XSEED Games’ Senran Kagura series is hitting the beach soon, in Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash, but before it does the publisher has revealed a digital-only limited edition that fans can look forward to when the game releases in late September.
Video game publisher XSEED Games, today announced plans to release a limited edition, called the “No Shirt, No Shoes, All Service” limited edition, for its upcoming summer-themed title, Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash.
Japanese culture has a lot of facets with each more intriguing than the last. Akihabara is often at the center of shifts of interest, especially in games, anime, comics, and other avenues of geek pursuits. It is a city that is constantly shifting to meet the whimsical needs of its people, with whole buildings being removed and rebuilt regularly. Advertisements change often as well, giving the city...[Read More]
Earlier this week, video game publisher XSEED Games unleased a new teaser trailer for its upcoming ACQUIRE developed JRPG, Akiba’s Beat, which is due out for the PlayStation 4 and Vita in the middle of May.
Video game publisher XSEED Games, today revealed plans for a PC release of Nihon Falcom’s The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel, as well as the long-awaited release date for The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd.
Since being a new owner of a PS Vita I’m playing catch up on many games, but one game that caught my eye was Ragnarok Odyssey Ace that recently came out. I first got my taste of Ragnarok on PC due to the MMO, but it didn’t really pull me in as much. Why? When playing any MMO I prefer to have one that has some controller support since select games offer it than learn all the commands t...[Read More]
This is actually the first of a critically-acclaimed trilogy released half a decade ago in Japan, finally hitting American PSPs the nation over. But, you see, you can tell they had a trilogy planned right away.
Run, Smash, Kill, in old school goodness!
Back in the day, with the day being the late 80’s and early 90’s, I loved adventures and RPG’s. I recovered the Triforce time and again in The Legend of Zelda. I discovered the secrets of both Mana and Evermore. Earthbound was like a mother’s embrace to me. And don’t get me started on Final Fantasy II and III (or IV and VI for you picky people). I love the old school ...[Read More]