Every week, Japanese game magazine Famitsu releases a list of the most anticipated games. The list varies somewhat from week to week, but it does give you a good idea of what Japanese gamers are looking forward to.
Yesterday, the biggest game magazine in Japan, Weekly Famitsu, held an awards ceremony. In the past, Hideo Kojima has attended the Famitsu Awards. This year, he did not.
The game's not a remake, it seems. And since Final Fantasy XV has already been announced, it's not that. So what could it be? If this Japanese game magazine leak is true, we'll know soon enough.
In a recent interview, game creator Tetsuya Nomura revealed that Kingdom Hearts III is now being developed on Unreal Engine 4. Oh. Alright, then.
According to an unconfirmed Famitsu leak, Kingdom Hearts III will give Sora a Keyblade that transforms, changing how it's used. Kotaku will confirm this once the magazine is released in Japan.
You might know Japanese celebrity Mari Yaguchi from her appearance in Yakuza 4. Or maybe you remember her days in pop group Morning Musume. Or you might have recently heard Yaguchi's husband caught her screwing another man.
Out of 1,161 Japanese gamers polled, 40.4% want a Wii U, 33.4% a Vita, 21.2% a 3DS, 19.7% a PS3, and 9.6% an Xbox 360.
Square Enix is busy readying the PS3 version of Final Fantasy XIV. The Tokyo-based game company isn't just working on making sure the PS3 version is up to snuff, but it's also aiming for it to become the standard for MMORPGs on home consoles.
In the latest issue of Famitsu, Shuhei Yoshida apparently said that there are lots of unannounced PS Vita titles. Noted!
Aigis (née Aegis in Japan) from Persona is getting a new posable figure this December. It's for Persona 4 Arena, and if you don't like the color variation, sit tight.
The creators of Final Fantasy are working on an action-role-playing game that will be platform-agnostic, according to a new report.
Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu has some screenshots for the newest Ys game, Ys Celceta: Sea Of Trees—a remake of Ys IV that is slated for PlayStation Vita in Japan this September.
This week, Weekly Famitsu asked its readers about their gaming habits and brought back some interesting results.
Shoemakers make shoes. Carmakers make cars. And video game makers? They make video games.
Details from the latest issue of Famitsu magazine are leaking all over the place, revealing a slew of PlayStation Vita games both new and old, including versions of Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Katamari Damacy, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and more.
The issue of Famitsu that introduces Nintendo's new add-on 3ds thumb pad is on sale in Japan. Don't live in Japan? Like Microsoft Paint? There is this.
It's dubbed the "3DS Kakuchou Slide Pad" or "3DS Expansion Slide Pad". It's real. And it's truly an ugly product—the ugliest since the original Nintendo DS. The lackluster looks are a shame because the 3DS is so pretty. There's more than looks to this, though.
At this year's Tokyo Game Show, there will be around 40 PS Vita games. Forty. And the machine isn't even out! Some of the games have already been revealed. Some haven't.
Wait a second. That crazy insane rumor that the struggling Nintendo 3DS would be getting a second analog slider might actually be true? If you believe early reports from the latest issue of Japanese video game mag Famitsu, well, yeah.