Want to own what could be the last physical PSP game released in the United States? The folks at Gaijinworks are taking pre-orders for Class of Heroes 2, and that's the only way to get a physical copy. (Although if you want the game and don't care about holding the disc, a digital copy will be cheaper.) No release…
Feeling screwed? If you're an American fan of Japanese games, you certainly should be. Publishers in the East have not treated us very well over the past few decades. They've given us rushed and incomplete localizations. Often they don't send us North American ports at all.
If MonkeyPaw Games raises $500,000, they'll know that gamers still love JRPGs.
A partnership between MonkeyPaw Games and Gaijinworks results in the PlayStation Network re-release of two of the best games released by Working Designs for the original PlayStation: Arc the Lad and Alundra.
Japanese publisher Sunsoft, perhaps best known for its NES release Blaster Master and subsequent sequels, will be resuming operations in North America the company announced today, soliciting a little relaunch help from Gaijinworks.