April 4th was the first day of location testing for Gunslinger Stratos, the upcoming third-person shooter arcade game from Square Enix and By King. Hit the break to see how our play sessions went!
Gust revealed the latest Atelier game Project A14 as Atelier Ayesha, but the website that went up is still just teasing. Hit the jump for more info!
An eerie videogame teaser site appeared a while back with a few hints: Capcom, Bandai Namco, Sega, 3DS. Banpresto is involved as well. The opening animation seemed to show someone accessing a morgue, maybe, but after the latest update, we see it's more like a genetics lab. Hit the jump to see if you can solve the chromosome puzzle!
Daigo Umehara won his first world championship at age 17, and now he's authored a book telling his story from beginning to present day, including his philosophy for How to Keep Winning. Hit the break for details!
Don't get tooooo excited because we have zero details as of yet, but Bandai Namco will be doing some kind of game related to Eureka Seven: AO. This was announced at a press event for the upcoming anime held yesterday (in Japan). Check out the teaser site after the break!
You might remember when we experimented with pigeon romance last summer in the Japanese version of Hatoful Boyfriend, but now English speakers can soar to the heights of human x avian ecstasy (or something) in "the OFFICIAL English language edition." Screens past the break!
This week the reader poll in Famitsu asked what game creator you would most like to challenge the task of movie direction. See if any of the results surprise you after the break!
Kids 16 and under in South Korea are already banned from playing online games (including Xbox LIVE starting this month) between the hours of midnight and 6 AM, but a newly proposed law aims to restrict total gaming time to four hours per day. Read more past the break!
During that whole Qwikster moment that happened last September/October where Netflix almost became two separate companies, it was announced that they would begin renting videogames as well as DVDs. That no longer appears to be the case. Details after the jump!
Many people on both sides of the ocean have the impression that Japanese gamers are not into Western games. Bump the jump to see why Japanese gamers themselves think that might be, or whether they do indeed think that at all!
Bear with us on this, but there are some peeps in Japan getting excited about a possible connection between Noizi Ito and Nippon Ichi Software that seems to indicate she might be doing character designs for the upcoming, as of yet untitled, game they teased this week. Hop this break to explore the clues!