Posted: 09/15/2014 by RawmeatCowboyAnnouncements
Players will be able to select between seven unique protagonists and these characters are:
Meurs the elementaler
Bianca the amnesiac girl
Liber the treasure hunter
Garnet the church's knight of justice
Owen the capable mercenary
Eloise the bewitching alchemist
Filmia the frog prince
''Actually, last year, when we began talks for a new Ace Attorney project within our company, the first thing that was brought up was having a 'famous detective,' which was how the plans began. However, to be honest, we were uncertain whether it would be possible to realize this at the time.''
Today, a pre-order bonus spotlight!
Hyrule Warriors reviews hit the 'net today, and if you find they back up your pre-opinion of the game, you still have plenty of time to pre-order and lock in bonus costume DLC from Amazon (Twilight Princess), Gamestop (Ocarina of Time), or Best Buy (Skyward Sword). Don't forget to "Intend To Buy" for bonus Club Nintendo coins and then register your copy to receive free Ganondorf costume DLC!
Speaking of Club Nintendo, registering both the 3DS and Wii U versions of Super Smash Bros. will earn you a free Smash Bros. soundtrack. Looks to be a physical, 2-disc set - nice!
One of my favorite bonuses - not reliant on pre-ordering but included here 'cause it's so very awesome - is the original Bayonetta game included with Bayonetta 2. And not just a no-frills port, either - all of the new Nintendo cosplay has me looking forward to playing the original all over again.
We also have the upcoming Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric to look forward to! I've been a Sonic fan since my Genesis days so I'm really hoping this one turns out well. Given the developer pedigree, I'm very optimistic! If you were planning to pre-order but Amazon's bonus costume DLC doesn't appeal, check out Gamestop's Sonic Boom action figure offer. This also applies to the 3DS installment, Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal.
Hit the jump for more pre-order offers and bonuses, including the Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Collector's Edition for $59.99 - still available from Gamestop - and Nintendo's complete line-up of amiibo figures. Plus, all of today's game deals - thanks for reading!
Darts Up struggles against better titles, but it does a good job of introducing you to darts. If you're completely new to the game, Darts Up may be good for a few hours. But, if darts is something you love and know inside and out, you might want to give this one a miss. It's just too basic and too empty, and sadly, its simplicity is its downfall. Darts Up misses the bullseye, and ends up hitting a single.