Tokyo-based Imageepoch made its name with role-playing games like Arc Rise Fantasia, Luminous Arc, and Last Ranker. This week, Imageepoch’s websites went offline, and no one can find company president Ryoei Mikage.
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.
PSP action RPG Black Rock Shooter is coming to the PlayStation Network on April 23 in the U.S. and April 24 in select European countries. Sorry, Canada and Mexico, licensing issues mean no release for you. We'll let you look over our shoulders.
Here's a new trailer for Sol Trigger an upcoming RPG that will be out in Japan this October. It's made by a bunch of big-name JRPG developers, and we'll probably never see it. Why? Because it's coming out for PSP, a system that is basically dead in the United States.
Rather, make that, "Sol". Dubbed Sol Trigger, this Japanese role-playing game is Imageepoch's upcoming title.
Lock and load, because popular original video anime Black Rock Shooter is getting a PSP title.
Imageepoch, the Japanese role-playing game developer known for the Arc Rise Fantasia series and the salacious Criminal Girls, is working on its first PS3 game. But, it's not only a PS3 game.
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.
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.