Project X Zone Second Demo Announced

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With the first demo released this week, and with Europe getting two of its own demos, it was only a matter of time before another demo would be announced. Just recently, it was confirmed that North America will indeed be getting a second demo of Project X Zone.

Though no other details have been stated, such as what portion of the game the demo would take place, what characters would be using, nor even a release date. Most likely, they will be filling us in very soon, possibly before E3, with the release date so close. If you still haven’t tried out the first demo, again it’s available now on the eShop, and it has 5 uses, in case you’re wondering.

Project X Zone is a 3DS exclusive, and is slated for release in North America on June 25, and in Europe on July 5 of this year. All first-print run copies will be Limited Editions, so if you haven’t pre-ordered yet, now would be a good time.


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