March 7th, 2007, 22:53 Posted By: wraggster
Confirmation - Cubed³ has just spoken with a representative of the UK branch of Xider to confirm exactly what will be coming to the Nintendo DS in 2007. In response to our enquiry, it has been confirmed that Luminator and Ankh 1 will indeed be heading to the DS, the former being released on 18th May, 2007 and the latter on 31st August, 2007, both retailing for £29.99.
Great news indeed! Especially as others are definitely on the way, but just cannot be discussed at the moment.
Keep it locked to Cubed³ for further details...
Original Update - According to an update over on popular gaming website Gamasutra, Xider has revealed to of its Nintendo DS projects for 2007. The list mentioned is as follows:
Luminator DS (May),
World of Chaos (May),
European Street Racing (May),
There is a little bit of ambiguity in the way the article is phrased, though, so Cubed³ has attempted to make contact with Xider to get some clarification on the matter.
Stay tuned to see the final verdict...
Original Story - In what has been quite a busy day for news, a new games publisher has revealed its DS plans and a rumour has appeared about Sega resurrecting the Daytona racing franchise. First of all there is news of Xider stating it will release twelve games across the DS and PC throughout 2007. However, before getting your hopes too high, none of its DS projects have been announced yet. What is interesting to note, though, is that it will be bringing Telltale Games' previously download-only title 'Bone' to retail on PC, plus a sequel to Ankh. With Telltale's current love for Nintendo's Wii, could that be spreading over to the DS as well, via Xider? You can only hope so...
As for the Sega news, long-running UK Industry favourite EDGE recently held an interview with Sega's Racing Studio in which there was a suggestion made that a new entry in the Daytona racing series could well make an appearance...at some point in the future...and that the team is definitely a big fan of previous Daytona games. Vague? Most definitely. So certainly do not hold your breath for this one.
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