Time Crisis Ready To Strike With A New Game?

Siliconera Writes:

Light gun games are back in fashion. Sega is leading the pack with more House of the Dead games, one of which is designed for an arcade date. Even smaller developers are getting in on the action to with WiiWare games for the morbidly curious.

Meanwhile, Namco Bandai hasn't been as proactive with their Time Crisis series. Sure, Time Crisis 4 came out for the PlayStation 3, but that was an arcade port. When are we going to get a new Time Crisis game?

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Cajun Chicken5586d ago

I love the Time Crisis series, I haven't had a chance to get the 4th one, but I look forward to the possible announcement of a new one in the near future.

PirateThom5586d ago

As an avid arcade player of the series, the 4th game is, by far, the worst by a huge margin.

It tried to do too much, when all you want to do is shoot people.

Speed-Racer5586d ago

Hmm looking forward if its true

user94220775586d ago

Time crisis 2 was the good days


Time Crisis 4 | Good Game Review

GG writes: No trip to the arcade is complete without some light gun blasting action. Especially co-op style! So we're going to have a look at what's still one of the best around, the classic blast-em up, Time Crisis 4.


El33tonline Review: Time Crisis: Razing Storm (PS3)

El33tonline writes:

"... Now though, light gun games seem pretty darn archaic compared with what’s available on home consoles and PCs, what with full 3D first-person shooters that allow gamers to interact with environments and move through areas at their own pace, using their own strategy and guile (and arsenal of weapons) to make it through a wall of enemies. Now-a-days, ‘on-rails’ shooters are considered a cop out – why not just make a full 3D game?

Just because something seems a little old, however, doesn’t mean that it’s not a whole ton of fun, and Time Crisis: Razing Storm packs enough ‘old fun’ onto one disc to make you forget about advances in videogames, and just lets you kick back, squeeze the trigger and have a blast!"

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Move, dodge, kill: Time Crisis Razing Storm on the PS3 gets pirates | Ars Technica Preview

Motion controls such as those found on the PlayStation Move and the Nintendo Wii give you the option of bringing a very specific arcade genre into your home: the light gun game.

We've seen these games on Nintendo's system, but with Time Crisis: Razing Storm Namco, Bandai has the chance to further prove the PlayStation 3 can be a good home for the "kill everything on screen" games.

Razing Storm doesn't just include the titular game, it also packs in the arcade version of Time Crisis 4, as well as the little-known Deadstorm Pirates. For $50, that's quite the variety of games.

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deadreckoning6664965d ago (Edited 4965d ago )

Its been known that Deadstorm Pirates would come with this game for a while now. How did this get approved?

Kors4965d ago

This article is Preview of the games, not news.

darkdoom30004965d ago

Luckly not the bad pirates ;)

Tommykrem4965d ago

I am quite likely to purchase this fine product.

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