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Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy releases

Koei Tecmo have announced that Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy will be releasing January 29, 2021 in Europe, just under two months after its Japanese launch. Available alongside standard versions of the game is a Premium Box, featuring various goodies including an artbook and clear files. It’s priced at £79.99, and […]Read More

Ciel nosurge DX and Ar nosurge DX Japanese releases set

Koei Tecmo announced via Famitsu that the duo of remasters, Ciel nosurge DX and Ar nosurge DX, will be releasing in Japan on PS4, Switch, and PC early next year. Ciel nosurge was a life sim game for the Vita (RIP) that initially had an always-online requirement, and a story split up into different episodes […]Read More

Dynasty Warriors 9: Empires announced for 2021

During last weekend’s Tokyo Game Show, Koei Tecmo revealed Dynasty Warriors 9: Empires, the first new entry in the Empires series in five years. Dynasty Warriors 9 wasn’t exactly the most well received Warriors game, as it switched to an open world style that didn’t mesh with the usual hack and slash gameplay. Hopefully this […]Read More

I Still Really Want Aizouban Houshinengi in English

Now that a recent Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate character leak has sent me spiralling back into pining for a western release of Aizouban Houshinengi, I figure I might as well explain why it’s been sitting pretty on my “I still want these games in English” list for the better part of two decades.   Back […]Read More

Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate Comes West February 14th 2020

Koei Tecmo has announced Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate will launch on February 14th 2020 in the west, both as a standalone purchase available physically and digitally, or as a digital upgrade to Warriors Orochi 4. An English version of the TGS 2019 trailer was also released: Warriors Orochi 4 was already groundbreaking in the staggering […]Read More

A.O.T. 2: Final Battle Review (PS4) – Tense & Terrific

Honestly, an Omega Force take on Attack on Titan was not something I was expecting back when Wings of Freedom came out. Yet here we are, with A.O.T. 2: Final Battle – the expanded second installment – executing the wild idea in top form.     Spoiler warning! The game covers the events of the anime up […]Read More

The Best Japanese Games of the Steam Sale 2019

It’s like they planned it. Two days before pay day and BAM! the Summer Steam Sale hits, primed and ready to make July a financially miserable month for me. In honour of this epic, wallet-draining event, I thought I’d pick the Best Japanese Games of the Steam Sale 2019.   So I was thinking the best […]Read More

Famitsu Gives More Fire Emblem: Three Houses Details

We’re seeing a steady trickle of information now, as Fire Emblem: Three Houses counts down towards release, with new character profiles every few days. The latest issue of Famitsu gives us even more Fire Emblem: Three Houses details, including some unique new gameplay features.   Whew, there’s a lot to take in here! Thanks to […]Read More

Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers Announced

It’s day 2 of the Persona Super Live concert and that means another thrilling announcement to follow up from yesterday’s Persona 5: The Royal info! This time it’s a collaborative effort with Koei Tecmo – an action RPG called Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers! Take a look at the first trailer below:     […]Read More