Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir is looking to bring back the original awesome game in a brand new way, but Atlus is also doing something to make the package even more special.
The remake is getting a collector’s edition that Atlus is calling the “Storybook Edition” that costs $79.99. This particular edition will only be available for the PlayStation 4 in the USA and includes a 64-page hardcover art book, a t-shirt, a metal slip case, an art print and gorgeous outer box.
For those who don’t have the money for the Storybook Edition fear not, as even the standard edition of the game comes with a softcover art book.
Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir will launch sometime in 2016 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.
Monster Hunter X will serve as a spinoff for the series, and now a gameplay demo has been made available on the Nintendo eShop. For those of you who would rather just watch gameplay footage rather than play it themselves, I’ve got you covered.
The demo is currently only available on the Japanese eShop, but that hasn’t stopped YouTuber Arekkz Gaming from getting in on the action. The demo allows you to pick from 3 monsters, 3 quests and 14 weapons. In this particular footage Arekkz is battling a Hororohoruru (say that 3 times fast).
An interesting fact about this demo is that it is only good for 30 plays, and after that it will be just disappear from your system. Thus, if you want to school the system you should just put your system on standby to avoid your play count from dropping. Hooray for loopholes!
Monster Hunter X will launch exclusively for the 3DS in Japan on November 28th, 2015, a release date has not been announced yet for the USA, but when it does I’ll let you know!
If you ask just about anyone they will tell you that the best game the PlayStation Vita has to offer is Persona 4 Golden, but for one reason or another a lot of people haven’t tried it out.
Well, now is as good of a time as any as a PSN sale is going on that has the game for just $9.90. This sale will last until December 1st at 3:00 PM, so you have some time to mull over getting it.
If you are interested, however, you can go to the game’s PSN page and buy it by clicking right here.
The Nintendo 3DS is getting a new RPG today called Stella Glow, and a new launch trailer has been released that shows off some magical and charming footage.
The aesthetic of Stella Glow is pretty standard for 3DS RPGs, with anime visuals and over-the-top characters and story. Still, the way it all comes together in this trailer is very cool and does make me want to give the game a shot at some point.
Stella Glow is available exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS now.
Atlus originally announced that Shin Megami Tensei IV Final was not a direct sequel to Shin Megami Tensei IV, and that people did not have to play the first game in order to jump into the new one.
This lead people to believe that the game might feature a brand new cast, though the developer has now revealed that that is not the case. Characters from the first games (Flynn, Jonathan, Walter, Isabeau) will all be appearing in the new game, with Isabeau even joining the new protagonists team.
Not only that, but if you happen to have a save file of Shin Megami Tensei IV on your 3DS you will unlock new items and equipment to be used in Shin Megami Tensei IV Final.
Shin Megami Tensei IV Final is set to launch on February 10, 2016 in Japan, though a release in the USA has not been confirmed yet.
Excellent news for tactical RPG fans, as the latest issue of Famitsu has revealed that the Valkyria Chronicles series is back with a bang. Not only is the first game being remastered for PlayStation 4 next year, but a brand new game in the series is also in the works.
Valkyria Chronicles Remastered will launch early next year in Japan with Trophy and DLC support, while also including a demo for the sequel called Valkyria: Azure Revolution. Why yes… my body IS ready!
Now we just need to remain hopeful that both games will get a release in the USA, but considering the series has a strong reputation I’m banking that they will. Then again, Valkyria Chronicles III never did make it over here, so who knows!
Xenoblade Chronicles X is right around the corner, and Nintendo has now released a new gameplay video showing off the mechs used in the game called Skells.
The video is pretty lengthy and definitely shows a lot of what’s in store for gamers. Skells are looking to shake things up a bit from the first game, as all combat was strictly on foot. However, it still looks like things control relatively similarly, with your commands recharging after using them.
Xenoblade Chronicles X launches exclusively for the Wii U on December 4th, 2015.