Its nothing new that companies share a gaming event’s line-up early. It happens every year, the only issue is that they have games they are saving to announce closer to the event. This time around is no different, stuff like Black Panther 2 , Yakuza 5 or Valkyria Chronicles 3 Extended don’t appear in the list.
Confirmed to be there:
- Binary Domain (PS3/360)
- Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure (3DS)
- Hatsune Miku Project Diva Extend (PSP)
- Phantasy Star Online 2 (PC)
- 7th Dragon 2020 (PSP)
- Anarchy Reigns (PS3/360)
- Sonic Generations (PS3/3DS)
Even weirder, stuff like Shinobi 3DS, CRUSH 3D and Guardian Heroes seems to be missing. What is up with that?
[Above is the game themed soft case and headphones]
SEGA’s next entry in their 7th Dragon series is called 7th Dragon 2020, and will be on the PSP instead of the DS this time around. If you are one who knows how to read Japanese, you might want to consider importing this game, looks pretty fun.
But what does the limited edition come with?
- 7th Dragon 2020 game with special cover
- 7th Dragon 2020 themed soft case
- 10 7th Dragon 2020 character themed stickers
- 7th Dragon 2020 themed earphones
How much will this pretty package set you back? 8,820 yen ($115). Pretty penny indeed. Game is released in Japan on October 27th. No plans to bring it over to America.
Famitsu had a pretty nice article on the upcoming PSP RPG 7th Dragon 2020. First is the release date, which is October 27th.
Next is a cameo by Project Diva star Hatsune Miku, who will be in the game. She is being called “Hatsune Miku 2020″. Shirou Miwa, character designer for 7th Dragon 2020 will draw the in-game version of Hatsune Miku, to fit the game’s unique art style.
She will also be singing SeventH-HeaveN from sasukure.UK. Which will be on the official 7th Dragon 2020 website tomorrow.
SEGA has already announced the sequel to 7th Dragon, called 7th Dragon 2020. Now you get to see the first screenshots for the upcoming RPG.
SEGA veterans like Reiko Kodama and composer Yuzo Koshiro make a return for the sequel. Instead of being on DS, this time it will be coming to PSP.
1up reports, via Famitsu, that Imagepoch is developing a sequel to the DS RPG 7th Dragon, which never saw release in North America. Called 7th Dragon 2020, the follow-up is looking to take place in a futuristic version of Tokyo, a contrast to the original game’s more medieval style. The game is said to feature a revamp in art direction and character design, and will supposedly release this year.
SEGA will once again be publishing it, though since they never localized the first 7th Dragon, chances of the West getting this one seem pretty slim.
Check out the official site.