Want more Stamper wackiness? The Behemoth has put out a teaser for Game 4, a working title for their (appropriately named) fourth game to come from their studio. Sharing much of the 2D strangeness that the studio is known for, this game will be revealed at PAX Prime next week AND it will be playable for attendees.
As for more details on what we’re actually looking at, for now, it’s a secret.
Want a long sneak peak at the first episode of Yoshiyuki Tomino’s new series, Gundam Reconguista in G? Here’s a bunch of fragments from the first episode, airing in Fall.
The series stars a eager young pilot cadet named Bellri Zenam, who manages to pilot a unique mobile suit called the G-Self. Like his past works, Tomino has an interesting way of writing his characters and dialogue, and it isn’t aided by the context and pacing of these random scenes, but it will be interesting to see how this Alternate Gundam universe turns out this October.
The vid has been taken down a couple of times; but as part of a larger presentation, Capcom created a very intimidating Monster Hunter video that showcases the sizes of the many beasts players have faced over the last decade in a well animated fashion.
The franchise celebrates its tenth year with Monster Hunter4 Ultimate hitting the 3DS in Japan this October, and in early 2015 for the rest of the world. How many of these monsters have you slain?
A lot of this info has been shown in Famitsu and other Japanese sources, but much of this news is making its first formal appearance in English.
The presentation ended with the reveal of a playable Ganondorf, using dual great swords as he wrecks havok across the field. Club Nintendo members will also receive additional costume DLC for Ganon with his Ocarina of Time and Twilight Princess appearances.
Hyrule Warriors will be released in North America on September 26th.