Today on The Daily Verse we have trailers for Max Payne 3, Ghost Recon Future Soldier and Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time. We also have 20 new images for Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance.
Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance
Screenshots & Artwork (20 images)
Spirits and Nightmares are two different types of Dream Eaters. Spirits accompany Riku and Sora during their journey to protect them from the evil spirits, or Nightmares.
Additionally, KINGDOM HEARTS 3D [Dream Drop Distance] utilizes the AR function of the Nintendo 3DS system in which players can pet and feed the spirits, and play mini-games to improve the compatibility with the Spirits.
Max Payne 3
1911 Pistol Trailer
Ghost Recon Future Soldier
Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time
Opening Animation Trailer
Watch the characters of the legendary Satoshi Urushihara come to life in this new video!
IRVINE, CALIFORNIA — APRIL 26, 2012 — ATLUS today released the opening movie from the long-awaited strategy RPG Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time for PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system. The enhanced and expanded remaster of the strategy RPG classic is scheduled for release across North America this summer in both retail and downloadable (via PlayStation®Network) formats.
Never before released outside of Japan (where it is known as Growlanser IV: Over Reloaded) and widely considered the best entry in the long-running franchise, this PSP system iteration of the fourth chapter in the Growlanser saga tells of a land — once rich with culture and technology — long ago nearly obliterated by evanescent divine entities. Two millennia later, the mysterious entities appear again, threatening to bring about an end to all things unless a fabled warrior of destiny can rise against them.
Patient fans can watch the new video, now available to the public, and look forward to a long list of improvements and additions over the original game: new characters, scenarios, and events are complemented by dramatically improved loading times and a message skip option that allows players to advance the story at a faster pace. Blending a sprawling 40+ hour narrative with over 40 different possible endings; deep tactical RPG mechanics; the character designs of the legendary Satoshi Urushihara; and a host of enhancements over the original release, Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time continues the proud ATLUS tradition of epic adventures set in breathtaking worlds and gives PSP system owners something to look forward to in 2012.
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