El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron's director and character designer, Sawaki Takeyasu, has secured the rights to the game's IP.
Lucifer is charming in what is probably his biggest video game appearance of the year. He's a pal. He's smooth. He calls God on a cell phone. He wears fashionable jeans.
Ignition Entertainment shuttered its Florida studio earlier this month, deep-sixing the game the 70 developers were building, which was an FPS rumored to have cost $20 million. Video of the game, "Reich" has surfaced.
In Ignition Entertainment's El Shaddai, you're guided by a pre-fall Lucifer who carries a cell phone with God on his speed dial. Then things get weird.
Summer shooter BlackLight: Tango Down features the Hyper Reality Visor - an advanced imaging system that uses augmented reality to deliver battlefield intelligence. Lead game designer Jared Gerritzen tells Kotaku about the real-life inspirations behind the game's tech.
For another glimpse at Ignition's El Shaddai: Ascension Of The Metatron, the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 game that could use a punchier title, come here. See how the unusual looking game with a Devil May Cry pedigree is shaping up.
Imageepoch's Arc Rise Fantasia is coming to the Wii in June courtesy of Ignition Entertainment, who's passed along this exclusive look at the characters and environments of the turn-based role-playing game.
Nostalgia is a DS role playing game that hearkens back not only to when Final Fantasy VII's graphics were next-generation, but to an era of steam and airships that never quite existed.
Momohime is the female lead of Muramasa: The Demon Blade, driven by the evil spirit inhabiting her body to seek out the 108 cursed demon swords. She then uses the powers of those swords to inflict massive-damage on anything that stands in her way. From Ignition's character description:
Vanillaware's Muramasa: The Demon Blade is a lovely looking side-scroller. But it could be even lovelier at higher-than-Wii resolution, an option not out of the realm of possibility, according to studio founder George Kamitami.
.html Of all of the shots of the original The King of Fighters '94 to show off in this trailer for the latest version, Ignition had to go with a Mai Shiranui shot.
Nostalgia basically takes the same sort of airship travel as we've seen in earlier entries in the Final Fantasy series and countless other roleplaying games and pimps it out, letting the player customize weapons and take to the sky for airship battles. The look is similar, as is the music, but the combat is something…
No longer is The King of Fighters XII scheduled for "Summer 2009" in North America. No longer will its release date be shuffled. It will arrive on these shores July 28th.
Sure, we could have edited the slate ourselves, but then how would we preserve the excitement? Simply telling you about it? That never works. The little date code at the beginning of this "Triumph of Combat" video shall be preserved in its entirety, to show the world just how thrilled Ignition and company are to have…
Thirteen classic SS characters and eleven newcomers gather in this latest entry to do battle with the villainous Golba, rendered in high-resolution 3D, which means we also get high-resolution decapitations and dismemberment, and isn't that what video games are all about?
Flying airships? Check. Dungeon battles? Check. Plucky young spike-haired anime characters going on a globe-trotting adventure, fighting dragons, wyverns and other unimaginable evils? Check please! Nostalgia's game development pedigree is rock solid and looks to not rock the boat with any of its RPG conventions,…