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Namco Bandai announces "rocket fox" and "alien confidential"

03-05-2012, 10:12 PM
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Namco Bandai announces "rocket fox" and "alien confidential"

Hope i am not posting old news again

Namco Bandai has announced Rocket Fox and Alien Confidential, two new iOS games that will hit the App Store in the coming months.

Alien Confidential follows the Global Resistance AgencY (GRAY). According to Namco Bandai, GRAY "protects the earth from extraterrestrial threats and strives to maintain the secrecy of the aliens' existence. With hundreds of millions of aliens on our planet alone, there are GRAY bureaus all across the globe handling all alien matters, big and small." Gamers will play as a GRAY agent as they attempt to protect the planet. Alien Confidential will hit iOS in Spring 2012.

Rocket Fox is a platformer starring an adorable three-tailed fox named Guy Fox. The game will follow Guy and his friends as they travel on "high-flying adventures from one island to the next in a mythical land. Light fireworks with your magical fire to create giant explosions and release Foxfire, the energy that keeps all foxes alive. As you learn about how to use special Flowerockets and harness your Foxfire, you will become stronger and be able to adventure to new flying islands and uncover mysteries with your friends." Rocket Fox is set to hit the App Store in April.

Both games will also be accompanied by webcomics that will be available on Shifty Look. More information on the games is set to be revealed in the coming months at WonderCon and PAX East.

03-05-2012, 11:06 PM
weird, but interesting looking game

Saving money for:
Jelly Car 3, League of evil, NBA JAM, Battleheart, Miss Claire Garden, Race after 1977 and Bug Heroes
03-06-2012, 12:40 AM
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lol the first game is totally a men in black copy!
03-06-2012, 02:25 AM
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Rocket Fox looks very promising. I hope it turns out to be as polished and content-heavy as I'd hope, too.