In its latest Nintendo Direct online broadcast, the Kyoto-based gaming giant announced two games from Sega – Sonic: Lost World (Wii U and 3DS) as well as Mario & Sonic at the Sochi Winter Olympics (Wii U). Nintendo also announced… Read More »
The Nintendo Direct Web broadcast for Japan kicked off with a big announcement right off the bat: Sega’s Ryu ga Gotoku 1&2 HD, released last year for the PlayStation 3, is headed to the Wii U in the Japanese market…. Read More »
Capcom has uploaded a demo of its forthcoming 3DS courtroom text adventure game, Gyakuten Saiban 5 (also known as Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies in the West), on the Web.
The second case in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies, also known as Gyakuten Saiban 5 in Japan, will pit the game’s titular lawyer against his rival in the original series, prosecutor Miles Edgeworth, this week’s issue of… Read More »
Late last week we found out that the forthcoming Pokemon X and Y games will – for the first time – feature customizable protagonist looks, as well as the ability to mount certain Pokemon. We also learnt the specifics of… Read More »
Meet the new female protagonist of Nintendo’s upcoming Pokemon X and Y 3DS games. Well, okay, that’s not exactly accurate – most of you have already seen the female protagonist before. As a super-deformed 3D character model in the debut… Read More »
From 8-bit to live-action: 26 years after the Kunio-kun series first impressed Japanese gamers with its brand of 2D side-scrolling beat-em-up gameplay and heated high school drama storylines, the franchise is finally getting a live-action movie adaptation. Not that anyone… Read More »
Pokemon Tretta is an arcade title where players register a team of three Pokemon by slotting in chip-like “Tretta” collectibles before taking on AI opponents in the game. Winning at the end of a play session rewards the player with… Read More »
A new trailer for Gyakuten Saiban 5, the latest in Capcom’s popular “turnabout courtoom” adventure game series, has hit the Interwebs today.
Today the “Sega feat. Hatsune Miku Project” development team (don’t you miss the days when Sega used to call their development teams simpler names, like AM2?) put out the very first Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 gameplay video