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Project X Zone is a massive strategy RPG crossover featuring characters from Capcom, Namco-Bandai, and Sega games fighting it out with each other. It's essentially a sequel to 2004's Namco x Capcom, a heavily Super Robot Wars-inspired collaboration that never received a Western release. In the same...

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Fanstravaganza Project X Zone already has an "Imperial" demo available for download on the 3DS eShop, but the game's official Nintendo page says there's another demo coming on July 2. The second demo is called "Ghost" and will give players a look at a completely different segment of the game. Pr...

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This trailer not only confirms Project X Zone's June 25 release date, but the names of a lot of different attacks in the Sega/Capcom strategy RPG, thanks to some lovely subtitles added to the western release. Launch copies of Project X Zone will be released as "Limited" editions at the normal $40 ...

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It appears that Namco Bandai has sneakily revealed a June 25 North America launch date for its crossover game with Sega and Capcom, Project X Zone. The date comes from Namco Bandai's official site, though the publisher has yet to issue an announcement or respond to our inquiries for confirmation on...

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This is a column by Kat Bailey dedicated to the analysis of the once beloved Japanese RPG sub-genre. Tune in every Wednesday for thoughts on white-haired villains, giant robots, Infinity+1 swords, and everything else the wonderful world of JRPGs has to offer. Out of all Namco Bandai's crossover str...

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Project X Zone is slated to hit the 3DS in North America, Europe and Australasia this summer, Namco Bandai announced. Project X Zone launched in Japan in October with more than 50 playable characters of 29 franchises from Namco Bandai, Sega and Capcom. The game has more than 200 characters total, i...

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Katsuhiro Harada, producer extraordinaire of the Tekken series, is pressing Namco Bandai to localize Project X Zone, the SRPG 3DS collaboration among Capcom, Sega and Namco Bandai, set to launch in Japan on October 11. Harada is not only pressing Namco Bandai for a localization – he seems to ...

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Are you ready to see way, way too many Capcom, Namco, and Sega characters in the same place? Namco Bandai accommodates that desire with this sixteen-minute Project X Zone trailer. In addition to a really cool animated opening, this video shows pretty much every aspect of gameplay, and then introdu...

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The Capcom, Sega, and Namco 3DS crossover game Project X Zone will feature over 200 characters, according to a post on the game's official blog, as translated by Andriasang. This number refers to a combination of allies and enemies, and doesn't account for event scene-only characters, all of which ...

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Add a fourth company to the group contributing to Project X Zone – Nintendo. At least, it's a Nintendo-owned developer creating the 3DS Capcom/Namco/Sega crossover SRPG. Monolith Soft, most recently known for Xenoblade Chronicles, is developing the new game, Famitsu has revealed (via Andriasa...

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The first screens of the combat system in Project X Zone, a collaborative strategy-RPG from Namco, Sega and Capcom, have been released, revealing chibi-like versions of staple characters from each house. Ever wanted to see Ryu and Ken team up against Tyrant? How about Ulala dancing and fighting? He...

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If you assumed the Namco, Capcom, and Sega crossover 3DS project would be some kind of strategy RPG, you assumed correctly. Project X Zone is not an official follow-up to 2006's Namco X Capcom for PS2, but the idea of a crossover SRPG is similar – and this time, of course, Namco is bringing S...

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