You can find some footage from the Project X Zone demo (available now in North America) after the break.
Project X Zone, a collaborative title between SEGA, Namco Bandai, and Capcom is now available in demo-form via the eShop on the 3DS in North America. Once you’ve played through it, let people know what you think in the comments so they know if it’s worth the time it takes to download.
There’s a new trailer for Project X Zone after the break, along with some demo footage.
We’ve known for a while that Project X Zone (a collaboration between SEGA, Namco Bandai, and Capcom) was set for release outside of Japan, and Namco Bandai has finally confirmed that the game is set for release in North America on the 25th of June. There’s no release date for Europe as of yet though.
Namco Bandai, SEGA, and Capcom’s cross-franchise Project X Zone is coming to North America and the game is now available to preorder at GameStop. You can check out the product page to secure a copy.
Rich George of IGN teased recently that we’d be getting some interesting 3DS news soon, and it turns out the news is that Project X Zone will be released outside of Japan. Namco Bandai announced today that the game will be launching in Europe, Australia and North America sometime this summer. You can check after the break for some screenshots from the game.