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Jul 04 // Kyle MacGregor

Reports: Dragon Quest VII and VIII coming west

[Update: Square Enix declined to comment when asked about Horii's remarks.] Word out of Japan Expo in Paris this weekend is that Dragon Quest creator Yuji Horii is running around telling folks that Dragon Quest VII and Dragon...
Jul 04 // Kyle MacGregor

Inafune back on Kickstarter with Mega Man Legends successor

Keiji Inafune and Comcept have wrapped development on Mighty No. 9 and are now returning to Kickstarter to fund their next project, Red Ash, a spiritual successor to Mega Man Legends. Announced today at Anime Expo in Los Ange...
Jul 04 // Kyle MacGregor

This Japanese FPS just misses its mark

Welcome to Doujin Dojo, a new weekly column dedicated to the Japanese indie scene. Maybe I should have started this out by gushing about Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale or Astebreed (which is now available on PS4, by the way)....
Jul 04 // Kyle MacGregor

First look at Telltale's Minecraft: Story Mode

This is a reminder that Minecraft: Story Mode is a real thing that's happening. The episodic adventure game from Telltale Games follows a generic-looking protagonist (portrayed by Patton Oswalt of A Very Harold & Kumar 3...
Jul 04 // Kyle MacGregor

Watch Sony's Shuhei Yoshida fight one of Bloodborne's hardest bosses

SCE Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida is just the best. Unlike many executives around the industry (who may as well be selling soap), you can really tell gaming is close to Yoshida's heart. Case in point: Yoshida is a mas...
Jul 04 // Kyle MacGregor

Don't worry, Dragon Quest XI isn't a mobile MMO

Whenever it arrives, it sounds like Dragon Quest XI will be a return to form for the franchise. Speaking with Final Fantasy Ring at this weekend's Japan Expo in Paris, Dragon Quest creator Yuji Horii hinted at what sort of ex...
Jul 03 // Kyle MacGregor

Zero Escape Volume 3 announced for 3DS, Vita

Today at the Aksys Games panel at Anime Expo in Los Angeles, the publisher and Zero Escape series director Kotaro Uchikoshi announced Zero Escape Volume 3. This is the next entry in developer Spike Chunsoft's visual...
Jul 03 // Kyle MacGregor

Attack on Titan now available on 3DS in Europe

Shingeki no Kyojin: Humanity in Chains has finally arrived for the Nintendo 3DS in PAL territories. The action game allows players to suit up in Omni-directional Mobility Gear and take on Titans as either familiar faces from the manga and anime series or characters of your own creation. For €30, the (digital-only) title comes with an exclusive 3DS theme. You can find our review here.
Jul 03 // Kyle MacGregor

Sci-fi RPG Ar nosurge out now on PlayStation Vita

Ar nosurge Plus: Ode to an Unborn Star is now available across North America and Europe. As we've come to expect of Gust-developed role-playing games, this PlayStation Vita release is an enhanced port of last year's PlayStati...
Jul 02 // Kyle MacGregor

Skullgirls dev making RPG with Mana composer

Tonight at Anime Expo in Los Angeles, Skullgirls developer Lab Zero Games announced Indivisible, a new action role-playing game inspired by the likes of Valkyrie Profile and Super Metroid. Secret of Mana composer H...
Jul 02 // Kyle MacGregor

Bandai Namco delays Project X Zone 2 until 2016

Project X Zone 2 has been pushed back to early 2016. The upcoming tactical role-playing game, which features a myriad of iconic characters from Bandai Namco, Capcom, and Sega, was previously announced for an autumn release i...
Jul 02 // Kyle MacGregor

Goodbye, Club Nintendo

After nearly seven years, Club Nintendo has called it quits, discontinuing service in North America. The loyalty program debuted alongside the GameCube's European launch in 2002 as Nintendo VIP 24:7 before coming to Japan as ...
Jul 01 // Kyle MacGregor

Podtoid 298: Tales of E3 and Batman: Arkham Knight

Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or download it here. Welcome back to Podtoid! On this week's podcast, Steven, Brett and Kyle return from sunny, beautiful, wonderful Los Angeles to discuss our E3 adventures ...
Jul 01 // Kyle MacGregor

Onechanbara Z2: Chaos eviscerates PS4 July 21

Onechanbara Z2: Chaos is coming to North America on July 21, XSEED Games just announced. After a brief hands-on session with the upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive at E3 the other week, I'm actually looking forward to this...
Jul 01 // Kyle MacGregor

Fire Emblem Fates outsells Persona 4: Dancing All Night

Last week was a great time to be a portable gaming enthusiast in Japan, as not one, but two highly anticipated titles launched on Thursday in Fire Emblem Fates and Persona 4: Dancing All Night. Fire Emblem Fates was far and a...
Jun 30 // Kyle MacGregor

Thomas Was Alone action figures are a real thing

I haven't had the urge to buy blocks in... a long time, but these Thomas Was Alone "action figures" are testing my resolve. The Claire figure even floats, apparently, which sounds perfect for the tub. Yes, I'm a supposed adul...
Jun 30 // Kyle MacGregor

Valkyrie Drive reveals new Weaponized Lesbians

Marvelous has unveiled a few new characters for Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni, the new project from Senran Kagura creator Kenichiro Takaki, which has been colloquially referred to as "Weaponized Lesbians" around these parts for r...
Jun 30 // Kyle MacGregor

Persona 4: Dancing All Night coming to Europe without delay

It looks like Persona 4: Dancing All Night might arrive simultaneously (or close to it) across Europe and America, as NIS has followed Atlus' lead, announcing the rhythm game for a "Fall 2015" launch. In addition to the stand...
Jun 28 // Kyle MacGregor

Senran Kagura dev's new game isn't coming west

Marvelous' upcoming rhythm game IA/VT Colorful isn't likely to receive a localization.  Speaking with Siliconera in a recent interview, producer Kenichiro Takaki, best known for his work on the Senran Kagura se...
Jun 28 // Kyle MacGregor

Ubisoft: 'Too early' to talk Beyond Good & Evil 2

The long-awaited followup to Beyond Good & Evil was once again absent at E3 this year, prompting The Guardian to ask Ubisoft boss Yves Guillemot if the title is actually still in development. “I can’t say the ...
Jun 26 // Kyle MacGregor

Square Enix is nearly done with last-gen

There comes a point in every console's life cycle where we all collectively decide the party is over. Some people start filing out around midnight. Others will disappear later on. Eventually it's just one guy trying to keep t...
Jun 26 // Kyle MacGregor

Attack on Titan 3DS maneuvers to Europe next week

After a short delay, Shingeki no Kyojin: Humanity in Chains is launching across Europe, Australia, and New Zealand next week on July 2, Atlus USA announced today. If you're curious as to why the Nintendo 3DS game is being rel...
Jun 26 // Kyle MacGregor

Review: The Controller Shop custom DualShock 4

When a custom controller outfit offered to let us design our own tailor-made gamepad, it was a proposal we couldn't refuse. Except designing things is hard. So we rolled the dice and left that task in their hands, hoping thei...
Jun 25 // Kyle MacGregor

Persona 4: Dancing All Night opening movie

No lie, I've been listening to Persona 4: Dancing All Night's main theme, "Dance!," on repeat since playing the game at E3 last week. It's just so danged infectious. I'm this close to importing the game -- which just came ou...
Jun 25 // Kyle MacGregor

Rodea: The Sky Soldier might be a bumpy ride

My first flight with Rodea: The Sky Soldier wasn't a smooth one. But perhaps that's to be expected of a title that's seen such a turbulent development history. The project went dark shortly after its initial announcement in 2010, then underwent a change of platforms -- something that seems all too apparent after a few minutes with the final product.
Jun 24 // Kyle MacGregor

New Persona 5 trailer leaked (Update)

[Update: And it's gone!] Persona 4: Dancing All Night just launched in Japan, where first print copies of the game come included with a Blu-ray featuring a new Persona 5 trailer. Make sure to watch it while you still can! G onitono [YouTube]
Jun 22 // Kyle MacGregor

Reports of Tri-Ace's death have been greatly exaggerated

Back when word broke regarding Tri-Ace's acquisition at the hands of mobile group Nepro Japan, the early speculation was the studio's days making games for consoles were over. Then, just a couple months later, Square Eni...
Jun 21 // Kyle MacGregor

First look at Tales of Berseria in action

Bandai Namco just released the first footage of Tales of Berseria in motion, showing off a range of environments, including a tropical coastal locale, a temperate forest, and snow-coated cityscape. The publisher still hasn't...
Jun 21 // Kyle MacGregor

Suikoden III coming to PlayStation Network

Suikoden III is slated for a digital re-release on PlayStation 3 this week, according to the PlayStation Blog's weekly listing of upcoming releases for North America. Earlier this year, a European rating for the PlayStation 2...
Jun 20 // Kyle MacGregor

Persona 4 goes full Miku in Dancing All Night

It's been months since the Investigation Team cracked the case and life is getting back to normal. That is, until members of Rise Kujikawa's J-pop group suddenly go missing. And, surprise, surprise: The rescue mission brings ...

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