The next entry in the Star Ocean series isn't quite what some might expect from the long-running RPG franchise. Star Ocean: Material Trader mixes the SO universe and concocts a social-oriented brew for GREE centered on collecting cards, hunting for material, and taking on quests. More past the jump!
For a long time, Otome games were offering "doki doki" or exciting experiences with the male character in such games to female fans. It could be the effect of a heavily saturated market, but GREE Japan has decided to offer something new. An Otome game that could end with a BL ending. Say what? That's what I said. More after the jump.
In addition to Driland and this season's Leviathan, mobile social game-maker GREE has inspired an anime adaptation of Odoriko Clinoppe. In the game, you're the owner of a Clinoppe, an exotic creature discovered in India which fits in the palm of your hand. Get a look the bizarre anime adaptation after the the jump.
Japanese social gaming giant GREE has joined up with Yahoo Japan’s GyaO video portal to fund an investment in producing related anime and gaming content. The Future Content Partners venture, to be formally established in May, will receive 100 million yen in funding with an equal 50-50 ownership share between GREE and GyaO. More after the jump.
Lately, Square Enix has had a habit of hyping gamers with announcements, only to bring them back down to Earth by revealing the final product as social or mobile-only games. Why does Square Enix do this? The answer is a lot more obvious than you'd think--read on for more!
Japanese social mobile gaming giant GREE will expand development operations to North America with a new shop in Vancouver. Just about any Japanese pop media property you can think has probably been adapted into a social mobile game by GREE or Mobage. GREE's include the upcoming Naruto and Bleach, AKB48, Ikki Tousen and plenty more. Details after the jump.