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Liz Maas
Project X Zone Countdown Movies
A whole bunch of gameplay and characters inside.
10.10.12 - 5:58 PM

With Project X Zone's Japanese release this week, Namco Bandai (and of course, Capcom and SEGA) have been counting down with gameplay movies of the crossover Nintendo 3DS strategy RPG.

In order from most recent to first video, we have Devil May Cry's Lady fighting in Arthur's (of Ghosts n' Goblins) world.

Meanwhile, Sakura Wars' Ciseau (along with his mech Prelude) looks to ruin Gods Eater's world even further.

Dead Rising's Frank and Darkstalkers' Hsien-Ko get the fun of fighting off the Gnosis - yes, the Xenosaga enemies. T-elos appears as an enemy too, but later joins up with KOS-MOS.

Speaking of Devil May Cry, Dante is seen here early on with Darkstalkers' Demitri Maximoff - and so are Shining Force EXA's Tom and Cyrille.

Finally, the very first countdown movie has a few Street Fighter characters making appearances.

Project X Zone goes on sale in Japan tomorrow. An overseas version has not been announced.


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