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Submitted by RaikRhythm 923d ago | news

Project X Zone Looks to Keep Full Roster for Western Release

Oprainfall writes:

"At first glance, it seems to be rather trivial news that Project X Zone, soon to be localized in the US, is planning on retaining their full roster when it releases later this summer. However, when you consider other similar games, such as Jump Ultimate Stars for the Nintendo DS, never made it to US shores due to the huge amount of anime and manga properties included in it, your inner gamer should start to drool." (3DS, Project X Zone)

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