Atlus and Vanillaware are collaborating to release a PlayStation exclusive game called Odin’s Sphere: Leifthrasir. The game is releasing for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in Japan early next year.
This is being coined as a remake of the original Odin’s Sphere rather than a remaster, with revised gameplay and new gameplay features to make a fresh experience. A western release for the game has not yet been confirmed, though that information could be coming within the next few months. Check out a trailer for the game directly below.
Square Enix has released a lengthy six-minute trailer for the upcoming release of Dragon Quest VIII 3DS, which looks as good as anyone could expect.
The trailer shows off the game’s fantastic art style and world, as well as displaying the game’s lovable and charming cast of characters. While the game is set to release in Japan on August 27th, the game is not confirmed for release in the west just yet. Check out the new trailer below.
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We all know that Bethesda’s Fallout 4 is going to be absolutely huge, but new information coming out regarding it really starting to show just how huge. The dev’s Todd Howard told the Telegraph that, “The voice actors have been recording for 2 years, they’ve each done over 13,000 lines of dialogue.”
He also goes on to say that the gender of your character will dictate how certain events unfold in the game:
“We were lucky to find two great voice actors, and it’s interesting because she may read things or act things differently than he does. So scenes play out differently depending on whether you are playing the game as male or female.”
Fallout 4 is developed and published by Bethesda for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC and is set to launch on November 10th, 2015.
Dragon Age: Inquisition released for both current generation and last generation consoles last year and had been receiving DLC for both, but now that is coming to an end.
BioWare released an official blog post on their site where they revealed that the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Dragon Age: Inquisition will no longer be supported with DLC. However, to help those who had been playing on those versions of the game they have made a Save Importer feature which will migrate all of your progress over to the current generation versions of the game. You just gotta… you know… drop more cash.
You can click right here to see the blog post and instructions for importing your old saves to the new consoles. As for how easily and well this system will work is anyone’s guess, though it is kind of crappy to just ditch people who purchased the last generation versions of the game and basically say to them, “buy the new one and you’ll be all set!” Seriously, BioWare?
Though the Dragon Quest series has recently taken the plunge into MMO territory with Dragon Quest X, Dragon Quest XI will not be following suit.
According to series creator Yuji Horii, the game is currently in development for home consoles. While he doesn’t specify what platforms the game is headed for, the series has lately been most synonymous with Nintendo.
However, all previous Dragon Quest games have been on Nintendo handhelds, so the fact that Dragon Quest XI is being developed for home consoles could signal a shift in publishers. It could be very possible that the game could come out for the Wii U or even Nintendo’s upcoming NX console, but we’ll just have to wait for more information.
We’ve known for a while now that Dragon Quest VII and VIII are being remade for the 3DS in Japan, but have heard no news regarding whether or not the games would be localized.
However, though there still isn’t an official announcement, the word in the herd is that Dragon Quest creator Yuji Horii already has localizations in the works. French fan site Final Fantasy Ring published an interview with Horii, though later on they reported that he implied that both games would be released in French.
If this information does end up being true, then it seems very likely that it would receive the same treatment elsewhere. An announcement apparently wasn’t planned, though I wouldn’t be surprised to hear something regarding these game’s at the next big gaming event.
Well, that was quick. After wrapping up production on Mega Man spiritual successor Mighty No. 9, the creator is back on Kickstarter to begin production on a spiritual successor to Mega Man Legends called Red Ash.
This was announced today at the Anime Expo in Los Angeles, where they announced that they are looking to raise $800,000 to get the project going. However, there is also a second campaign where $150,000 is being asked for to produce an animated film containing the same world and characters.
As for what we can expect the game to be like, Comcept says that the game will be a third-person action adventure game with shooter and RPG elements. You can check out the game’s Kickstarter campaign by clicking right here to see more and consider pledging. The game is currently sitting at the $245,000 mark with 28 days left to go.