been announced are Allon(Ayon), Harribel(Tiburon), Yammy(Ira), Ulquiorra(Segunda Etapa), Muramasa, and Full Hollow Ichigo.
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Posted by 321 at 9/02/2010 01:19:00 PM
Our Price: $69.99Release Date: 09/02/2010
Metroid: Other M is a video game for the Wii developed by "Project M", a team consisting of staff members from Nintendo, Team Ninja, and D-Rockets. It was announced by Nintendo of America president and CEO Reggie Fils-Aime and a trailer was briefly shown during the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2009. The game features gameplay in both first- and third-person perspectives. Fils-Aime stated that Metroid: Other M would "take you deeper into Samus' story", and also noted that the game would be a return to the style of the traditional series as opposed to the Prime series, though the game would have a "harder edge".
- The game was originally set to be released on June 27, 2010, but was later delayed to August 31. It is scheduled for release in Japan and Australia on September 2, 2010, and in Europe on September 3, 2010.
- A demo was playable at the Nintendo Media Summit in San Francisco in February 2010.
- The game was also at E3 2010 and San Diego Comic-Con International 2010 as a playable demo.
- Metroid: Other M is played holding the Wii Remote horizontally.
- Normally, the game is played in a third person perspective, where Samus can jump, shoot her arm cannon and turn into a morph ball, similar to the classic Metroid titles (however, the environments are 3D and movement is not limited to a 2D plane).
- By pointing the Wii Remote towards the screen, the game changes to a first person view, where Samus can lock onto targets and fire missiles; however, Samus cannot move in this perspective.
Posted by 321 at 9/02/2010 01:13:00 PM