The action role-playing game series .hack//G.U. will be reborn as an HD remaster for the PlayStation 4 called .hack//G.U. Last Record.
Previously, Square Enix was working with external studio CyberConnect2 to develop Final Fantasy VII Remake. But now, Square Enix will be making the game in-house.
This year marks the last release of a Naruto Shippuden title. Developer CyberConnect2 has been making Naruto games since the PlayStation 2 era, but now that the Naruto manga is finished, they are ending their popular series of games.
Ever since seeing the intro to Final Fantasy VII remade in HD in that PS3 tech demo back in 2005, I've been silently, yet skeptically, hoping for an upgraded remake of the game. Well, it looks like the reality of such a remake may or may not hinge on Square Enix's upcoming mobile game.
Based on the manga series by Hirohiko Araki, Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle is basically a love letter to the series' multitude of fans.
After nearly a decade of playing Naruto video games, that annoying little jerk of a ninja unleashes his most powerful move yet — making me cry. God I hate him.
CyberConnect2 might be my favorite Japanese game developer. Not only is it the studio responsible for the Naruto: Ninja Storm fighting game franchise, the .hack role-playing games and the spectacular Little Tail Bronx series, its first stab at mobile gaming is a fresh new spin on the crowded endless runner genre.
Famed manga JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is once again bringing its colorful cast of characters and day-glo visual panache to the fighting game scene. Developed by CyberConnect2 and produced by Namco Bandai, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle unleashes manga-inspired attacks, such as running over people with cars.
According to leaks from the upcoming Jump magazine, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is headed to the Xbox 360 and PS3 next year in Japan. If this leak is true, expect more details (and images) once the issue is finally published.
In sports, not everyone can be winners. Some must come in second, or third place. Some must come in dead last. Some don't even do that.
It's been nearly ten years since Naruto made its animated debut in Japan. Over the past decade Studio Pierrot has told countless stories of the young ninja and his friends, introducing dozens of characters into the ever-expanding sage. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations attempts to cram all of that…
How appropriate that a game as bonkers as Asura's Wrath was mailed to me on a disc that only contained some chapters from its middle. Who cares how this game begins? It's not like it would suddenly make complete sense.
Now that CyberConnect2 has mastered the Naruto game on current-generation platforms, it's time to mix things up. Whiny child Naruto meets equally whiny teenage Naruto in 2012's Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations.
There's a guy named Asura, who you can control, sometimes with very few buttons. He's the star of Asura's Wrath, a new absurd action game. Asura keeps the world safe... from giant fingers and other divine threats.
Capcom's upcoming Asura's Wrath was one of the big surprises out of last year's Tokyo Game Show. So surprising, in fact, the world has been shocked into forgetting all about it ever since.
Sure, you've weathered plenty of ninja storms in your day, but are you prepared to face the Ultimate Ninja Storm... 2?
Maybe you'll eat a turkey sandwich. Perhaps, you'll drink a glass of carrot juice. You may even read watch television. The future is endless. The reveal for this countdown teaser is not.
CyberConnect2 is back with a follow-up to the gorgeous but shallow Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm, slapping on the Shippuden label and letting Xbox 360 owners in on the fun.