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Star Ocean 5 is a real thing coming to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, Square Enix announced in the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu. According to Kotaku, who we graciously credit these image scans to, the game is be...
Today is a sad day for tri-Ace fans. It appears as though mobile developer Nepro Japan has fully acquired the studio that built Star Ocean, Resonance of Fate, and one of my favorite PlayStation games of all time, Valkyri...
Resonance of Fate, the PS3 JRPG from Tri-Ace and Sega, is now available for purchase on the PlayStation Store for $20.   There are a few complaints worth leveling at Resonance of Fate. It's a bit ugly and drab in its was...
The upcoming demo for Phantasy Star Nova will feature cooperative multiplayer for up to four players over a local Wi-Fi network. The demo will not allow character creation or story progress, but will feature a battle against ...


Tri-Ace (Star Ocean, Resonance of Fate) is currently plugging away at Phantasy Star Nova (out this year in Japan), but the company is also working on a free-to-play title for the Vita, Judas Code, according to this week'...
If you own a Vita and have access to the Japanese storefront, get ready to download the Phantasy Star Nova demo within the next month. According to Sega, the demo will drop in August, and will feature a giant boss fight...
Remember how earlier I detailed Sega's E3 2014 lineup and we all lamented the lack of Phantasy Star Nova localization? Me too. But don't cry. Not yet. There's a brand new trailer that'll dry all of your tears, and then remin...
A couple of days ago, Tri-Ace and Sega announced Phantasy Star Nova, a game for the PlayStation Vita that's set for 2014. Apparently it will take place in the same world as Phantasy Star Online 2, and will feature four player...
Tri-Ace and Sega are bringing up new game Phantasy Star Nova for the PS Vita in 2014. It takes place in the same world as Phantasty Star Online 2. This new title, announced tonight in a pre-TGS Sony press conference, can be enjoyed alone or with up to four players via an ad-hoc connection. Expect a new battle experience and a strong story line. 
Square Enix never said anything about this! It seems that Tri-Ace staff were involved with the development of Final Fantasy XIII-2. Tri-Ace's Yuichiro Kitao sent out a tweet that said that you might even see him in ...