MagnaCarta 2 Latest News - Xbox 360

  • Publisher: Namco Bandai
  • Genre:RPG
  • Developer: Softmax
  • Release Date:Oct 13, 2009
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Fantasy Violence,Mild Language,Mild Suggestive Themes)
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Game Description: The follow-up to Korean developer Softmax's ancient fantasy RPG, expanding on the PC/PS2 original with this next-gen sequel. As Juto, a young boy suffering from amnesia, it is up to you to travel the war torn kingdom of Lanzheim, and find a way to bring peace back to your homeland.
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MagnaCarta 2 News

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  • Magna Carta 2 Review

    Magna Carta 2 is a Japanese-style RPG that has a lot of the standard elements that go with that kind of experience, but also adds a few new wrinkles to the mix. But, does that mean it's a quality experience? Well, according to reviewer Allen Rausch: 'Innovation isn’t necessarily the hallmark of a great game. There are plenty of examples...

    Posted November 10, 2009

    Magna Carta 2 Review
  • 'Magna Carta 2' Gamer's Day Preview

    Here's more androgynous RPG gaming courtesy of The Land of the Rising Sun, as Namco Bandai Producer Yoshihisa Kanesaka, previews the Xbox 360 fantasy RPG Magna Carta 2. Watch the video for all the details on: The storyline transition from the original game The importance of the three thematic components: Love/Hatred, Nature power, and...

    Posted May 8, 2009| 10 Comments

    'Magna Carta 2' Gamer's Day Preview
  • First Look: 'Magna Carta II' -- Kicking Japanese RPG Combat Into Overdrive

    I didn't play the first Magna Carta on the PS2, so when the game's product manager started to tell me about the new revamped battle system in Manga Carta II, my frame of reference was a little insufficient. But after seeing the real-time/turn-based hybrid in action, I started to get the gist of it. You have three playable characters in your...

    Posted April 29, 2009| 11 Comments

    First Look: 'Magna Carta II' -- Kicking Japanese RPG Combat Into Overdrive
  • More 'Magna Carta 2' Screens

    Looking for more on Banpresto's Xbox 360 JRPG? Here's some more screens for you to browse through. They're very Japanese and very RPG. More Images...

    Posted April 22, 2009| 4 Comments

    More 'Magna Carta 2' Screens
  • 'Magna Carta 2' Japanese Trailer

    Banpresto and developer Softmax showcase their JRPG Magna Carta 2 in another trailer that came as part of Microsoft's Japan spring showcase. The Magna Carta series has been lauded for it's art style amongst other things (like being Korean?), fans of the PS2 Tears of Blood, curious to your thoughts on the latest series' offering. This sequel to...

    Posted April 21, 2009| 10 Comments

    'Magna Carta 2' Japanese Trailer
  • MagnaCarta 2 Behind the Game

    Posted: October 16, 2009

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  • Magna Carta 2 E3 09 Gameplay

    Posted: June 4, 2009

    639 Views | 00:36

  • Magna Carta 2 E3 2009 Trailer

    Posted: June 4, 2009

    426 Views | 02:08

  • All Access Preview: Magna Carta II

    Posted: May 12, 2009

    2,814 Views | 02:31 | 1 Comment

  • Magna Carta 2 Gamers Day Preview

    Posted: May 7, 2009

    2,878 Views | 06:22 | 1 Comment


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