Japan Earthquake Sends Erotic Game Maker on Hiatus

When March 11's earthquake shook North-eastern Japan, lives were lost and destroyed. Less importantly, video games ended up delayed and canceled. As the country continues to pull itself from the wreckage, one adult game company is stating that for the time being it cannot go on. » 5/11/11 5:00am 5/11/11 5:00am

Why Zombie Yakuza Game Is Being Delayed So Long

Zombie parody game Yakuza: of the End was slated for release on March 17. Then, the unthinkable happened; on March 11, an earthquake and an ensuing tsunami laid waste to Japan's northeast. The game, which depicted a city in ruins (pictured), was one of many delayed out of respect to the victims. » 4/20/11 8:45am 4/20/11 8:45am

How Did The Japanese Earthquake Impact The 3DS? The PSP?

March's Tohoku Earthquake destroyed towns, took people's lives and left tens of thousand homeless. Out of courtesy, game developers postponed games and one company even canceled a title outright. March was a bad month for the video game business in Japan. March was a bad month. Period. » 4/15/11 8:15am 4/15/11 8:15am