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Interest Konami's NeverDead Action/Shooter Game Trailer Streamed
posted on 2011-08-25 14:00 EDT
The game publisher Konami is streaming the "Tokyo Game Show 2011" trailer for its NeverDead action/shooter game. The trailer includes the Japanese voices of Hiroshi Shirokuma, Yurika Hino (Jean Grey in Mad House's X-Men), Sayaka Kinoshita, Norio Wakamoto, Atsuki Tani, Megumi Nakajima (Ranka Lee in Macross Frontier), Kiyoyuki Yanada (Takenori Akagi in Slam Dunk), and Ryusei Nakao (Freeza in Dragon Ball).
Produced for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, the game features Bryce, an undead hero fighting demons and monsters. Shinta Nojiri (Metal Gear Acid) is directing the game at the British company Rebellion.
The game will ship this winter.
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We look at the classic Rose of Versailles, as well as two spin-
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If this film causes more permanent damage than most Pokémon outings, that's wholly the fault of its main character, Keldeo.
On the whole, The Battle for Doldrey is a mixed bag of strengths and weaknesses. While that may be true of most things, there are few places where those lines are so clearly drawn as in this film.
The problems with this second half are not enough to derail the show, but the experience is way less satisfying than it should be. Such is the power of its characters that I still can't help but love the whole package.