Today Senran Kagura Producer Kenichiro Takaki appeared during a livestream on Nico Nico hosted by the Japanese magazine Famitsu, teasing a new and yet untitled Senran Kagura game.
Takaki-san hinted that the reveal will happen on next week’s issue of Weekly Famitsu, and showcased a fetching picture of Senran Kagura character Yagyu, wearing a bikini and holding what appears to be some sort of water gun.
Norse strategy role-player Banner Saga 2 is now available on iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
The mobile version launched last night on the App Store and Google Play priced at £3.99/£4.59 and weighs in at 3.3GB.
Today Gust showcased a sizable batch of gameplay footage of its upcoming JRPG Atelier Firis: Alchemist of the Mysterious Journey, that will release in Japan on November 2nd for PS4 and PS Vita.
You can check out the footage in the video below at the 11 minute mark, at the 28 minute mark, and at the 47 minute mark, showcasing cutscenes, alchemy, battle and more in the trademark adorable art style that characterizes the Atelier series.
inXile has announced Wasteland 3.
The party-based post-apocalyptic role-playing game sequel is set for launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at the same time as PC, Mac and Linux.
Rare releases the fourth ‘Short Haul’ trailer in a series of Sea of Thieves developer diaries, this time focusing on visual effects like cannon explosions.
Today Rare delivered the fourth Sea of Thieves trailer in a series that has been dubbed “Short Hauls,” or short developer diaries that describe aspects of the game’s experience. Rare sees fit to design philosophy and goals in these Short Hauls, hoping to give potential players some perspective on what kind of game Sea of Thieves is shaping up to be. “Visual Effects” is the topic of this latest Short Haul trailer, or how Rare’s focus on the details will better create a true pirate adventure.
Super Mega Baseball 2, the sequel to surprise hit Super Mega Baseball, has been announced for a 2017 release on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
This sequel will add throngs of new features, like online multiplayer (both co-op and competitive), revamped graphics, and league customisation. You can choose the number of teams in your league and design their logos, uniforms, and even customise individual players.
The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu included an article on the upcoming PlayStation VR exclusive Summer Lesson, that will be released in Japan on October 13th.
The article included quite a few screenshots, mostly focusing on the lovely Hikari, but also showcasing the cafe where we’ll be able to organize our lessons and check out Hikari’s progress.
Enjoy the screenshots in the gallery below, keeping in mind that they’re magazine scans, so the quality isn’t 100% perfect.