Thursday, April 5, 2012
Square Enix punches your wallet in the uterus this July!
Square Enix has recently announced Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy will be available in North America on July 3rd of this year while Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance will be on the 31st of the same month.
Here are Adamant Ditto, I think it's pretty safe to say that we all love Kingdom Hearts and most of us love Final Fantasy. Despite each series both having their respective bullshit, they're a blast to play. I'm incredibly excited for both of these titles with terrible names and am glad Theatrhythm will be out before my birthday!
Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy is a rhythm game where you tap the screen to the beats of various memorable tracks from Final Fantasies 1-13. The game developed by indieszero, the same company that developed Retro Game Challenge for the Nintendo DS! This game will also feature DLC tracks that seem to actually be content that is downloadable and not just unlocks. Each song available as DLC was priced at ¥150 in Japan so chances are they're going to be relatively cheap for North America.
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance will let you play as Sora and Riku who seem younger in their appearance but the time at which this game takes place is after Kingdom Hearts II. We all know how convoluted the story is in Kingdom Hearts games but director and crazy man, Tetsuya Nomura has stated that "the ending will reveal many secrets". Knowing the KH series, take it with a grain of salt and just expect that it'll make things even more ridiculous. 3D will feature combat similar to Birth By Sleep using the "Command Deck" system. Circle Pad Pro is supported and will allow you to control the camera better. That's pretty good news and I might have to pick up a Circle Pad Pro just for this game.
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Don is a troll yet at the same time likes to be blunt and keep it real. His humor can be off-putting to some but it's all in good fun and he means well. When it comes to words, Don isn't the most articulate individual. His vernacular comprises of bombs, female canines, and human waste. Although Don isn't among the originators of Adamant Ditto, he has handled most of the technical aspects and a lot of the graphics behind the scenes. Don has a wide variety of taste in video games and his favorites include The Legend of Zelda: Link';s Awakening DX, God Hand, and Catherine. His other hobbies include drawing, being a pirate, watching streams, and reading message boards. Plus, he's asian.