Brutal, este juego se tiene que jugar de muerte en Vita, otro motivo más para comprarla y van...
Todos los que disfrutamos con la brutal primera parte tendríamos que estar muy contentos ante esta noticia, un juego brillante que parecía que iba a quedar olvidado por todos los problemas de la compañía vuelve con una secuela. Dios, que grande!
"They killed my father right in front of me... I will have my revenge! I need to do this, for my father"
PlayStation Vita New Little King Story Playable at Tokyo Game Show
Vita title has new story, touch controls, and more realistic character proportions.
Famitsu's reveal article on PlayStation Vita's New Little King Story says that the game will be playable at September's Tokyo Game Show in Sony Computer Entertainment's booth. Attendees will get to sample a battle involving large numbers of your kingdom's residents.
As detailed earlier today, New Little King Story is a Vita followup to Wii's Little King Story. While Marvelous Entertainment published the Wii version, Konami is the publisher of the Vita version. However, the copyright statement in Famitsu also lists Marvelous and AQ Interactive.
Based off a summary of Famitsu's article at Sokuho@Hokanko, it's not clear if the game is completely new or if it's an updated version of the Wii title. The game is said to have a new story, but the main character and heroine are listed as King Corobo and Princess Apricot, both from the original.
The Vita version features full touch based controls. The game will also use the system's power for a visual engine that can show seamless time and weather shifts.
More dramatic than any of those changes, though, is the change to visual style. While the Wii version had cute "super deformed" style characters, the Vita characters have more realistic proportions.
Famitsu does not provide a release time frame for New Little King Story.
No me gusta eso de la proporciones más realistas para los personajes, en el de Wii estaban geniales y muy simpáticos.
[i]There is a willful lemming-like persistence in remaking past successes time after time. They can't make them as good as they are in our memories, but they go on doing them and each time it's a disaster.[i]