Friday, November 10, 2006

Bullet Witch set for Europe and US



As reported on Playscope, Atari have confirmed an "early" 2007 release in Europe and US, for Bullet Witch on Xbox 360.

Developed by Japan-based Cavia, Bullet Witch is set on a bleak planet earth in the year 2013 with human kind on the brink of extinction and hideous demons creating a tidal wave of destruction and havoc. All hope of mankind’s survival rests with Alicia, a beautiful witch blessed with magical skills and a swift trigger finger. Players must guide Alicia in her heroic quest to prevent the decimation of mankind by wielding fearsome weaponry and using her unusual and spectacular powers to manipulate natural phenomena in her environment.

Bullet Witch will take advantage of the Xbox 360’s advanced physics engine by showcasing massive environmental damage. Through Xbox Live, Atari will provide fans with downloadable content for Bullet Witch post-launch such as character costumes and extra levels.

Paying for character costumes?....... after purchasing the full game? I hope not.

Latest screenshots from Gamespy
Bullet Witch Official Website (Japanese)
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6 comments:

TheTimeRunner said...

Great! Not only can I watch Witch Hunter Robin but now I can play her.

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oh, wait a minute...

The Elderly said...

i thought witch hunter robin was a blond....? (be gentle i live in a third world anime appreciation country)

TheTimeRunner said...

(being gentle) Sorry but Robin was a dark haired girl. It was shorter than this witche's hair.

The Elderly said...

oops! looks like i posted the wrong wallpaper on rendered beauty... oh well i live and learn.... off now to acquaint myself with raven haired female characters..... for shame.....

(hangs head in abject dismay and embarassment....)
Personally i blame the Catholic Church for my life devoid of anime...

J said...

Pretty sexy look lead character there!

The Elderly said...

..the last vid I saw of the gameplay suggested the quality above was lost somewhat in translation, though we have been promised a revamped version for the Western market...... we can hope....