Ace Combat X, Tekken Dark Resurrection, The Legend of Heroes II : Prophecy of the moonlight witch
Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception (PSP system)
Featuring an entirely new world and story, this first PSP system installment of the popular Ace Combat franchise features a suite of highly detailed and realistically modeled licensed aircraft. New additions include original aircraft and wireless multiplayer, ensuring Ace Combat for the PSP system will be a memorable experience. Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception also features a Strategic AI System where mission objectives reflect a player’s decision. The PSP system takes flight with Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception in Fall 2006.
Tekken: Dark Resurrection (PSP system)
Tekken: Dark Resurrection is one of the most explosive fighting games to arrive on the PSP system. Featuring some of the most realistic graphics on a handheld platform, Tekken Dark: Resurrection will have 19 stages with destructible objects. Players will have the choice of two new characters – Lili and Dragunov – allowing for more than 30 characters to choose from. This extensive list of characters is possible through character customization with more than double the items seen in TEKKEN®5. Using the wireless connectivity of the PSP system, players can battle friends using their customized characters. The fighting genre will resurrect on the PSP system in Summer 2006.
The Legend of Heroes II: Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch (PSP system)
The popular RPG series makes another appearance on the PSP system with The Legend of Heroes II: Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch. In this game, players embark on a pilgrimage to find 5 shrines in Tirasweel, and discover a mystery left behind by a mysterious witch. Taking place in a beautiful world inhabited with rich details, players are quickly drawn into the storyline. Enemies appear on the world map, eliminating random battles. They can gauge the player’s strength and will “turn tail and run” if they sense the player is stronger than they are. The prophecy is set to take place in June 2006.
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