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Video Round-Up: Media Summit Edition

by Jared Rosenberg - February 24, 2010, 3:13 pm PST
Total comments: 11 Source: Nintendo

Check out trailers and gameplay footage for Sin and Punishment: Star Successor, Art Style: Rotozoa, X-Scape, WarioWare D.I.Y., and more.

Nintendo revealed a number of trailers at this morning's media summit.

Watch trailers for Tetris Party Deluxe, Sin and Punishment: Star Successor, Art Style: Rotozoa, X-Scape, WarioWare D.I.Y., Art Style: light trax, Metal Torrent, Photo Dojo, America's Test Kitchen: Let's Get Cooking, Disney Guilty Party, and more below.

Warning: the trailer for Art Style: light trax may be too psychedelic.

Talkback

BeautifulShyFebruary 24, 2010

Sin and Punishment looks Awesome!
June is going to break my wallet.

So, Rotozoa is a very puzzly version of flOw. I can dig it.

X-scape looks like kind of like Battletanks (the wireframe tanks game. I feel like I have the name wrong), but on acid.

And ditto what Jonny said about Rotozoa.

And that Super Mario Galaxy 2 trailer makes me smile like a happy child.

BlackNMild2k1February 24, 2010

X-scape is a sign that DS needs an upgrade soon if the only way they could make fast paced 3D action game that moved smoothly and didn't look muddy, they had to take it back to vector graphics.

DasmosFebruary 24, 2010

These new Art Style games look awesome.

Quote from: Dasmos

These new Art Style games look awesome.

Light Trax is based on one of the remaining Bit Generations games, though it adds some new perspectives and maybe other things. I played Windy's copy of the original and didn't like it at all, despite the cool visuals.

CalibanFebruary 24, 2010

lol @ Photo Dojo.

KDR_11kFebruary 25, 2010

Quote from: NWR_Neal

X-scape looks like kind of like Battletanks (the wireframe tanks game. I feel like I have the name wrong), but on acid.

You mean Battlezone?

X-Scape is Battlezone + Star Fox.  It's made by Q Games, which has had quite a bit of Star Fox involvement, and it shows.  Actually, it's probably similar to the Japan-only Game Boy game called X, but I haven't spent a lot of time playing that game.

KDR_11kFebruary 25, 2010

Vector graphics are cheaper than proper graphics so maybe it's a cost saving measure too.

It's definitely a style choice.  It very much reminded me of X / SNES Star Fox.

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