NISA Announces 3 New Titles for 2011: Atelier Totori, Cladun X2 and BLEACH!

Nippon Ichi Software America has just announced 3 new titles along side Disgaea 4 that will release in 2011.

First up is the sequel to last year’s Atelier Rorona titled Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland. Atelier Totori takes place 5 years after Rorona’s PS3 adventures. Rorona will mentor Totori, who is an adventurer in heart and is in search of her mother. As all other Gust Atelier series, you are not alone and will be able to create synthesizing items for your adventures.

Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland will release in Fall 2011 in both Europe and US.

Another sequel this time in the form of the PlayStation Portable is Cladun X2. This title may seem small and doesn’t have the greatest graphics, but it is full of amazing surprises in the form of a dungeon crawler. Having played the first Cladun game, I can only imagine what they could add or fix outside of 2 new classes, Rangers and Saints, and new creation abilities. There is one thing Cladun 2 has had in Japan… like quite a few surprises with Falcom and even some special items centered around Fuka from Disgaea 4.

Cladun X2 will be available via PSN this Summer.

On what is probably the biggest surprise of them all, NISA has announced it will be releasing the highly anticipated Bleach: Soul Ignition under a new title Bleach: Soul Resurrección. A Japanese demo was released back in December 2010 and slated for release in June 2010. Now the US will be seeing this title in August, about a 2 month window, which is pretty fast for a U.S. turn around.

Featuring over 21 playable characters, you will take control of Ichigo and his friend, the Soul Reapers, and even the Espada, taking out those in front of you in similar fashion to Dynasty Warriors (with that Bankai/Release form you love watching via streaming or Cartoon Network).

Why Sega opted not to release this is their loss, since I am sure fans have been playing the Japanese Demo and have been waiting for news on this game.

Bleach: Soul Resurrección will release in August in the US and September for Europe.

 

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Growing up Chris watched a lot of the original Saturday morning cartoons and developed a love for arts and animation. Growing up he tried his hand at animation and eventually script writing, but even more his love of video games, anime and technology grew.