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Project X Zone

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Project X Zone

Developer: Monolith Soft
Publisher: Namco Bandai Games
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Released in JP: October 11, 2012
Released in US: June 25, 2013
Released in EU: July 5, 2013
Released in AU: July 4, 2013
Released in KR: June 26, 2013


DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


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Project X Zone is the followup to Namco X Capcom, but this time there are SEGA characters!

Development-Related Text

date.txt

2013/03/14 
12:40

This appears to be a build date, taken from the North American release.

desktop.ini

[ViewState]
Mode=
Vid=
FolderType=Generic

A generic PC file.

Unused Graphics

Project-X-Zone-Criware-Logo.png

An unused splash screen for Criware. They are referred to as "CRI Middleware" in the credits.

Project-X-Zone-Namco-Logo.png

An unused version of the Bandai Namco splash screen. The final version has the logo directly in the middle of the shadow instead of slightly left justified.

Project-X-Zone-ThumbsDB.png

A generic PC thumbnail icon, taken from a "thumbs.db" file found on the root of the RomFS.

Regional Differences

The English localization had a few music tracks cut and replaced due to licensing issues. These include "Over my Clouds", "Ring a Bell", "Moshimo Kimi ga Negau no Nara", "Rocks", "World's Love", "High-rise to Hell", and "Mexican Flyer". On the other hand, since those last three tracks did not have a track already in the game to replace them, the English version ended up getting some exclusive tracks of its own: "Hope", "Poop Deck Pursuit", and "Coco Tapioca: The Huge Dancer", respectively.

The game's sequel, Project X Zone 2, had no music tracks removed between regions and is more or less identical content-wise.