Posted by: reggie21 | September 11, 2008

Disaster: Day of Crisis Release Date

yes, it’s no mistake. after about 2 years with no info, suddenly they announced the release date of the game.

this is for UK:

Disaster: Day of Crisis is one of those Wii games that have existed in theory before the console even launched, and like Sadness or Project HAMMER, looked destined to become vaporware. However, unlike those latter games, Disaster actually has an official release date — scheduled to launch, in the UK at least, on October 24.

The game sees main character Raymond Bryce tackle all manner of natural disasters, ranging from tsunamis and earthquakes to volcanic eruptions and hurricanes. An interesting concept indeed, and one that has a lot of potential on the Wii.

However, this game has been nothing but a quiet concept for two years, and suddenly we have a release date that’s just over a month away. What’s going on? Has the developer simply managed to avoid press coverage while working diligently these past two years? One would like to think so, but this is the games industry, and it screams of a last-minute rush job.

Maybe I’m wrong, but there’s something very bizarre indeed about this sudden release date.

and this is for japan:

Disaster: Day of Crisis dated for Japan…seeing release in 3 weeks
September 4th, 2008

Nintendo, I don’t think this new plan of attack is a good one. Is 3 weeks really enough time to spread news about a release date? Nintendo has announced that Disaster: Day of Crisis is going to launch in Japan on September 25th, 2008, which is right around the corner. It seems a shame that the game was in development for so long, and now Nintendo is just going to drop it on the public without any fanfare. Be ready, a North American date could crop up at any moment! Thanks to Valoo for the heads up.

and the TV Commercial in Japan

EDIT:

new video:

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Responses

  1. more like to action than survival~~;;^^a

  2. but still, there are some survival in this


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