Last week Japan had a special Freedom Wars related event. During the convention-like affair, Sony had an announcement for fans -- a new Propaganda Idol project is underway.
Based on the fictional idols within the confine...more
At every Sony event this year, the portable rhetoric was identical -- the Vita is getting games, but they're ports, or in rare cases, multi-platform releases of existing games.
As an original Vita and 32GB memory card owner s...more
Ever since it came out in Japan earlier this year, Freedom Wars has been high on my list of anticipated releases. Being from the illustrious SCE Japan Studio, the game found success overseas as one of the ...more
Ahead of Freedom Wars' October 28 release in North America, PlayStation Blog has listed which Panopticons will appear in the Western version of the PS Vita game. A what now?
Think of a building designed in such a way that a p...more
Freedom Wars is getting its 1.20 update in Japan, which brings multiple 8-v-8 PVP modes to the shooter. You have your deathmatch mode, and a capture the flag [civilian] gametype, which should last you quite a while give...more
Two Japanese Vita RPGs centered around fighting giant monsters. Perfect cross over potential. Your Soul Sacrifice Delta character even gets a pair of Freedom Wars' stupid headphones.
Anyone still playing Soul Sacrifice? more
Life itself is a crime in Freedom Wars, a Monster Hunter-esque game in which prisoners must fight beasts and rescue civilians to reduce their million-year sentence. It's releasing for PlayStation Vita on October 28 in North A...more
The Monster Hunter x headphones Vita game Freedom Wars was originally only coming to Europe digitally. This upset some people. Maybe their internet access is limited. Maybe they don't want to spend money on over-pri...more
In its obvious Monster Hunter parallel, you might forget that Freedom Wars is aiming to be story-focused. It has some ludicrous broad strokes. Existence alone is a crime worth one million years in prison. Apparentl...more
Demon Gaze developer Experience has been busy on the Vita since with Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy (and its upcoming sequel in Japan), but there are no shortages of dungeons to crawl or publishers to team with, so Bandai...more
Over the years, Atlus has become one of the more endearing presences in gaming. One thing fans appreciate is its tendency to switch things up. The publisher has a handle on the niche gaming scene, and it's reassuring to know ...more
Day and night cycles aren't new, but it's a pretty one at least. Actually, thinking on it, more RPGs (particularly Japanese RPGs) could benefit from a day and night cycle just for the perceived visual variation on the hours ...more