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Gundam Assault Survive: SEED & 00 Story Missions, Shop & Replenishment Point Screens

Gunadm Assault Survive

Only three weeks to go for it’s big release in Japan, Bandai reveals more features of Gundam Assault Survive. In the Mission Mode, you can also enjoy the stories of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED and Mobile Suit Gundam 00 from the perspective of your rivals. Graham (00, shown above) and Athrun (SEED) views are shown in the latest screens below (more after the jump). Also reveals are Skills and Titles you can purchase from the Shop, where you can also buy parts to customize your MS. Finally Replenishment Point is where friendly mechs can help you repair your MS.

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New Multi Raid 2 Trailer Show Off Branching Storyline

Koei released this updated trailer for Shin Sangoku Musou: Multi Raid 2 re-introducing many of the new features and also the branching storyline in Story Mode, which now allows players to enjoy two possible scenarios with its branching storyline. The game will be out in less than three weeks’ time in Japan.

Princess Yggdra In Knights in the Nightmare

Fans of Sting’s works will be happy to know that Princess Yggdra Yuril Artwaltz from Yggdra Union: We’ll Never Fight Alone will have a special scenario in Knights in the Nightmare if you have the save data of the former in your memory stick. Game will be out for PSP in Japan this April, the new PSP opening movie is shown above.

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Shin Sangoku Musou: Multi Raid 2 Second Demo Arrives

Shin Sangoku Musou: Multi Raid 2

Koei has made available the second demo for Shin Sangoku Musou: Multi Raid 2 (aka Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce 2) today. Zhen Ji, Sun Shang Xiang and Jiang Wei (above) are the playable characters this time. A couple of quests are available, one of them is new and you can play with your friends locally through the Ad-Hoc Mode. The direct link to the download page is .

Naruto Shippuuden: Kizuna Drive: 4 Members Team & 60+ Free Missions

Naruto Shippuuden: Kizuna Drive

Naruto Shippuuden: Kizuna Drive info appears in the latest issue of Shonen Jump. We knew it’s a team-based action game before and now it’s clear that you can freely pick four characters for your team, some of the ninjas available are shown in the mag (click the image above for full view). All four characters can linked up to activate “Kizuna Link”, special moves that deal large amount of damages to your enemies. It’s also revealed that there will be more than 60 missions in the Free Mission mode. Game will be out this year in Japan but there is no actual release date yet.

Gundam Assault Survive’s Customization Gets Deeper

Gundam Assault Survive

The latest info on Gundam Assault Survive still talking about the game’s rich customization options (tune-up your mechs and character’s skills level-up). There’s also an easy one button order that allows you to easily instruct your CPU-controlled partners now. Click on the picture above for slightly larger view.

Awakening Shi Huangdi For Shin Sangoku Musou: Multi Raid 2

Shin Sangoku Musou: Multi Raid 2

Backed by the always reliable Shin Sangoku Musou name and the Monster Hunter Portable inspired multiplayer modes, Shin Sangoku Musou: Multi Raid (aka Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce) enjoyed a very successful launch in Japan last February, selling more than 350,000 copies even before it’s next week. After being ported to home consoles, nobody should be surprised with the announcement of the sequel, to be released on PSP next month in Japan. The first game was a refreshing change to the series, so am really interested to see what they are adding to the sequel. Below is a compilation of the information and screens of the games since it was announced late last year.

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Japan Weekly Software Ranking (Jan 18 – Jan 24)

Fairly strong PSP presence in the latest Japanese charts thanks to the generous amount of major releases recently. Sega and it’s Chief Producer Shuntaro Tanaka should be happy with Senjou no Valkyria 2 (aka Valkyria Chronicles 2) portable debut, a slight improvement over its PS3 debut (77,000) almost two years ago.

Note: Enterbrain numbers not available at

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this point. Charts will be updated with more figures when they become available, view the Top 10 after the jump, ranking in full can be view here.

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Play-Asia Sale: Asia Version of Japanese Games On Cheap

Just a heads up for fellow importers, is having their annual for nine days. Nothing really interest me at the moment except the few below. Check out the for more. Please note that most Asian version are actually the Japanese version with a brief English manual.

  • (Asia) $59.90
  • (Asia) $44.90
  • (Asia) $19.90
  • $44.90
  • (Asia, Japanese language version) $19.90
  • (Japan) $39.90
  • (US) $29.90
  • (Asia) $29.90

Valkyria Chronicles 2: Producers Share Some Tips

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Are you busy collecting stickers for your tanks in Senjou no Valkyria 2? The game was released to some hot reception in Japan last week, selling more than 90,000 copies to debut at second spot of the latest Japanese charts. To begin its strategy guide, Weekly Famitsu ran a little interview with Chief Producer Shuntaro Tanaka, Producer Shinji Motoyama and Director Takeshi Ozawa where the trio share some tips for the game.

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Click here for a translation of Famitsu's Solarobo report.

Buy games (Play-Asia.com)

Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (JP) $69.90
Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (Asia) $48.75
Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (Accessory Set) (JP) $34.90

*Discounted items in bold.

Buy games (YESASIA)

PSP-3000 Console Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (Hunter's Model) (Console Only) (JP) $369.99
Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (JP) $61.99


Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G Info Page

Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G

Go for G-Rank! Information and a little guide about Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G, the best selling PSP game in Japan. Go

Demon's Souls Guide

Demon's Souls (PS3)

Sony and From Software give us the ultimate ARPG, here's a guide to keep your Game Over screens to the minimum. Go

Monster Hunter Portable 2nd Rookie Guide

Monster Hunter Portable 2nd

Getting ready for the most dangerous game on the PSP. A small guide to the fascinating world of Monster Hunter. Go

Monster Hunter 3 (tri) Guide

Monster Hunter 3 (tri)

Excited for MH3? A little information about the game based on those Famitsu reports here. No, I don't have a Wii... yet :) Go

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