Imageepoch, the Japanese role-playing game developer known for the Arc Rise Fantasia series and the salacious Criminal Girls, is working on its first PS3 game. But, it's not only a PS3 game.
Seven girls are trapped in hell. Your job, as their prison guard, is to rehabilitate them.
Explore the world of L'Arc and his kick-ass friends as they defend the Meridian Empire against an invasion by ferocious creatures in Arc Rise Fantasia—out NOW!
Imageepoch's Arc Rise Fantasia is coming to the Wii in June courtesy of Ignition Entertainment, who's passed along this exclusive look at the characters and environments of the turn-based role-playing game.
Ignition Entertainment is gearing up to release "the definitive JRPG for the Wii" this summer, and eight new screenshots show us how much that looks like a Namco Bandai Tales of Something title.
Ignition Entertainment and Marvelous Entertainment have announced that the former will be responsible for publishing Imageepoch's turn-based Wii RPG Arc Rise Fantasia in Summer 2010.
Yu Kobayashi looks like an angel. She sounds like a angel. Too bad she draws like a monster. Visual horrors await.
Screenshots for upcoming role-playing-game Arc Rise Fantasia featured a female character Lesley with the lower part of her breasts exposed. That is, before the Wii game's website was relaunched.
Folks are fluttering around on the Japanese internet about the boxart similarity between these two games. Kwinky-dink or sinister thievery?