E3 2013: New Project X Zone Trailer and Screenshots

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

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Project X Zone Featured 2

At E3, Namco Bandai shared a new trailer and a batch of screenshots for Project X Zone on the Nintendo 3DS. This new trailer is filled with brief anime sequences, followed by nonstop in-game action as characters across Capcom, Sega, and Namco brands inflict damage in fray after fray.

For those of you who have not tried the Project X Zone demo yet, an immediate download from the Nintendo eShop is recommended.

Here is the trailer below:

As you’ve seen in the trailer, we get to see some gameplay footage involving many characters from Tekken, .hack, Devil May Cry, Resident Evil, and many more characters from 27 different titles. As each unit consists of pairs of characters, players can team up with adjacent units each turn to deliver massive damage against enemies.

Here are some images to accompany the chaotic frenzies found in the game’s trailer:

Project X Zone will be available in North America on June 25th for the Nintendo 3DS, and will launch on July 5th in Europe. In North America, Namco Bandai will be offering limited-edition versions for those who pre-order, which contain the game, soundtrack, and mini-poster at no extra cost.

If you would like to know more about the game, you can read one of our first impressions.


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