Two new versions of Final Fantasy XIII-2 are on their way to Japan in July. One is just an Ultimate Hits version at the discount price of ¥2,940 ($29), but the other packs all of the DLC content along with the game in one convenient package. More after the jump.
May 13, 2013 — Capcom, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today confirmed that Phoenix Wright™: Ace Attorney™ - Dual Destinies will be available to purchase digitally on Nintendo 3DS™ across Europe and North America in Fall 2013.
Good news, Phoenix Wright fans! Capcom has officially set a time frame for the western release of Ace Attorney 5, which will come to North America and Europe this fall as Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies. Read on for more.
Keiko Suenobu's Limit, currently published in North America by Vertical, tells a tale of schoolgirl survival in the mountains following a brutal bus crash. As previously reported, the manga is being adapted into a live-action drama set to kick off in Japan this July, and we now have a bunch of photos of the cast in costume. Have a look after the jump.
We're about a month out from the release of Naughty Dog's The Last of Us on PlayStation 3, so promotion is starting to kick into gear. Catch up with our lead survivors, Joel and Ellie, in the second TV spot after the jump.
I can handle Mega Man's anniversary, but it's crazy to think that Mega Man X is getting ready to celebrate 20 years since its release on Super Nintendo. The futuristic X is teaming up with his squatter, but older, brother in a commemorative silver statue, and will be at San Diego Comic-Con in July. Peep it past the jump.
Yacht Club Games had an exceedingly successful Kickstarter experience with Shovel Knight. The NES-style platformer that pulls inspiration from Mega Man, Castlevania, and even Dark Souls, managed to raise over $300,000 by the end of its crowd-funding, and now we can take a look at the full boss roster. Check 'em out past the break.
Hey, it's Mother's Day! Or, rather, it's almost not Mother's Day at this point, but you get the idea. It's the day to celebrate all mothers, mother-like figures included, and we'll even accept someone as diabolical as Mother Brain! While you mull that over, have a look at our weekly news recap after the jump.
Remember the Mega Man X first-person shooter that almost was? Last month we posted about the canned project, which was in the proof-of-concept stages at Armature Studio, home to some of the developers behind the Metroid Prime series. We may never get to play Maverick Hunter, but we can still take another look at what could have been after the jump.
Released on PlayStation in 2000, Yasumi Matsuno's Vagrant Story remains an interesting piece of Square's history. Starting this week, its unique style is on display at the Square Enix cafe that was previously home to a Final Fantasy VIII art exhibit in April. More after the jump!
Chances are high that most of you played Super Mario Bros. 2 at some point, but that hasn't stopped anyone from revisiting it countless times over the years. Now another chance is on its way, as the 1988 classic is coming to Wii U Virtual Console next week. More after the jump.
Fans of classic tokusatsu (special effects) television have something new to look forward to on the domestic front. Shout! Factory officially opened pre-orders for Ultra Q, the 1966 show that kicked off the Ultra series prior to Ultraman. More after the jump.
You thought they were done. Or maybe you knew they weren't? Either way, the Did You Know Gaming? video series is back with a third installment of Super Smash Bros. fun facts. See how obscure things get after the jump.
One of the great things about Keiji Inafune's Soul Sacrifice is that it's being supported with a bunch of free DLC post-launch. Among the DLC are a handful of new bosses, such as the previously revealed Ghost and Ouroboros. Now we have two more trailers that introducer the Basilisk and Troll boss DLC. Check 'em out after the jump.
I have a feeling my Wii U might get more use if I busted out the slick upcoming Famicom faceplate. The red and gold aluminum add-on is modeled to look like Nintendo's classic home console, and is due out in Japan at the end of July for ¥1,980 (about $20). Have a look after the jump.