This week’s issue of Weekly Famitsu has the scoop on Compile Heart/Idea Factory’s Fairy Fencer F, a new PS3 JRPG that will be published under their recently announced Galapagos brand, which games targetted specifically to JRPG fans. Famitsu’s feature on… Read More »
As part of Tokushima city’s Machi Asobi vol.10 event (from May 3 to 5), yesterday JRPG developer Gust hosted a special talk show where they revealed the silhouette of a new central character in their forthcoming PS3 title Atelier Escha… Read More »
“Simple but stylish”. That appears to be the motto JRPG developer Gust is taking with the animated opening intro to their next PS3 title, Atelier Escha & Logy (エスカ＆ロジーのアトリエ～黄昏の空の錬金術士～), which they have streamed on the Web today.
Officially, Neptune is the main protagonist and star of the Hyperdimension Neptunia JRPG series. At least, that’s what the design documents over at Compile Heart, the games’ developer, say.
The first full-fledged PV for Summon Night 5, from developer Felistella (the folks behind Record of Agarest War: Marriage), has been posted on the Web, courtesy of Famitsu.com
In this week’s issue of Dengeki PlayStation magazine, Gust is teasing fans with a silhouette of a female character who’s wearing a miniskirt and holding in her right hand a magical cane; she could very well be the star of… Read More »
Meltlilith (voiced by Saori Hayami) is the last of three Sakura Matou lookalikes to be introduced in Type-Moon and Imageepoch’s forthcoming PSP JRPG Fate/Extra CCC, and in terms of personality she is the exact opposite of Passionlip the pacifist.
Imageepoch and Type-Moon’s PSP JRPG Fate/Extra CCC is not quite done yet. The game was originally scheduled to come out in February, but recently delayed to March 28 for “quality reasons”. But the delay really only applies to the game… Read More »
“I won’t fight. I hope you’ll do the same too,” Passionlip says in a coy, slightly uncertain voice at the start of Fate/Extra CCC‘s 7th character-introduction short movie.
And so, the slow drip of info for Square Enix’s highly-anticipated (or not-so-highly-anticipated) PS3 and X360 RPG Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, begins.