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 Written by John Scalzo  on September 27, 2005

News: Release dates may have shifted during flight, check them out inside.



A bunch of new release dates have been finalized in the last two days. So let's get things started shall we?

First up, Eidos has pushed 25 To Life for the PC, PS2 and Xbox into 2006. Instead of political pressure, this time Eidos has cited their recent merger with SCi as the reason for the push back.

After that we have a ton of new dates from Capcom:

  • Mega Man Battle Network 5 (DS) has been moved up a week to November 1. Viewtiful Joe Double Trouble (DS) takes it's spot on November 8.

  • More Mega Man can be found on November 17 when Capcom plans to ship Mega Man X Collection for the PS2 and GameCube.

  • A day later Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot Rumble will ship for the GameCube. The PSP version has been pushed back to January 10, 2006.

  • Also seeing a 2006 appended to it's release column is Final Fight: Streetwise. You'll take up arms in Metro City on the PS2 next Valentine's Day, February 14. The Xbox version no longer has a release date.



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