A couple of PSP RPGs are coming to the west courtesty of Gaijinworks and Monkey Paw. Summon Night 5 and Class of Heroes 3 will be making their way over, with the former arriving sometime in 2015 and the latter currently without a release window. Read on for more.
Announced in this week's issue of Famitsu magazine, the Summon Night series is continuing on smartphones in the form of Summon Night: Memories. Preregistration for the iOS and Android game, described as a social simulation-RPG, opens in Japan on September 17. Read on for more.
It's fun to see how professional artists work, and a recent video featuring Summon Night 5 artist Takeshi Iitsuka is about as in-depth as one could wish. Watch as Iizuka draws the cover of the PSP RPG's bonus Official Design Collection art book after the jump.
After setting a date for Summon Night 5, the first new entry in the series since 2010's Summon Night: Granthese, Namco Bandai now has a new trailer that shows off some of the game's characters, cutscene animation, and more. Check it out after the jump!
When we last saw a trailer back in December, Summon Night 5 was set for a spring 2013 release on PSP in Japan. Namco Bandai has since narrowed that down, and the first new entry in the series since 2010's Summon Night: Granthese is officially slated for May 16. More after the jump.
After having helped revive previous Summon Night titles on PSP, it's time for developer Felistella to move on to the first new entry, Summon Night 5. Namco Bandai now has a Japanese release window for the RPG, which will make its debut in spring 2013. Check out a new teaser after the jump.
As we previously mentioned, Flight Plan and Banpresto's Summon Night RPG series is being revived on PSP with a pair of enhanced ports of Summon Night 3 and 4. A new trailer for the latter goes over the series' history, and even shows a tiny bit of the upcoming Summon Night 5. Check it out after the jump.
Flight Plan and Banpresto's Summon Night series of RPGs is coming back in a major way on PSP, with a pair of enhanced ports followed by a brand new game, Summon Night 5, all set to be published this year in Japan courtesy of Namco Bandai Games. Check out a couple clips past the break!