Upon the announcement of Dungeon Explorer: Warriors of Ancient Arts, John Greiner, President and CEO of Hudson Entertainment, commented that the game will introduce "new RPG gameplay elements never before seen in a handheld game."
That's a risky thing to say if you don't have the content to back it up. A lot of games claim to be engrossing and exciting. But when you say that a game will do something we haven't seen before, our anticipation level rises with a bit of skepticism.
Wanting to know the developers' definition of "never before seen elements," GameZone turned to Mike Pepe, Brand Manager for Dungeon Explorer. "There are several things that set Dungeon Explorer aside from the competition," he said. "For one, the sheer number of weapons, equipment, and armor placed inside the game is difficult to find in any other title. We have also created a unique team combo move in the PSP that has not been attempted before in an action RPG. We call it Big Bang Arts."
Read on for more about the Big Bang Arts, info on how the DS and PSP versions differ, and much, much more.