Originally scheduled for May 29, SoniPro—AKA Super Sonico in Production—was pushed back to July 31, and its debut on Nintendo 3DS is almost upon us. Since Japanese players will be able to get their hands on it this Thursday, we have an extended look after the jump.
Are you looking forward to the western release of htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary? Would you be looking forward to it even more if it were coming to retail instead of digital-only? That's basically what NIS America wondered on its Facebook page when asking, "Would a physical release of htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary brighten your day?" Hit the jump for more.
Microsoft announced its next batch of free titles for the Games with Gold program, and Panzer Dragoon spiritual successor Crimson Dragon tops the August offerings on Xbox One. Read on for more.
The One Piece: Grand Battle series is making a comeback with the recently announced One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X for Nintendo 3DS. Following up on yesterday's story about the game's teaser site opening, we have a closer look at four action-packed screenshots after the jump.
The latest addition to this year's New York Comic Con is a big one, with Death Note artist Takeshi Obata joining in on panels and autograph sessions on Thursday and Friday during the convention. Obata will be appearing at the con with the support of Viz Media and the Japan Foundation. Read on for more.
The Mysterious Murasame Castle was originally released for Nintendo's Famicom Disk System in 1986, but it's just now making its way to North America. Nintendo announced the game during San Diego Comic-Con, and will be bringing it to the 3DS Virtual Console on August 7. More on that and its Super Smash Bros. appearance after the jump.
Bandai Namco Games is still building up hype for the September western release of Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution, and the latest batch of screens is here with a focus on Sakura Haruno and Kakashi Hatake. Hit the jump for more.
THIS IS 100% REAL, the guys at Mega64 remind us, as they go wild for a live-action Dragon Ball Z film trailer. Technically they're not wrong, since FUNimation asked them to make their own trailer to help promote their release of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, and you can see the totally, seriously FUNi-approved results after the jump.
The Pokémon Company International is prepping for the 2014 Pokémon World Championships event with a newly launched site, as well as a full schedule of live-streamed video game and TCG competition. Hit the jump for that and more.
Onechanbara Z2: Chaos is bringing another round of scantily-clad zombie-fighting action to Japan on October 30, just in time to play it on Halloween. This one's coming to PlayStation 4 with four playable characters, a new Cross Merge Combination attack system, and boss battle Quick Time Kills, some of which you can see in the batch of screens after the jump.
Following up on Hey Ice King! Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?! and Explore the Dungeon Because I Don't Know!, the next Adventure Time game from WayForward clearly isn't ashamed to display its influences loud and proud. See its The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past style in the trailer after the jump.
A few days ago the next One Piece game, One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X, was revealed in the pages of Jump, promising four-player alliance battle action on Nintendo 3DS. It's due out this winter, and Bandai Namco Games launched a teaser site to get the ball rolling. More after the jump.
Originally set for a November 6 launch on Nintendo 3DS, The Prince of Tennis II: Go to the Top has hit a bit of a delay. The revised release window has the romance adventure coming to Nintendo's portable in Japan next spring. Read on for more.
Another of the three most recent additions to Hyrule Warriors (Zelda Musou) is on display this week with a look at Darunia from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Watch the Goron in action after the jump.
FUNimation is unleashing the Bayonetta: Bloody Fate anime film—directed by Afro Samurai's Fuminori Kizaki—in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack on October 21. An English trailer was shown during Nintendo's Comic-Con stream, so you can see how the feature's dub is shaping up after the jump.