There's always a bunch of cool new figures to gawk at during WonderFest, and the 2015 event was no different. One of the figures spotted in the wild was a Nendoroid Mega Man. There's currently no release window, but you can see him along with some similarly delightful debuts after the jump.
A couple days ago we posted about the Japanese home console release plans for Shining series fighter Blade Arcus from Shining EX. It's coming to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 on November 26, and now we have a better look at the Tony's Premium Fan Box limited edition and its extras. Hit the jump for more.
Media Blasters kicked off the weekend by updating the English dub cast for the Ladies versus Butlers! anime. In addition to an earlier announcement of Daniel J. Edwards as Akiharu Hino, the dub will feature Brittany Lauda as Kaoru Daichi and Amber Lee Connors as Tomomi Saikyou. Hit the jump for more.
Hot on the heels of the initial Japanese announcement, Atlus USA revealed plans to bring HD remake Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita in the Americas. The release will be both physical and digital, and it's currently set for sometime in 2016. Hit the jump for a trailer and more.
Super Robot Wars BX is coming to Nintendo 3DS in Japan on August 20, and Bandai Namco is here with a second trailer that previews 14 minutes of footage. See the latest previews in Song Selection Version and Original Music Version form after the jump.
If you've been holding out for the PS Vita version of Resident Evil Revelations 2, your wait is almost over. Sony's Third Party Production team announced an August 18 digital release for North America and Europe, with the Firma Studio port to be priced at $39.99. Hit the jump for more.
Compile Heart's latest monster girls-loaded adventure, Moero Crystal, is coming to PS Vita in Japan on September 25. You can see the girls in question—who join protagonist Zenox on his "journey to seek bras"—in the opening movie after the jump.
Anyone looking forward to trying out the Street Fighter V beta that kicked off yesterday was most likely treated to more than a handful of connectivity issues. The beta launch didn't go so smoothly, to say the least, prompting Capcom to initiate a period of extended maintenance. Hit the jump for more.
Last week we saw Daryun fighting off enemies in The Heroic Legend of Arslan Musou, and now it's Gieve's turn. Watch Gieve strum away at the encroaching hordes after the jump.
Folks in the west hoping to get a chance to play Pokémon arcade fighter Pokkén Tournament can look forward to an upcoming test run at Dave & Busters. The restaurant/arcade chain's Senior Vice President of Entertainment and Game Strategy, Kevin Bachus, recently participated in a Reddit AMA, revealing plans to work with Bandai Namco on adding the title for testing purposes. More after the jump.
Marvelous will be releasing Net High—a PS Vita adventure game that has players sussing out lies on the Internet and engaging in explosive Flame Wars—in Japan on November 26, but you can see the opening movie now after the jump.
Atlus set a concrete North American release date for Persona 4: Dancing All Night. The PS Vita rhythm game hits retail and digital on September 29, and a couple new character trailers arrived to join in on the celebration. Hit the jump for more.
Last month we got a peek at protagonist Rio, an original character designed by Tokyo Ghoul's Sui Ishida for the upcoming Tokyo Ghoul: Jail game. Bandai Namco now has a release date for the adventure game, which is set to launch on PS Vita in Japan on October 1.
Despite all the mess behind the scenes—including the recent removal of the Kojima Productions logo from the box art—Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is getting closer and closer to launch. Hideo Kojima unveiled the final Japanese poster for the hotly-anticipated game, showcasing Snake and Quiet absolutely drenched in blood. See the full image after the jump.
Viz Media recently had comic author Faith Erin Hicks (Demonology 101, the upcoming The Nameless City trilogy) in its offices, offering up an opportunity for the creator to show off some of her favorite Viz manga. Hicks's picks include Fullmetal Alchemist, a healthy dose of Naoki Urasawa, and more. See what made the cut in the video after the jump.