3rd Party News Roundup September 13 Feature

Sep. 7 to 13 3rd Party News Roundup

Monster Hunter X and Monster Hunter Diary: Poka Poka Airou Village DX

During this week Capcom uploaded a lot of weapon trailers and screenshots for Monster Hunter X, and some footage from both that game and Monster Hunter Diary: Poka Poka Airou Village DX. You can find it all below:

Great Sword:

Long Sword:

Sword and Shield:

Dual Blades:

Hunting Horn:


Gun Lance:

Switch Axe:

Charge Blade:

Capcom TV:


Monster Hunter Diary Footage:

Project X Zone 2

Famitsu has recently published some details about more playable characters and enemies.

New playable characters will include:

– Segata Sanshiro as a solo unit;
– Captain Commando;
– June Lin Milliam (Star Gladiator);
– Heihachi Mishima (Tekken);
– Reanbell (Resonance) as a solo unit;
– Zephyr and Vashyron (Resonance) as a pair unit.

New enemies include:

– Zagi (Tales of Vesperia);
– Baby Bonnie Hood (Darkstalkers);
– Kite (.hack//G.U.);
– Shadow (Space Channel 5).

You can find several screenshots and artwork from these characters bellow:

Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX

With the release of Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX during the week, SEGA has now uploaded a launch trailer for it. Check it out below:

7th Dragon III Code: VFD

SEGA has released another trailer for 7th Dragon III Code: VFD, this time focusing on the Duelist class. You can watch it below:

Additionaly, 7th Dragon III Code: VFD will be playable at TGS 2015 according to SEGA’s lineup to the show.

SEGA 3D Reprint Archives

Last year, SEGA 3D Classics Reprint Archives was released in Japan, as a compilation featuring several SEGA 3D Classics games.

During the week, Famitsu revealed that SEGA 3D Classics Reprint Archives 2 is coming to Japan. Confirmed games include 3D Sonic The Hedgehog, 3D Galaxy Force II, 3D Thunderblade, 3D Altered Beast, 3D Fantasy Zone II W, 3D Power Drift, 3D Puyo Puyo Puyo 2, 3D Maze Walker. Extra bonuses are planned as well, such as Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa and Maze Walker from the SEGA Master System.

The game will be available in Japan on December 23 for 4,490 yen. .

You can watch a trailer below:

The Legend of Legacy

Atlus recently launched another character trailer, showcasing Owen, Eloise and Filmia.

You can watch it below, followed by the characters’ overview:

A mercenary who excels at combat, he’s known for his battle prowess as the “Baron.” His attacks are strong and he has a penchant for long swords, axes, and shields. But like Garnet, he doesn’t have any affinity to the elementals.

As an alchemist, Eloise has a…unique pursuit after arriving on Avalon. Her dedication to the alchemical arts combined with her beauty has her searching the mysterious island for the secret to eternal youth.

You might think of Eloise as being similar to a mage-type character, and you’d be right! She has affinities for ALL the elements, and excels with either bow or staff.

He’s a frog. He has an awesome dance. Do I really need to say more, because I know you’re going to pick him first anyways. Well, you should also know that he’s the heir to a lost kingdom, and looking to find a home for his people on Avalon!

Filmia is one of the stronger attackers in the game and excels with spears. You should equip him with a spear (insert frog gig joke here). Also, being a frog, he has a strong bond with the water element.

In addition, Atlus confirmed that The Legend of Legacy will be receiving a demo on September 22, that will offer the prologue and first two dungeons of the game. You can play it for 30 times and save data can be transferred to the full version after release.

LEGO Dimensions

Family Gamer TV recently uploaded some LEGO Dimensions footage going over the different playable doctors from Doctor Who.

You can watch it below: