Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap is a nice-looking remake of Wonder Boy III that has the developers at LizardCube teaming up with series creator Ryuichi Nishizawa. Publisher DotEmu posted the first in a series of developer diaries, starting with a demo at Kyoto's BitSummit 4th back in July and featuring Nishizawa himself as he tries the latest take on his creation and even discusses the way he planned the original game.
Earlier this month we got a look at Studio 3Hz's original magical girl anime Flip Flappers in the form of a brief commercial. Now it's time for another full promo ahead of the series' October 6 premiere on Tokyo MX, AT-X, and Sun TV. Read on for more.
Last time we saw D3 Publisher's Idol Death Game TV was just a little over a month ago, so we're due for a new promo. Is this sinister competition to take the center spot in idol group Project 47 a "Dream of Dreams" or a Dream of DEATH? Obviously it's the latter, and you can decide whether or not any of these aspiring idols will make it through in the adventure game's latest promo after the jump.
We're less than a month away from the western release of Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls, so Idea Factory International has some more promotional material to keep the hype train rolling. First up, a look at the game's opening movie. Read on to peep that along with some battle screens.
Whether you're giving your enemies the business or just straight-up handling your own business, there are plenty of opportunities to throw that word around in the world of Yakuza. Sega is giving us another with the announcement of a special physical edition of Yakuza 0, appropriately called "The Business Edition." Read on for more.
Two more characters are set to make an appearance in World of Final Fantasy when it launches next month. According to this week's issue of Famitsu magazine, fans can look forward to running into both Tifa from Final Fantasy VII and Rydia from Final Fantasy IV. Read on for more.
Koei Tecmo revealed Musou☆Stars, a crossover Musou action game featuring characters from a bunch of very different series, earlier in September. That means we can look forward to plenty of playable character announcements in the months leading up to its 2017 launch on PS4 and PS Vita, starting with Millennia from Kagero: Deception II.
It's time to start the morning off a little nasty with some Berserk and the Band of the Hawk gameplay. The latest trailer from Koei Tecmo highlights another of the previously announced playable characters, Wyald, leader of the Black Dog Knights. Watch as he literally rolls through his enemies before transforming in the video after the jump.
Sentai Filmworks added one of the fall season's anticipated anime with the license of Uta no☆Prince-sama Legend Star. The fourth season is set for an October 2 broadcast premiere in Japan, and Sentai will be bringing it to select digital outlets soon, with a home video release to follow. Read on for more.
A new fighter will be joining the roster of the Dissidia Final Fantasy arcade game in Japan as part of a September 28 update, and this one hails from the cast of Final Fantasy Type-0. Square Enix shared a trailer showing a bit of Ace in action, so you can see how he plays after the jump.
Crunchyroll announced another fall 2016 simulcast show just now with the addition of Nyanbo!. The cute series kicks off today, September 26, at 3:15pm Pacific Time. Read on for more.
Ah, Zoids. The toy-based anime series lies somewhere in the periphery of the past for me among a large pile of shows I didn't actively watch, but it's no doubt a nostalgic franchise for many. Well buckle up, because Takara Tomy has something cooking, and they're letting the world know with a teaser website that points toward a new Zoids project in the not-too-distant future. Read on for more.
If you played Inti Creates' Azure Striker Gunvolt and thought, "Hey, this should be an anime," you're not alone. An OVA is on the way, with Yoshinori Odaka directing, Shigeru Murakoshi on scenario, and Masakazu Sunagawa on character design and animation supervision, along with cast members returning from the game. Read on for an English-subbed trailer.
Birmingham's EGX event was held September 22-25, and Sony had a PlayStation Access livestream to go along with the festivities. Final Fantasy XV was among the games showcased, with new footage showing Regalia customization, outfits, mini-games, and fishing, which ends up crashing the game prematurely. Despite that hiccup, there's plenty of footage to pore over if you can't wait for FFXV.
Utawarerumono: The Two Hakuoro launched in Japan on September 21, and with it came a flyer for the previously-delayed Dungeon Travelers 2-2: The Maiden Who Has Descended into Darkness and the Book of Beginnings. While there's still not a concrete release date, the flyer has it listed for a spring 2017 launch on PS Vita. Read on for more.