GB: "It seems that Amazon has played spoil sport by revealing the E3 line up for Atlus. The games have been listed by amazon over here and here."
hmm they should have shown at the sony conference
lol These have already been confirmed for both 360 and PS3 by Atlus themselves through email. Honest mistake I'm sure, but a funny one.
I called it, KOF XIII is being published through them.
The company has just sent out 2 press releases confirming King of Fighters and Devil Survivor so those are true.
Thanks for the backup. :)
Demon Souls 2 (PS3) Demon Souls Portable (PSVita)
I think Dark Souls was the name your looking for, and its multiplat. I dont see why this is such a big deal to everyone, it plays like demons souls, looks like it, except upgraded in every possible way, And your going to be able to go to a shop and buy a PS3 copy, whats the big deal? Demons Souls hardly used its position as an exclusive to reap all rewards of the architecture, So why worry that its not exclusive anymore, In fact they will sell more that way and we will get a better chance of more games from them in the future. Why is that bad?
"Demons Souls hardly used its position as an exclusive to reap all rewards of the architecture" You know the reason why people got it was because of a sleeper hit and the fact that people were massively importing the HK version since it was in English. It was nothing to deal with architecture, it was the audience. Plus people are afraid of having a company whore out a game series, and honestly given with this generation, it's a legit issue.
that last crusade game weve known about for months that they are publishing devil survivor 2 is the beg news it seems
Devil suuvivor 2 has been known about for months as well
not in english though last crusade as been on atlus usas website for 6 months
persona maybe *please* just wished atlus would announce that. these other games can wait:)
oooo a king of fighter game day one buy
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