Japan’s latest open-world JRPG has a ridiculous title.
This is Summer-Colored High School: Adolescent Record. As previously mentioned, it's an open-world game for the PS3 and PS4. In it, players explore the island, go fishing, fall in-love, and escape from the cops after taking lewd photos.
One of the best games I played at this year's Tokyo Game Show was Earth Defense Force 4. I'm eagerly looking forward to the game's release—from what I played, it seemed really cool! Here's the latest trailer.
I've always liked Earth Defense Force—or rather, the idea of Earth Defense Force. I love running around Japanese cities, shooting giant insects. But, who doesn't?
In Earth Defense Force, you save the globe by blowing up huge bugs and big robots, which lay waste to Japanese urban environments.
Onechanbara might not be a computer game, but that's not stopping it from getting a boob mousepad.
Is it? Zombie-killing-cowgirl game Onechanbara Z Kagura, not known for being subtle, now has official box art. The game is rated 18-and-up in Japan. And the box art?
The bar is high. There's already Senran Kagura, a game about ninjas with big boobs, made explicitly to show jiggling jigglies in 3D. So far, that's the watermark. Enter a new challenger.
Dream Club Zero doesn't beat around the bush. It is what it is. And what it is a bar hostess girl simulator game that lets you drink virtual booze, chat up hostesses, and have them sing you songs.
Dream Club, the bar hostess simulator, allows players to virtually get drunk. Whoever sculpted this android girl Airi statue must have been totally blotto.
It is also a sculpture of a sofa. It's really a two-for-one deal if you think about it!
Raise your glasses, because that boozing-and-bar girl game Dream Club is making the leap from the Xbox 360 to the PSP.
Those hack-and-slash Onechanbara video games have been made into motion pictures that, like the games, mix violence and titillation. A spin-off Chanbara movie goes straight to the titillation.
Japan's D3 Puplisher, sorry, Publisher released its bar girl hostess simulator Dream Club in Japan last August. Since then, people on the Japanese internet are claiming that blond pigtailed character Mian has changed, it seems.
Japanese game company D3 Publisher chalked up one of the most embarrassing misspellings of 2009: That of the company's own name, D3 Publisher, in a game trailer. There is a reason for that, says the company.
It's a mystery, but not! The released art for PSP game Misshitsu Sacrifice from Japanese publisher D3 appears to have forgotten things — namely, underpants.
Like most exclusive Japanese Xbox 360 games, Dream Club looks set to make the jump to the PlayStation platform. In a recent interview, the game's producer stated:
D3Publisher announced an aggressive push into kid-friendly games this morning with two announcements: First, the publisher has entered into an agreement with Universal Pictures to release video games based on the upcoming animated film Coraline, an adaptation of the gothic fairytale novella by Neil Gaiman. The Coraline…
I stopped by D3Publisher's hotel suite yesterday to check out some of their stuff. I hadn't heard much about Bangai-O Spirits (remember, Dreamcast fans?) which has been out in Japan since March and is hitting here sometime in the fourth quarter, but that's because I generally don't follow shooters.