Fire Emblem’s greatest heroes get their Musou on when Fire Emblem Warriors for Nintendo Switch launches October 20. It’s the latest step in Koei Tecmo’s plan to make everything Dynasty Warriors. It’s a good plan.
This August, Koei Tecmo is opening a restaurant in Tokyo’s Ikebukuro. It’s called, wait for it, Koei Tecmo Cafe and Dining. Clever!
Fire Emblem Warriors is an upcoming hack and slash game featuring heroes from the popular strategy games. Staff writer Heather Alexandra and Kotaku editor in chief Stephen Totilo sat down with Masahiro Higuchi from Intelligent Systems and Yosuke Hayashi from Koei Tecmo to talk about the game and whether or not it will…
For the first time in the long-running series, Dynasty Warriors will be an open world game.
Meet “VR Sense.” This is a Koei Tecmo’s dedicated VR arcade cabinet. It won’t only have VR headsets, but is equipped to respond to all five senses, including smell and touch.
After tossing together several successful all-star Dynasty Warriors-type games based on other people’s properties like Dragon Quest Heroes and Hyrule Warriors, Tecmo Koei gives its own famous characters a shot a killing many things at the same time in Musuo Stars.
The Musou title that Koei Tecmo was teasing last week has been revealed. It’s Berserk Musou and is slated for release this year in Japan. The game is slated for the PS Vita, the PS3 and the PS4. No word yet about an international release.
Gamers have spent the past several months arguing over whether Dead or Alive’s third bikini-clad vacation simulator deserves a Western release. That’s a lot of time and energy wasted on the worst game in the series.
Spirit sharks and Shiba Inu puppies aside, Team Ninja’s Nioh continues to give off strong Dark Souls vibes, right down to the more polite “Ready To Die?” tagline in the trailer. We’ll see if that vibe holds when the week-long PlayStation 4 alpha demo kicks off later this month.
Ni-Oh! has been development for over a decade, but if this gameplay is any indication, it’s gonna be worth the wait.
One of the very few Xbox One logos at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. Photo by Toshi Nakamura.
Because, of course it will. Though, don’t hold your breath just yet for a Western release.
Announced last week, Koei Tecmo is making an Attack on Titan game. It’s being developed by Omega-Force, the developers of all the Dynasty Warriors games. But it won’t be a Warriors game. And they want you to know that.
It looks like a Warriors game, but the other way around; you’re one of hundreds of peons against an unstoppable force – a titan, as it were.
Surprise! The thing absolutely nobody was expecting happened: some Dead or Alive players on PC have modded the latest game so they can play with naked characters. NSFW content ahead.
There has been a distinct lack of sci-fi song-based turn-based role-playing games being streamed live here at Kotaku. Let's fix that with a little Ar Nosurge: Ode to An Unborn Star. (All done!)