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Submitted by -Mezzo- 913d ago | article

Project X Zone and a new beginning at Namco Bandai

Joystiq - Out of all Namco Bandai's crossover strategy games (and there are even more than you think), I can honestly say that I wasn't expecting to see Project X Zone announced for a North American release. (3DS, Project X Zone)

-Mika-  +   913d ago
They can't even bring over a simple tales games for the vita . So no, this isn't a new beginning for them.
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animegamingnerd  +   913d ago
just because they won't make a game for one console that doesn't mean that this isn't a new beginning
DarkBlood  +   913d ago
thats not decided by you mika

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