Somewhere beyond this eerily silent, pink-mist clogged screenshot is the "motivation" mini-game from the unabashedly risque Japanese game Criminal Girls. Stripping the sound and obscuring the action made it okay for Western release—only no it didn't.
As I wade through the dark and depressing world of The Last of Us, I slowly fill with a sort of gloomy despair — a despair that can only be countered by anime frivolity and quick-time eating, courtesy of Nippon Ichi's The Witch and The Hundred Knights for the PlayStation 3.
Earlier this summer, Nippon Ichi Software announced a feature film adaptation of horror series Hayarigami.
Today in Tokyo, Japanese game maker Nippon Ichi Software revealed a trio of new games.
PSP game Criminal Girls puts players in the role of a prison guard that "spanks" and "disciplines" bad girls. Oh yeah, and the game is set in hell. So a manga version of this would look like...
Nippon Ichi Software is suspending new game development and halting work on three games currently in production due to a "severe marketplace". That isn't stopping it from releasing a game in which players spank bad little girls.
Seven girls are trapped in hell. Your job, as their prison guard, is to rehabilitate them.
Last Friday, Nippon Ichi Software, the developer behind the Disgaea series, announced its financial earnings. They were not good.
The developer behind the Disgaea series, announced its financial earnings. You may want to sit down.
Let's Zenryoku Hitchhike!!!!!!!!! focuses on the more attractive aspects of hitchhiking—thumbing efficiently for free rides on cows, tractors and rickshaws—with none of the negatives—having your corpse dumped behind the brush of an interstate rest area.
Fans looking to get a little more with their copy of Prinny: Can I Really Be The Hero? for the PSP next month need look no further that NIS's official online store, Rosenqueen.
For the Disgaea fans to cheap to import or too unversed on the English language to read this article, Square Enix is delivering Disgaea 3 to European PlayStation 3 owners next month.
Nippon Ichi is giving Disgaea fans even more hot Prinny action on the go, announcing that a port of the PlayStation 2 game Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories will get a PSP port next year.
Simply hearing about Cross Edge, the PlayStation 3 RPG that combines popular properties from Nippon Ichi, Gust, Namco Bandai, Idea Factory, and Capcom together into one all-star role-playing extravaganza was enough to turn fans (myself included) into bubbling puddles of joyful goo. Seeing the game in action in this…
While non-Japanese reading Disgaea fans like myself sit curled up in a fetal position staring at the month of August on our desktop calendars, desperately waiting for Disgaea 3, the Japanese are getting ready to get their games topped off with additional content packs. Lucky bastards. The first pack, which goes for…
Being a gigantic fan of the Japanese RPG and knowing the appetites of said fans, I am half tempted to just toss these new Famitsu scans out onto the site and then head for high ground to avoid the ensuing flood of drool, but I'll be nice.