ethelred said:Namco can't catch a break. First Tempest goes up against FF3, now Innocence goes up against Lost Odyssey.
Saitou said:No news on Day of Disaster?
Hopefully cancelling HAMMER means freeing up people for DoD. DO IT NINTENDO
I coulda sworn they were both being done by MS. Must be the late hour affecting me.Tristam said:Well HAMMER was being handled by NST and Disaster by MonolithSoft. One is a North American developer and the other Japanese, so I'm not sure if HAMMER's cancellation really "freed up" anyone for Disaster.
nooooo! I need to rent/borrow/buy a PSP whenever this comes out in the west.Jonnyram said:PSP | Hajime no Ippo Portable
- story mode features illustrations from the manga
- more than 40 characters make an appearance
Is this a remake or port or a sequel to the N64/DC games or what?Jonnyram said:DS | Bangaioh Tamashii
- 4 players via wireless play
- stage editor included
Saitou said:I coulda sworn they were both being done by MS. Must be the late hour affecting me.
Tristam said:On the bright side it means NST isn't working on a title that looked distinctly mediocre. Of course, Matt C passed off that rumor that HAMMER was canceled in favor of an "expanded audience" title, so we'll see how it pans out.
i never, never thought we'd see another one -- it's one of my favorite games, as my avatar ought to attest. a portable is kind of a weird choice for a game about millions of tiny projectiles, but i'm sure they'll account for it. i hope we get another awesome engrish localization -- that was such a big part of the dreamcast version's appeal
I too hate it when ethel goes into Anihawk-clone mode, but I do believe he has a point there.Haunted One said:Stop passing Anihawk jokes off as fact.
:lolIt's true, isn't it.
Saitou said:I too hate it when ethel goes into Anihawk-clone mode, but I do believe he has a point there.
Saitou said:Also, I think sp0rsk's brain has melted.