A special Assassination Classroom "episode 0," titled "Deai no Jikan" ("Meeting Time"), premiered last November in Japan as a Jump Special Anime Fest event anime (the series' second), and now it's coming to home video in the region. The anime's official website lists the episode as an extra for the first Blu-ray and DVD limited edition releases, due out on March 27. Hit the jump for more.
It's been a pretty good week for fan films. In addition to Joseph Kahn's POWER/RANGERS bootleg—which has since been removed from Vimeo thanks to Saban—there's also the pilot episode of Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope. Hit the jump for more.
Those with their fingers on the import trigger for Dragon Quest Heroes might want to take a step back. Square Enix announced plans to bring the PlayStation 4 version of the Musou-style action game to the west sometime this year. Read on for more.
Following numerous delays, Vocaloid rhythm game IA/VT -Colorful- is finally coming to PS Vita in Japan on June 25. Marvelous has some new details on the release, as well as a new gameplay video for the song "Inner Arts," which you can watch after the jump.
It may not be much, but this week's issue of Famitsu has a peek at Square Enix's upcoming Mevius Final Fantasy smartphone game. It's seriously just one screen, but it does offer a fleeting whiff of what producer Yoshinori Kitase and writer Kazushige Nojima are cooking. More after the jump.
I don't know that I love this dark and violent Power Rangers short film by Joseph Kahn (Torque, a bunch of commercials), but I'm glad it exists. It's a really well-made short produced by Adi Shankar (Dredd, The Punisher: Dirty Laundry), starring Dawson's Creek's James Van Der Beek and Battlestar Galactica's Katie Sackhoff, and you can watch it after the jump.
Developer Falcom (Ys, The Legend of Heroes) previously announced an action-RPG called Tokyo Xanadu, and now the platform has been determined. Tokyo Xanadu will launch on PS Vita in Japan sometime this year, with more details expected soon. Hit the jump for more.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is nearing its March 12 release in Japan, so Bandai Namco is here with an extensive seven-minute overview trailer. See a preview of the RPG's characters, locations, battle system, and more in the video after the jump.
Compile Heart has been all about countdowns lately, and one of their recent teaser sites resulted in a new game reveal. What started as a nine-panel puzzle countdown still has two days to go, but this week's issue of Dengeki PlayStation magazine has the scoop on Death Under the Labyrinth (MeiQ no Chika ni Shisu), a new title for PS Vita. Hit the jump for more.
Capcom released a new trailer for Street Figher V, revealing the return of Charlie Nash. You might notice something a bit different about the fighter in the video after the jump.
Last time we posted about the beefed-up DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition it was all about Vergil, but Capcom recently highlighted the release with another side-by-side comparison video. This time we get to compare the original speed to the newly-added Turbo Mode, which boosts the gameplay by 20% across the board. Hit the jump to watch.
Following up on the early magazine reveals from the past week, Bandai Namco officially announced Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butouden for Nintendo 3DS and launched a website. Hit the jump for pics and more.
We're not too far away from the release of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, which will come packing a voucher for the Final Fantasy XV: Episode Duscae demo. Square Enix recently busted out a hefty batch of screens for both, and you can see the latest after the jump.
The cast of Persona 4 is taking a break from intense dungeon-crawling action to hit the dance floor in Persona 4: Dancing All Night, due out on PS Vita in Japan this June. Now that the investigative work of P4 is over, Rise Kujikawa is resuming her work as an idol, and you can see some of the playable character's moves in the trailer after the jump.
Earlier this month we posted some of the differences between the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 versions of Dragon Quest Heroes, most of which are cosmetic. The Musou-style action runs at 60 frames per second on PS4, and features more monsters on screen in the big, hectic field battles. Compare the two in a pair of gameplay videos after the jump.