Thanks to an Amazon Listing we know when to expect PQube's limited edition version of Steins;Gate on PS Vita. If you've been holding out for it you don't have much longer to wait, because it's set to launch on January 19 for $39.99. More after the jump.
Maybe a little bit of a spoiler here, so you might not read this if you don't want to know anything about Steins;Gate Zero. Well, the Amadeus memory back-up of Kurisu Makise took over the Twitter feed of the Science Adventure series (S;G, Chaos;Head, Robitics;Notes,Chaos;Child) to talks gift exchanges and wish all a happy holiday.
First, happy birthday to Rintarō Okabe, who turns 24 on December 14, 2015. His latest game, Steins;Gate 0 sold 100,000 copies on the day of its December 10 release, with over-all Steins;Gate now topping 1 million copies. To celebrate, last week, original character designer and series illustrator Huke posted some celebration art. Get a look after the jump.
5pb. recently counted down to something mysterious related to Steins;Gate 0, and now that it's over we have a new trailer for the upcoming adventure game. Dig into the promo after the jump.
If you fancy a look at some of the dialogue scenes in Steins;Gate 0, 5pb. shared a couple of Kurisu Makise-focused gameplay videos. First up is "An Encounter with Kurisu's Memories," which, as the name implies, has the player confronting Kurisu's memories. Hit the jump for that and another Kurisu video.
Last time we heard from Steins;Gate 0 was when it got delayed from November 19 to December 10 in Japan. With some extra time to hype it up, 5pb. released a new "Sealed Kyouma Hououin" trailer, showcasing some of the visual novel's gameplay.
Steins;Gate 0 is going to launch in Japan a little later than initially planned. Previously set for November 19, the next game in the series will now hit PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita on December 10. Hit the jump for more.
5pb. Games shared a new trailer for Steins;Gate 0, offering a quick introduction to the Kurisu Makise AI within the Amadeus system. Meet the artificial version of Kurisu in the 45-second promo after the jump.