Capcom Japan hopped on Facebook to apologize for missing the planned 2014 beta test for Deep Down on PlayStation 4, promising to make up for it and meet fan expectations in the new year. In the meantime, Capcom shared a couple new screenshots showing off the Green Dungeon. See those along with a couple others after the jump.
To Love-Ru is getting a new PS Vita game in the form of the recently announced To Love-Ru Trouble Darkness: True Princess. The latest game follows the previously released Battle Ecstasy with some love simulation fun in 2015. Now there's a teaser trailer, and you can hit the jump for more.
If the Final Fantasy XV Jump Festa 2015 footage wasn't enough, Square Enix has a nice collection of screenshots from the event. You can see characters like the mechanic Cindy, world exploration, and more in the screens after the jump.
Japanese Wii U players have a date with the sequel to Mega Man Zero. Rockman Zero 2 is officially coming to the Wii U Virtual Console in the region on January 7, 2015, and will be priced at ¥702 (about $6). More after the jump.
We recently saw a video preview of Final Fantasy Legends: The Space-Time Crystal, and now it's time to get an early peek at another smartphone game, Mevius Final Fantasy. The recently-revealed game promises a level of quality that will rival that of a numbered installment, featuring some of the franchise's mainline staff on deck. Hit the jump for some fresh images.
According to the February 2015 issue of Shogakukan's Bessatsu CoroCoro Comic magazine, there's more Joker anime on the way. The series based on Hideyasu Takahashi's Kaitou Joker (Mysterious Joker) manga is getting a second season, currently slated for April 2015. More after the jump.
There's another console to watch your favorite shows on now thanks to the arrival of Crunchyroll on Wii U. The free app can be downloaded via the Nintendo eShop, and premium members can start digging in right away. More after the jump.
Kadokawa Games announced a Japanese release window for Kantai Collection Kai, which is now set to hit PS Vita in May 2015. There will also be a special PS Vita model available at the Sony Store in limited quantities.
A couple days ago we posted about the Japanese release date for Rodea the Sky Soldier, which was originally in the works as a Wii title. Now the latest from Yuji Naka (Sonic the Hedgehog, NiGHTS) and his studio Prope is coming to Wii U and Nintendo 3DS on April 2, 2015, and a new video is here to show off the Snowfield stage and more after the jump.
Idea Factory International recently confirmed plans to bring three of its RPG releases to PC via Steam. including Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sisters Generation (both originally on PS Vita), and Fairy Fencer F (PlayStation 3). Hit the jump for more.
Falcom and Kadokawa Games are bringing The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Evolution to PS Vita in Japan next year, complete with a fully-voiced script, an arranged soundtrack, redrawn character illustrations, and more. You can see a preview of the updated RPG in the debut trailer and a small batch of screens after the jump.
Sega previously released walkthrough gameplay videos showing off Yakuza 0's world and battle system. This week's is all about the ladies, as we take a look at collectible model Telephone Cards, calling women via the Telephone club, gambling on swimsuit-clad Cat Fights, and more. Hit the jump to watch.
Disaster Report, a survival action game originally released in Japan as Zettai Zetsumei Toshi back in 2002, went on to spawn some sequels, and there's more on the way now that the creator's studio Granzella has the worldwide rights. First up, though, is a return to the originals, which are coming to PSN as PlayStation 2 Classics in Japan. More after the jump.
Earlier this month One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X announced an update that adds amiibo compatibility, letting players dress the Straw Hats up as various Nintendo characters. See them in action in a third promo after the jump.
Acquire and GungHo Online Entertainment's smartphone puzzle-RPG Divine Gate is getting another crossover in Japan this week, with the characters of Fate/stay night joining in on the action starting December 26. Hit the jump for pics and more.