Compile Heart is bringing its second Galapagos RPG, Omega Quintet, to PlayStation 4 in Japan on October 2. Those wanting a refresher course can see the various features and systems of the idol RPG in the summary trailer after the jump.
Just because Super Smash Bros. is out on Nintendo 3DS in Japan doesn't mean director Masahiro Sakurai is done with his Pic of the Day routine on Miiverse. One of his recent posts showcased the return of the Castle Siege stage from Fire Emblem, with the Wii U version getting the spotlight after the jump.
What do you get when you mix free-running, moving trains, and video game-inspired backdrops? You get a truly memorable parkour showcase, with Jason Paul leaping and flipping his way through an "Arcade Run" that looks like an absolute blast. Hit the jump to watch.
While we currently don't have much to go on release-wise for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain other than "2015," you can enjoy pining for it further with the 20+ minute gameplay video after the jump.
Bandai Namco has some speedy plans for Tales of Zestiria, and they're aiming to make it the fastest localization yet. The next RPG in the series launches in Japan on January 22, and a recent IGN preview reveals that the North American and European release should be here by next summer. Video after the jump.
A few days ago we posted about the classic arcade games that will find a home in the in-game arcades of Yakuza 0. The PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4 prequel has been previewed further throughout this week's Tokyo Game Show, and you can see some of the stage being set in bubble economy-era Japan after the jump.
Anyone in Europe who's found themselves a bit green with envy over the North American release of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax can rest easy. The fighting game sequel will make its way to the region in November, with Sega handling publisher duties. Hit the jump for more.
While those of us in the west live in a cruel world with little to no Phantasy Star love sent our way, Japan has more to look forward to in November. For another dose of developer tri-Ace's Phantasy Star Nova, look no further than the Tokyo Game Show trailer after the jump.
Atlus delivered a handful of new English trailers for Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, which hits Nintendo 3DS in North America on November 25. Explore the story trailer along with character trailers for Akihiko Sanada and Chie Satonaka after the jump.
Another preview out of this week's Tokyo Game Show event has Final Fantasy Explorers showing off its various features, from Jobs to summons, Legend Characters, and more. See the latest peek at the 3DS action-RPG after the jump.
Square Enix has had no shortage of Final Fantasy related news throughout Tokyo Game Show, and another recent announcement has Final Fantasy Agito coming to PS Vita as Final Fantasy Agito+. The Vita port of the smartphone game is set to hit Japan on January 15, 2015. Teaser and more after the jump.
Publisher XSEED Games announced some release details for PS Vita brawler Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus. The next localized ninja action game hits Sony's portable in North America and Europe on October 14 and 15, respectively. Hit the jump for the latest trailer.
During a Tokyo Game Show livestream, Nippon Ichi Software announced that Disgaea 5 will make its way to PlayStation 4 in Japan on March 26, 2015. The demo that's currently playable at TGS will be available in the Japanese PlayStation Store sometime next month, and you can see the latest preview in the trailer after the jump.
The latest project from Deadly Premonition designer Hidetaka "Swery65" Suehiro is right around the corner, with D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die set to launch on Xbox One tomorrow. Access Games made the announcement on Xbox Wire, where you can read a full interview about the mystery adventure. Hit the jump for the launch trailer.
Final Fantasy VII G-Bike is bringing the Gold Saucer mini-game to iOS and Android, and Square Enix is previewing more of the obstacle-dodging action in a special Tokyo Game Show 2014 trailer after the jump.