Japanese publishers have game promotion down to a science, nowadays. The routine: announce a game in Famitsu
, release a bare official site for the title several days later with artwork and a few shots, update the site sporadically for the next several months until the game's release, launch, and move on.Marvelous Interactive
has kicked off the second stage of its operations, putting an Avalon Code
page online just days after debuting the ARPG in this week's issue of Famitsu
. You won't find any video or downloadable items there yet, but you can preview a dozen images to check on what developer Matrix Software
is preparing for the game's 2008 release.
The screenshots don't look bad -- they're about on par with what we've seen in Namco's Tales
titles on the DS and the Final Fantasy III/IV
DS remakes, the latter examples being titles Matrix had its hand in. Hit the gallery below to see if Avalon Code's
3D is for you.