I was going to record commentary for my play through of Ace Team’s action-packed love letter to terrible ‘70s science fiction movies, but The Deadly Tower of Monsters brought its own, and it makes the game.
It’s a new year. Can you believe it? Sure you can. While you ponder how you’ll spend it, here is what some of Japan’s most famous game creators hope to accomplish.
Legend of Legacy, a terribly titled new video game that’s out for the 3DS today, is as close as we’ve gotten to a new SaGa game in a very long time. I really wish it was better.
As Kotaku previously reported, Shin Megami Tensei IV Final is a totally new game. We get a very (I mean very) brief look at game play in this debut trailer.
Slated for release in Japan next year, Shin Megami Tensei IV Final isn’t a “definitive edition” of the previously released Shin Megami Tensei IV. It’s an entirely new game set in the same world, featuring a completely different era and setting, all new characters, a branching storyline and multiple endings.
If it weren’t a severe breach of protocol I’d just put the giant YES up at the top of the review. But it is. So I won’t.
You know what helps alleviate the pain of Persona 5’s big delay? This ridiculous trailer, which features the characters of Atlus’s upcoming cat RPG climbing things, jumping into paintings, and playing baseball.
At this year’s Tokyo Game Show, Atlus is holding a special stage event for Persona 5. The event, which will be held on September 19, will feature live musical performances as well as a live talk.
It’s called Odin Sphere: Leiftrasir. One of the most beautiful PlayStation 2 games ever made is going HD.
The Shin Megami Tensei/Fire Emblem crossover game sounds like something out of a dream, but is very much a reality. But it almost ended as a dream.
The Persona 4 dancing game came out in Japan this past Thursday. A new trailer for Persona 5 came with it.
I’ve been driving myself crazy over this game for months. In five days it’s released in Japan for the Vita, a format without region locking. I’ve been starting at Play Asia for an hour. Send help.
Since we can never have too much Persona 4, UDON Entertainment is bringing the manga stateside. Starting in September the publisher will begin releasing English volumes bi-monthly through 2015 and into 2016.
Today, the publisher Atlus officially announced a U.S. localization for Legend of Legacy, a video game that, like most video games, probably should’ve been called something else.
What, you thought we’d make it through a weekend without a Persona 4: Dancing All Night GIF? Margaret had other plans, and one doesn’t mess with Margaret’s plans.
The alternative headline for this post was “Hot Blond Dancing In A Teddie,” but that would have confused our Japanese readers who know Persona 4’s mascot as Kuma.
It’s wouldn’t be a proper Persona 4 spinoff without tons of crazy costumes. Last week Atlus revealed swimwear for the ladies. This week, something much more entertaining.
Not only is there finally a release date for the upcoming 3DS Attack on Titan game, there’s a spiffy new trailer that looks at all the characters that will make an appearance. Naturally, it’s got heroes like Eren, Mikasa, and Armin all hunting terrifying titans in the quest for survival.