Hudson Reveals New Titles for E3

Hudson’s E3 plans are coming to light. The makers of Bomberman has titles in the works for the Xbox 360, PSP, and Nintendo Revolution. The Xbox 360 and PSP will be getting a Dungeon Explorer game, which as you might have guessed from the name is a dungeon-crawler. The Xbox 360 version will allow multiple people to work together through Xbox Live while the PSP version will allow up to four people to work together through the WiFi capabilities of the system. Juiced: Eliminator will also be coming to the PSP and promises to deliver “real street racing” in June.

Now, on to the biggie. Hudson has revealed that they’ve been working on a flight game for the Revolution that utilizes a “gesture system.” This will obviously be using the Revolution controller. The media invited to demo the controller at the Tokyo Game Show last year saw a flight demo, so this was an obvious use of the controller. It seems a press release was made about Nintendo outsourcing a project to Hudson recently, but 1UP says signs indicate that this won’t be Pilotwings. If you’d like to see the original text, here it is:

“Flight Game” – Nintendo Revolution – Take to the skies in a way never before experienced on any home console. Using the Revolution’s “Gesture System” built into their innovative controller, Hudson’s new “Flight Game” allows total plane control as players pilot their planes through various acrobatic flight maneuvers ranging from sky artistry to bomb drops.

QJ will be at E3 to take these games and more for a spin in just three weeks. Stay tuned for coverage!

Hudson’s E3 plans are coming to light. The makers of Bomberman has titles in the works for the Xbox 360, PSP, and Nintendo Revolution. The Xbox 360 and PSP will be getting a Dungeon Explorer game, which as you might have guessed from the name is a dungeon-crawler. The Xbox 360 version will allow multiple people to work together through Xbox Live while the PSP version will allow up to four people to work together through the WiFi capabilities of the system. Juiced: Eliminator will also be coming to the PSP and promises to deliver “real street racing” in June.

Now, on to the biggie. Hudson has revealed that they’ve been working on a flight game for the Revolution that utilizes a “gesture system.” This will obviously be using the Revolution controller. The media invited to demo the controller at the Tokyo Game Show last year saw a flight demo, so this was an obvious use of the controller. It seems a press release was made about Nintendo outsourcing a project to Hudson recently, but 1UP says signs indicate that this won’t be Pilotwings. If you’d like to see the original text, here it is:

“Flight Game” – Nintendo Revolution – Take to the skies in a way never before experienced on any home console. Using the Revolution’s “Gesture System” built into their innovative controller, Hudson’s new “Flight Game” allows total plane control as players pilot their planes through various acrobatic flight maneuvers ranging from sky artistry to bomb drops.

QJ will be at E3 to take these games and more for a spin in just three weeks. Stay tuned for coverage!

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