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Project X Zone (Nintendo 3DS)

Platform : Nintendo 3DS
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  • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • Release Date: 5 July 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,790 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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THREE GAME MAKERS TEAM UP FOR THE ULTIMATE CROSSOVER! Capcom, Sega, and Namco Bandai Games are kicking off the ultimate crossover project! PROJECT X ZONE for the Nintendo 3DS is a strategy RPG that features most beloved game characters working together to fight off foes in a world that mixes together scenes from games released by all three publishers.


When a rift in time and space suddenly appears, a doorway to various universes is opened allowing both heroes and villains from different worlds to cross paths. Players will be able to take control of a huge selection of paired heroes including favourites such as Jin and Xiaoyu (TEKKEN), Toma and Cyrille (Shining Force EXA), to X and Zero (Mega Man X) and discover the cause of the rift and stop evil from coming through and spreading into their world.


  • THE BIGGEST ROSTER EVER: Enjoy over 50 characters from 29 franchises from Namco Bandai, Capcom & Sega, including Darkstalkers, Valkyria Chronicles, Street Fighter, Tekken, Mega Man, Resident Evil, and many more.

  • UNIQUE TACTICAL GAMEPLAY: Control the Cross Active Battle scene with the Control Pad and A Button, linking your moves together to form combos. It's a simple system that allows for a wealth of strategy, letting both beginners and seasoned players get the most out of the action.

  • CREATE YOUR TEAM AND JOIN THE BATTLE: In Project X Zone players will use a team of two characters known as a Pair Unit to explore the world within the game. An additional character known as a Solo Unit can be combined with the Pair Unit to assist in battles.

  • NEVER SEEN BEFORE CUT SCENES mixing all your beloved characters.

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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Shepherdess on 29 Nov. 2013
    Project X Zone is a crossover game so you end up with Dante from Devil May Cry fighting alongside characters from Street Fighter and Tekken. It is much more interesting if you know at least some of the characters so you can recognise the references to their story, but the gameplay is good enough to justify getting the game even if you are not familiar with the cast. The battle looks similar to other strategy games but instead of a turn-based combat you have to perform combos like in fighting games. The fight is so much fun but it can get repetitive after 20+ hours. The story is totally nonsensical and most of the chapters follow the same pattern: a bunch of characters show up somewhere, they wonder where they are and how they got there, here comes the villain(s), villains run away when you beat them.

    Before buying the game, I would recommend trying the demo on eShop, and if you like it, get the full game and it should give you at least 30-40 hours of very good gameplay.

    And one tip: there is no place to level up your characters in between chapters so make sure you always kill the main villain at the end so you can get the maximum amount of experience.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark Rogers on 20 Feb. 2014
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    Having played and enjoyed two demos of Project X Zone, I decided to bite the bullet and grab the full game. I'm glad I did.
    My initial review of this game was written when I was only four or five hours in. Now as I draw close to the end, I felt a reevaluation was in order. The combat is simplistic, but avoids the fighting game method of using complex directional and button presses to unleash attacks, opting for much simpler commands of one direction and a tap of A, with a quick press of Y for full power attacks when the opportunity presents itself . It looks great too, with well-animated sprited fighters and the occasional hand-drawn animation in full 3D worlds. And while you may not be familiar with every single character or universe (only the most extreme otaku would be), you'll still get a slight nostalgic/fanboy rush when you come across a familiar character or reference, be it Street Fighter mainstays Ryu, Ken and Chun Li, the Curien Mansion from The House of the Dead or the return of the .hackers, Kite and Black Rose. The story is enjoyable and compelling too. You just want to keep going to find out what scrapes our dimension-hopping heroes will get into next.
    It's not perfect however. The battles can get very repetitive, making it unsuitable for long play sessions, especially in the later chapters. The lack of an English voice track can be grating too. Only the most ardent Japanophile won't find themselves getting frustrated with some of these characters' referring to themselves in the third person, squeaky voices and verbal tics (especially Neneko, who is guilty of all three).
    Yet despite my griping, I've still found a lot to enjoy. Give it a shot. The more people try these games, the more likely crossovers on this scale are likely to be localised.
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    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Adamkyu on 7 July 2013
    Having lots of different elements of gameplay, this game stands out as one of the best on 3DS. One of the great things about this game is that, the battle system is amazing. It starts a bit like Fire Emblem where you have to move on a grid like zone. Only then do things become truly unique. When entering a battle with an enemy. You have the ability to choose what attacks you make and when to make
    them to try and deal as much damage as possible. Overall, even if you don't know any of the characters, it is still a fantastic game which every 3DS owner should buy.
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    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Alder on 10 July 2013
    I'd heard about this game last year via reports from Japan and instantly became interested in it due to its premise and clear fan service approach.

    It is not as tactical or strategical as Fire Emblem Awakening however if you are willing to look past this and have an interest or knowledge of at least some of the dozens of characters, you should enjoy it. Being an older gamer, I know a lot of the characters involved and this increases my enjoyment of the game, especially when characters from different franchises team up to kick alien behind.

    Whilst neither the game or combat are particularly deep and you can breeze through mostlevels without much brain power, this just means you can enjoy the fun aspect of it more without over concerning yourself with the tactics.

    The voice acting (all in Japaense) is very good and gives the game an authentic feeling. Some of the back and forth banter between characters is really funny. The music is also very good and brings back memories of the time I spent with some of the franchises on show.

    If like me you have an interest in the games/charcters and enjoy a light hearted strategy game with some RPG elements then give this a go.
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    Been playing for about 10 hours now and I'm still having fun! At first the game looks very random but as you play through the chapters it will require you to play your strategy further. The difficulty is in my opinion moderate, not too hard and not super easy.

    There's around 60 characters to play as in here so you'll have a lot of variety. Not to mention the character sprites and animations all look really cool. You'll see many you already know and perhaps many new ones too. Oh! and there's lots of variety in the battle tunes too, depending on what character team you're currently fighting with!

    The character voices are kept in Japanese, but let me tell you that it is something GOOD! The game just wouldn't feel right if they hadn't. It's of very high quality and keeps that crazy feeling only the original language could give you. The text is still in English though so don't worry.

    I recommend this to gamers who were around in the 80's, 90's and early 2000's. Especially if you've played many RPGs but also fighting games. It's not a game for everyone but for the price it's totally worth it!

    Edit: Beat the game yesterday with over 40 hours of gameplay. Very much worth the money! Minor spoiler, When you start your second playthrough you can keep your old levels and skills and battle enemies on higher levels!
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