This week’s V Jump issue details how Saint Seiya: Brave Soldiers will be released to PS3. The fighting game will feature a cast of characters from the Sanctuary chapter up until the Elysion chapter. Characters from The Lost Canvas and Omega will also be playable.
The confirmed characters are Pegasus Seiya, Phoenix Ikki, Andromeda Shun, Cygnus Hyoga, and Dragon Shiryu. In addition Gemini Saga, Kaiou Poseidon, and Meiou Hades are also playable.
Out this Fall in Japan, it currently does not have a western release date.
Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate is a new game from Tecmo Koei, heading for release on PS3 and PS Vita. The title will be out in September in Japan and adds “new story elements, new characters Xu Shu and Tamamo-no-Mae, and other components like Duel Mode from the Wii U version.”
Tecmo Koei apparently teased news about a collaboration character, who remains to be seen. As of now the game is about 60% done.
Danganronpa 1&2 Reload will be released to PS Vita, at least in Japan. The price and release date for the title is still unknown. The two games included in the collection is Danganronpa: Academy of Hope and the High School Students of Despair & the sequel Super Danganronpa 2: Farewell Despair Academy.
Few details are known, but the Island Mode in Super Danganronpa 2 is now called School mode. The first game has also undergone tweaks to get it up to a higher resolution for the PS Vita. The two games will also utilize the PS Vita’s touch screen and rear multi-touch pad. The difficultly of the Class Trials have also been adjusted to make it a bit easier. The script for the dating parts have also been re-written.
“[Dead Rising 3] and Deep Down have nothing to do with Dragon’s Dogma”.
More details surrounding the game has not been released as of yet.
Nintendo is contemplating on bringing Tomodachi Collection: New Life to the West. The game launched in Japan on April 18th and sold very well. Nintendo of America president and COO Reggie Fils-Aime related the game to Animal Crossing: New Leaf, saying the former game is something they’re “looking hard at for our market” and that it’s another title “that benefits from those short bursts of play, on a day-in, day-out basis.”
In addition to that, he’s also contemplating other IP revivals.
“I’m not making any promises, and I’m not making any commitments, but certainly we are thinking about, for Wii U and for 3DS, what are those franchises?” he said. “Maybe those franchises that have been dormant for a few years, that we can loving bring to those platforms to drive our business forward.”
Layton Brothers: Mystery Room is rumored to be localized for North America. Level-5 revealed a teaser URL with doors opening until a Professor Layton logo is visible by clicking the magnifying glass which pops up after a while of clicking. The iOS game was released in Japan previously.
An image of the corner that sparked these rumors can be found below: