In the latest Dragon Quest X trailer, there's a train. It has several headlights and a curved shaft, and it looks like a train in another game. You can see it above.
There's a new Sakura Wars (yay!). It's a browser game (oh).
Sega's role-playing game series Sakura Wars is apparently getting a new game. Excited? Don't be.
Earlier this month, 56-year-old Sakura Wars co-creator Hiroji Oji was spotted staying over at 22-year-old AKB48 singer Sayaka Akimoto's residence. The scandal that ensued made the papers and the morning talk shows.
Hiroi Oji is noted for many things. Creating video games like Sega's Sakura Wars, penning manga and even writing musicals. He's what Japan calls a "hyper creator". But he's now being known for something else entirely.
Last Friday's NIS America press event started with President Haru Akenaga apologizing for the localization job on Ar Tonelico II and wrapped with the announcement of several new upcoming games.
Sega and Red Entertainment's popular Sakura Wars series has never seen release in North America, denying English-speaking fans of both tactical military action and dating sims an opportunity to experience the game. No more!