The latest game in Marvelous’ unapologetically pervy ninja brawling series hit PS4 and Vita yesterday. As someone completely unfazed by fanservice-y Japanese games I have to wonder, at what point does Senran Kagura: Estival Versus make you uncomfortable?
One of my favorite PlayStation 2-era action role-roleplaying games is now available on Steam. How much Ys nostalgia can I cram into five minutes?
Making its debut at this weekend's AnimeJapan expo in Japan, Valkyrie Drive is a mixed-media game and anime project from Marvelous which revolves around girls making out and turning into weapons. It all makes sense when you realize who it's coming from.
Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune's 3DS action-RPG about a pirate penguin, Kaio: King of Pirates, has been cancelled due to internal development-related difficulties and "sudden changes in the marketplace," reports Siliconera. Kaio was announced in late 2011, and was slated to come out, after a delay, in 2014.
Small indie studio Checkpoint had a deal with Japanese publishers Marvelous to release two games by the end of 2012. Those titles, AviNation and Party Politics, are both now out.
Japanese Harvest Moon publishers Marvelous Entertainment has unleashed Followars onto the iPad, a two-player game that turns your Twitter followers into combatants in turn-based role-playing battles to the death.
Yasuhiro Wada, honcho of Japanese company Marvelous, will be leaving his post as Director of Digital Contents on March 31.
Ignition Entertainment is gearing up to release "the definitive JRPG for the Wii" this summer, and eight new screenshots show us how much that looks like a Namco Bandai Tales of Something title.
Don't bother trying to understand this trailer for No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, set to hit the Wii in January, just sit back and enjoy it.
Ignition Entertainment and Marvelous Entertainment have announced that the former will be responsible for publishing Imageepoch's turn-based Wii RPG Arc Rise Fantasia in Summer 2010.
Marvelous Entertainment USA and XSEED games are teaming up for E3, showing off their line up of upcoming titles together as one united force of goodness. While the focus is mainly on the Nintendo DS and Wii, there is a PSP game in the form of RPG sequel Valhalla Knights 2 to spice things up. The name of the game here…
We've heard Xseed is publishing Marvelous' Little King's Story on the Wii this Winter (you can stop calling it "Project O" now), and between the gorgeous art style, charming look and the somewhat Harvest Moon-influenced gameplay blend of real-time strategy, adventure and RPG, there's a lot to clasp our hands in…
Publisher XSeed admits that the first Valhalla Knights was just a wee bit of a hardcore grind, targeted squarely at that sector of the Japanese audience - and the non-Japanese fans who share their tastes.
We just found out that Marvelous Entertainment's Wii-exclusive"Project O" has a real name, if you haven't heard: Little King's Story. It's due for a Winter 2008 release in North America, and today we learn that it will hit the PAL territories in the first quarter of 2009, being published by Rising Star Games (Xseed …
Japanese RPG fans, rejoice. Japan-based publisher Marvelous Entertainment announced a co-publishing partnership with L.A.-based XSeed, who's best known for Shadow Hearts: From The New World and Wild Arms 4 and 5. Through the deal, Marvelous, who among other titles publishes Natsume's Harvest Moon series, gains more…