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There’s a special feeling you get when something like Project X Zone comes along and crams so many iconic characters into a video game you know you’ll never play. I think it’s heartache.

Namco Bandai recently released a new 16-minute trailer of the upcoming tactical RPG crossover game, and it’s got a roster that’s almost too deep for its own good.

Aside from glimpses of the story and setting, the majority of the trailer is a complete highlight reel that shows off several heroes and villains performing special attacks with screen filling barrages.

It’s very much like Namco x Capcom, also developed by Monolith Soft, the team behind Project X Zone‘s 3DS development. Hopefully, tradition will break the barrier of international borders, and North America will see a release next year—although the insane red tape from licensing will likely conspire to rob us all of this game.

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Project X Zone Trailer: Mega Man, Ulala, KOS-MOS, So Much More It Hurts

There's a special feeling you get when something like Project X Zone comes along and crams so many iconic characters into a video game you know you'll never play. I think it's heartache.

By EGM Staff | 09/18/2012 11:10 PM PT

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There’s a special feeling you get when something like Project X Zone comes along and crams so many iconic characters into a video game you know you’ll never play. I think it’s heartache.

Namco Bandai recently released a new 16-minute trailer of the upcoming tactical RPG crossover game, and it’s got a roster that’s almost too deep for its own good.

Aside from glimpses of the story and setting, the majority of the trailer is a complete highlight reel that shows off several heroes and villains performing special attacks with screen filling barrages.

It’s very much like Namco x Capcom, also developed by Monolith Soft, the team behind Project X Zone‘s 3DS development. Hopefully, tradition will break the barrier of international borders, and North America will see a release next year—although the insane red tape from licensing will likely conspire to rob us all of this game.

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