Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom producer Daisuke Uchiyama is tired of over-the-top violence in games, and thinks he's found a different motivation for playing his new game: Friendship.
I'm going to try to get through this entire post regarding this gameplay trailer for the new Clash of the Titans video game without mentioning God of War once. Oh dammit.
The newest trailer for Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom, the charming co-op adventure from the folks who made Genji and Folklore, might be the boost you need to start caring about this game.
If you are going to compare a game to God of War, why not use the game based on the remake of the movie that surely held some inspiration for God of War in the first place?
Namco Bandai announced today that it will release Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom in North America this summer, allaying fears that you'd never see the game formerly known as Majin: The Fallen Realm on these shores. Whew!
Game Republic, (in)famous for its work on Genji and Folklore, as well as its founder Yoshiki Okamoto, was working on a Tom and Jerry game tie-in with an upcoming movie, according to a new interview.
I won't lie – I was something of an otaku when I was young. (Okay, I still am; I founded the Mills College anime club, for crying out loud). I watched Gundam Wing, Sailor Moon and even Robotech, the mutant hybrid that should not have been but was somehow totally awesome. And, of course, I was into all things Dragon…
Believe it or not, Genji developers Game Republic made a game for Microsoft that it thought was even less marketable than Every Party, the team's lame duck party game that never made it out of Japan. Game Republic president and former Capcom designer Yoshiki Okamoto tells 1UP that the Folklore devs were nine months…
Gloom and doom time. Well, for Japanese game developers. While the country's game makers seems to be down on themselves of late, it's hard to separate that from stereotypical Japanese humility and plain old self-realization. Here's Genji developer Game Republic head and former Capcom producer Yoshiki Okamoto talking…