We have a surprising amount of stuff to get through today thanks to Nintendo's last-minute Direct Mini presentation, including the reveal of The World Ends With You Final Remix. Read on for more.
This week's batch of DLC for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call includes a couple tracks from Square Enix's 2007 Nintendo DS action-RPG The World Ends with You. "Twister" (BMS) and "Calling" (FMS) from TWEWY join the rest of the new songs, which you can see after the jump.
It may not be the continuation everyone was hoping for, but for better or worse there's going to be more The World Ends With You in Japan soon. GREE mobile game The World Ends With You Live Remix is scheduled for a winter release, and you can check out some screens of the social RPG after the jump.
Even when it was just a leak pointing toward The World Ends With You on iOS, some folks were quick to reassure us that this might not be all on the horizon for the fan-favorite game, which debuted on Nintendo DS in 2007. A secret ending scene from the Solo Remix iOS port seems to back that up. Read on for more!
This week started with a countdown to something The World Ends with You related and ended with a video of the new iOS port, so what better theme to have for our weekly news recap? Tell us all about your love (or even hate?) for Square Enix's quirky Shibuya-set DS game in the comments after the jump!
The World Ends With You - Solo Remix changes up the combat system, adds HD art and more to offer some incentive for players to revisit Shibuya with Neku and co. Take a look at the game in action after the jump!
A few days ago Square Enix unveiled a teaser site counting down to something related to The World Ends With You, a fan favorite released for Nintendo DS in 2007. Well, if Square Enix's earlier leaks are any indication, it looks like we'll be getting a port of the game on iOS. More after the jump!