Going on vacation is relaxing until your friend goes missing. The protagonist, J.J. Macfield, finds herself on a dark yet strange adventure to find her lost companion. Malice is everywhere, …
Developer Arc System Works has revealed that it will be bringing the previously Japan-only Plus R update for XBLA fighting game Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus to North America next spring.
After Core was initially released on the PS2 in 2008, its developer followed up with Core Plus in 2009 before releasing Plus R exclusively in its home country back in September. The XBLA version of the game then arrived in North America on October 24 sans Plus R. Despite the game’s myriad ports and updates, fans in this part of the world have still been asking questions on message boards such as NeoGAF as to when the most recent update would make its way here. Now they have their answer.
When Plus R does arrive in the States players will be greeted with a new title screen that reflects this version of the game once an update has been installed. They will then need to go into the game settings in the options menu and enable Plus R. Players who trudge through all of that setup will be able to select fighters Kliff-Undersn and Justice in ranked matches and all Player Match sessions. In addition, Plus R-specific leaderboards and achievements will be appended to the XBLA game.
Only one XBLA release this Wednesday. Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus, the 2D fighter from Arc System Works, is available from today for 1200 MSP. Players can choose …
Arc System Works’ Guilty Gear XX Accent Core now has a release date and price point. The director of the popular anime fighting game, Takeshi Yamanaka, confirmed that the …
It’s been a while since we heard any word on fighting game Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus following news that it would available to play this summer. However developers Arc System Works …
We haven’t heard much about Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus since its announcement in February. There’s now a release window for the game and it’s coming out this summer, alongside another fighting game with Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown. Developed by Arc System Works, who’ve worked mainly on the Guilty Gear series, in addition to last year’s Hard Corps: Uprising. It’ll have ranked and player matches for online support and we have some new screenshots to show off much of the fighting action. Get ready to start a brawl this summer and check out the new screenshots after the jump.
Guilty Gear is a fighting game favourite amongst fans of the genre and it looks like our own XBLA will be getting its own version with Guilty Gear XX …
Hard Corps: Uprising, developed by Arc System Works and published by Konami, is the latest in the Contra series, available now for 1200 Microsoft Points.
Hard Corps Uprising tells a zany tale about a corrupt nation or an evil dictator or both, some other evil bits here and there but truth be told the story is not the reason to buy the game, however there are many others. This latest installment in the Contra series, though not named as such, revamps the visuals with a crisp anime-esque appeal and animations and tops it off with an exciting hard rock soundtrack, as is Arc’s trademark.
Hard Corps epitomizes an action shoot ’em up in every way, for better and for worse. Tons of enemies on screen of which there are decent variety, but not too many you have to learn something new every two seconds, though the same can’t be said for the boss fights. The game starts a bit slow and there’s no formal tutorial so certain elements of the game go unexplained, but once you get the hang of the Action Ships and play some of the more inventive levels, Hard Corps shows itself to be as enjoyable and thrilling as any other Contra title.
We’ve spent the past week searching the internet and hounding our industry contacts in an effort to compile the ultimate 2011 XBLA Game Release List. We anticipated on heck of a year for Xbox Live Arcade. So epic we couldn’t even fit everything on one page. So without further ado, check out the list:
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XBLA Fans Anticipated 2011 Releases: A-C
XBLA Fans Anticipated 2011 Releases: D-F
XBLA Fans Anticipated 2011 Releases: G-M
XBLA Fans Anticipated 2011 Releases: N-R
XBLA Fans Anticipated 2011 Releases: S
XBLA Fans Anticipated 2011 Releases: T-Z