Let's face it, the Vita is struggling. But that doesn't mean one of Sony's handhelds isn't doing well. Despite the presence of sexy new technology, the PlayStation Portable is still enjoying quite a bit of success on the other side of the Pacific. Japanese developers continue to produce new and interesting games for an audience that is still keen on devouring them.
Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment is one such title. Based on the anime of the same name, this title follows a group of gamers playing an MMO. Trouble is, they are trapped in its virtual world and should one of their avatars be killed, that person's body will also die in the real world. It's all very meta, but it looks like it could very well be a good time.
|4:30 PM on 05.16.2013|
Shin Megami Tensei IV video showcases English voicework
Shin Megami Tensei IV hits shelves in Japan next week and its North American release is right around the corner. To celebrate several more weeks of waiting Atlus USA has decided to drop a trailer to remind everyone that we h...more
|4:00 PM on 05.16.2013|
'Hardcore action-RPG' Lords of the Fallen announced
City Interactive has had an interesting past, but its latest game, Lords of the Fallen, sounds intriguing. Announced as a 2014 title for next-generation consoles and PC, its story is centered around a world where "the gods ha...more
|2:45 PM on 05.16.2013|
Kingdom Hearts 3D is only $10 at Best Buy today
I don't know what it is about Square Enix games, but they always feel like they cost too damn much. This is especially true of the handheld titles -- I refused to pick up Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy for $39.99, waiting instead...more