Marvel Puzzle Quest for mobile and PC was an exciting concept marred by free-to-play mechanics. Coming later this year, the console version of Marvel Puzzle Quest adds multiplayer and ditches free-to-play.
D3 Publisher hasn’t always been the most subtle developer with games like the Dream Club series and Metal Gear Panty-er I mean Summer-Colored High School. Their new upcoming game for the PS Vita, Omega Labyrinth carries on the D3 Publisher traditional unhindged libido wackiness with an unhealthy obsession with boobs.
Japan’s latest open-world JRPG has a ridiculous title.
PS4 title Earth Defense Force 4.1 The Shadow of New Despair was supposed to be released next February in Japan. It has been delayed to April 2 "due to various circumstances," according to Famitsu.
I consider myself a fan of the open world video game genre. Give me a playground and I shall play. Then along comes D3 Publisher announcing a new open world game and I immediately became a mixture of intrigued, bemused, and perturbed all at the same time.
How close are the Guardians of the Galaxy's Rocket Raccoon and Groot? So close that they count as one character in their big Marvel Puzzle Quest debut.
Part of Earth Defense Force's charm is its low-budget feel. So, what's this? A PS4 version of Earth Defense Force? With a giant mecha smacking the crap out of a kaiju?
I love Adventure Time. I love collectible card games. An Adventure Time collectible card game should therefore be the perfect thing, but then my least favorite mobile gaming mechanic rears its ugly head.
Remember that one episode of Adventure Time where Finn and Jake played "Card Wars" against each other? Soon you'll be able to do that to. Play "Card Wars", not remember the episode. Not that you won't remember. Ahem. Card games, and digital card games are coming, yo.
The Marvel Trading Card Game for PSP was released in February of 2007. Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords dropped in March of that year. I've been dreaming of a combination of the two ever since. Now it's finally here, and it's everything I wanted, only free-to-play.
Today in Tokyo, D3 Publisher announced that a new Earth Defense Force game is in development for the PS4. Note that this is not the Xbox 360/PS3 title Earth Defense Force 2025, which is already out in Japan and will hit the West in February, but a completely new game.
New screenshots for the next Adventure Time. The isometric dungeon crawler Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW!, slated to hit PC, Xbox 360, PS3, 3DS and Wii U in November, has a lovely new set of shots starring Finn, Jake, the Ice King, and Lumpy Space Princess. Check 'em out below.
Yes, BMO — I would like to an Adventure Time video game, but only if it's stuffed inside a metal representation of your perfect form, like the 3DS collector's edition of Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW!
Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! allows up to four players to step into the booties of their favorite characters, taking on 100 randomly-generated dungeon levels filled with monsters, treasures, and all sorts of Gauntlet-style coolness. It would be the perfect online multiplayer dungeon crawl…
At this year's Tokyo Game Show, game company D3 Publisher is apparently offering Dream Club curry ramen with soymilk and other stuff. Dream Club is D3P's hostess simulator, and this colorful ramen is a real world way to prove yourself to the in-game hostess Amane.
The bugs are back. D3 Publisher has released new details and images for Earth Defense Force 4, the sequel to Earth Defense Force 3 (Better known in the west as Earth Defense Force 2017). Unlike Earth Defense Force Insect Armageddon which is being treated as a spin-off, EDF4 will be the official sequel to EDF3.
Earth Defense Force 3: Portable, the portable version of the 2007 Xbox 360 game, Earth Defense Forces 2017 is coming to the PSVita at the end of next month, and with 5 years since the original release, there's been a lot of time to refine and add a bunch of new goodies into the battle for the planet's defense. Here's…
How big is Pendleton Ward's instant cult classic cartoon Adventure Time? So big that D3Publishers has a giant inflatable Finn and Jake hovering over their E3 2012 booth — and the game isn't even here.
Pendleton Ward's quirky cartoon sensation Adventure Time makes its video game debut this fall in Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?! for the DS and 3DS. I'm so, so happy.