I loved the cube-based art-style of 3D Dot Game Heroes, but I didn't love the game. And who loves loading screens? Vimeo user David Kupfer solves almost all of my problems at once by compiling the 105 loading screens from 3D Dot Game Heroes. I like looking at them more than I liked playing this game. Pretty stuff. […
On the same day LittleBigPlanet 2 is delayed a feature update for Atlus' 3D Dot Game Heroes brings a special guest to the retro land of Dotnia.
The fifth and final vignette for 3D Dot Game Heroes is even more embarrassing when you realize this is what we accepted as advertising in the late 80's.
One of the coolest features of Atlus' 3D Dot Game Heroes is the ability to create your own animated protagonist using the game's built-in character editor. Now there's a place where players can share their creations with the world.
3D Dot Game Heroes might look like a 3D pixel take on The Legend of Zelda, but this trailer is all Old Spice's "The Man Your Man Could Smell Like."
Using 3D Dot Game Heroes's built-in character editor, Game Informer's Tim Turi takes the Zelda "homage" full-circle.
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Link you need to rescue Zelda Dotnia!
It might not be a real word, but Zelda-riffic is the only one I can come up with for this first full trailer for Atlus' PlayStation 3 exclusive 3D Dot Game Heroes.
Atlus' "ultimate love letter to retro gamers" 3D Dot Games Heroes features a main character so powerful that dragons consider him a boss fight. Funny, he just looks like a pile of blocks to me.
Atlus is bringing From Software's 3D Dot Game Heroes to North America this May, a PlayStation 3 exclusive adventure that's full of tiny, blocky, brave adventurers sporting monster blades and here are six scorching shots full of huge hard steel.
Is there such a thing as having too much sword? It gets to a certain point where it's hard to hide it, and carrying it outside of its sheath could get you in trouble. And while you might think it would be impressive to the ladies, most of them would be too afraid to get anywhere near it.
The standard fantasy drama formula is lovingly applied to 3D Dot Game Heroes. Peaceful civilization thrives under the protection of some glowing orbs, evil shows up, threatens peace, orbs are scattered and a lone, superdeformed hero signs up to save the day. Along the way, a Legend of Zelda overworld theme homage…
From Software's love letter to retro gaming, 3D Dot Game Heroes, pay tribute to box art of lore via loading screens. "Now Loading" has never been this much fun.
Whether the game plays as good as it retro-looks remains to be seen. And FromSoftware's plans for a release outside of Japan haven't yet been announced, but we're hoping to see the game at the upcoming Tokyo Game Show. 3D Dot Game Heroes hits Japan on November 5th, with the debut trailer now available for the ogling.