The Unlikely Legend of Rusty Pup - huge update with new info, NX possible, new game teased

- multiple levels of parallax scrolling
- lighting and particle effects
- made to look 3D, but is actually 2D
- gameplay uses 'trial and error' mechanics for puzzle platforming
- game created with 4K displays in mind
- features a dark storyline
- you have no direct control over Rusty, but guide him around using lights
- Rusty is afraid of the dark
- later parts of the game have you laying platforms, powering lifts and using various chutes located around the stage
- acquire cube-like 'brains' which are stored in Rusty's gut before being banked at various toilets around the game
- here's where you can enter your inventory
- brains are required to open certain doors
- later level features a cloning tool which allows you to create more Rustys
- game is done in terms of all the assets, the game engine and all the core gameplay mechanics
- some of those elements are still being slightly tweaked
- level design is being worked on now
- devs use their own level editor which allows them to edit elements and swap out assets on the fly
- this editor may be released to the consumer
- Wii U and 3DS versions still in the works, NX being considered
- no official word on release date yet
- hoping to get at least 20k units sold
- three main characters: Rusty, the player and a little girl who serves as an unreliable narrator
- little hints of the full story littered throughout the game
- a novel will give a more complete picture, but it won't be out until after launch
- next project will be another 2D outing and appeal to Conker fans

Dragon Ball Fusions rated in Brazil

Bandai Namco hasn't announced a release for Dragon Ball Fusions outside of Japan, but now it seems that is very likely. A rating for the game has popped up on the Brazilian ratings board, which certainly seems to indicate that the game is soon to release around the world. We'll keep tabs on the situation and update you on any official announcements.

Ace Attorney Character Profiles: Trucy Wright and Bonny de Famme

Today in our series of character profiles leading up to the release of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice on September 8th, it’s all about the magic of the stage with Trucy Wright and her magic show assistant, Bonny de Famme! Let’s take a peek behind the curtain, shall we?

When we first meet Trucy during the events of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, Trucy used her illusions and tricks to keep the Wright Talent Agency (formerly the Wright & Co. Law Offices) afloat during challenging times. While Phoenix played the piano (poorly) at the Borsht Bowl Club, Trucy was busy putting on magic shows at the Wonder Bar. At least some of Trucy’s natural talent can be traced back to her being the sole heir to the legacy of Troupe Gramarye, a well-known troupe of magicians who disbanded under unfortunate circumstances.

Full update here

Monster Hunter Stories - soundtrack details

- soundtrack will be released in Japan on November 9th in Japan
- includes all tracks from the game
- 2 CDs
- full color booklet
- 3,000 yen

Ninja Pizza Girl Kickstarter update - Wii U version delayed a few weeks

Now that Ninja Pizza Girl is safely out on Steam, XBox One and PS4 you might think that we're all taking a long, well-earned vacation. And as much as we'd like to be doing just that, there can be no rest for the Disparity team while Wii U fans are still sadly Ninja Pizza Girl - less.

We've been working with Nintendo through the submission process and they've found an obscure but very nasty crash-on-exit bug. The good news is that after many hours of debugging and profanity, the bug has been fixed. The bad news is that the Wii U build is going to be a few weeks later than we'd hoped. We'll post more information as we get it.

Hang in there Wii U fans - your pizza's coming!

Circle gives update on two Wii U titles

More details on Capcom's new 3DS title for Japan coming via Famitsu tomorrow

- game is going to be called Megami Meguri
- new details coming in tomorrow's Famitsu