UPDATE: Here’s a rough translation of what the game is about:
“Bandai Namco games weekly Famitsu special issue for July 10 2014 (released June 26th) PS3 update public update. The following is an excerpt of the full article.
A shocking restoration of the Godzilla tokusatsu reputation we fondly remember. Destroy various military weapons in a revival of the “Mission Clear” style of gaming. Your rival is the detestable civilization of man. Control a 50 meter tall behemoth and feel the satisfaction of being able to destroy urban and industrial areas just like the movies.
Using the latest graphics technology, experience the feeling of being able to operate the special effects with your own hands. Beginning with the tint of the film, unique camera angles, gunpowder explosion effects, etc. typical of the special effects films of years ago.
The moment Godzilla arrived in Tokyo in 1954 he was temporarily buried by the oxygen destroyer. However, this by no means ended his assault. This work’s goal is to replicate Godzilla’s characteristic offensive action allowing player’s to freely destroy buildings within an open stage, allocating overwhelming power and unleashing a fear in modern man never seen before.”
Also confirmed to be in the game is the 2014 incarnation, with Famitsu magazine teasing a 1994 Japanese Godzilla VS. 2014 American Godzilla showdown.
So uh, let’s all get hyped for the new Godzilla game.
We are very excited to announce that next month it will be possible for players to migrate their Dark Souls: Prepare to Die games, saves and achievements from the Games for Windows Live platform to Steam.
Games for Windows Live users will be able to redeem their Games for Windows Live Tokens on Steam to get Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition at no additional cost. (To find your Games for Windows Live Token, please head to the support webpage.)
In the month of November, there will be a period by which Games for Windows Live Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition users will be able to transfer their Save Data (characters + progress) and Achievements over to their Steam accounts.
Players will still be able to use their Games for Windows Live Tokens to redeem the Steam version of Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition at no additional cost even after the migration period ends; but game Save Data and Achievements transfer functions may not be available.
Games for Windows Live Rankings will not be transferred to Steam.
The specific migration start and end dates will be available soon; however the migration period will begin sometime in November 2014 with more specific dates to come.
We will be sharing more information soon regarding the migration process soon, so stay tuned!