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life is strange

Life Is Strange’s First Chapter Is Free Tomorrow

by Peter Paltridgeon July 20, 2016
Starting tomorrow, Square-Enix will be giving away the first chapter of their story of adolescence and strange phenomena called Life Is Strange. That’s correct: beginning July 21 and into forever, the price of Chapter 1 will be $0. Why are they being so generous? Because like a neighborhood drug pusher, they know you won’t be […]
persona 5

E3 2016: Eight-Minute Persona 5 Preview

by Peter Paltridgeon June 15, 2016
Atlus invited the press to preview eight minutes of clips from the new Persona 5. Unfortunately the English translation is still a work in progress, so the entirety of the footage was in Japanese. Even worse, they provided no method of directly capturing the video, so IGN had to record the screen to bring everyone […]

persona 5

Persona 5 Comes Out February 5, 2017

by Peter Paltridgeon June 7, 2016
We now have a solid release date for Persona 5: February of next year. Those of you who were expecting the game sometime in 2016 are no doubt disappointed, but to be realistic, in such a crowded year this game would have gotten lost. February is traditionally a dead zone for game releases and with […]
odin sphere

Odin Sphere Remastered Comes In Just Two Weeks

by Peter Paltridgeon May 24, 2016
The remastered edition of PS2 classic Odin Sphere will be released in just two weeks, but you can play a bit of it right now. The demo will be available on the Playstation Store starting today. If you’ve never played this lovely and unique game, don’t miss your chance to get a free taste of […]

Valkyria Chronicles

Watch The Valkyria Chronicles PS4 Trailer Here

by Peter Paltridgeon January 15, 2016
Valkyria Chronicles is getting a much-needed rerelease…..in Japan, anyway. Sega has put out a new trailer for the game hyping its impending console jump to the Playstation 4. You might be wondering if there’s going to be any real difference (they can’t “remaster it in HD” since the original PS3 game was in HD). Well, […]
odin sphere

Odin Sphere HD Remaster Dated For Release

by Peter Paltridgeon January 13, 2016
We now know when Vanillaware’s HD remaster of Odin Sphere,¬†Odin Sphere Leifthrasir, will be turning up: they’ve announced the release date as June 7. It’ll be available both digitally and in disc form for Playstation 3, Playstation 4 and Vita. The rerelease will be more than just a hi-res enhancement. Vanillaware will be updating the […]

odin sphere

Odin Sphere Being Ported — To NES

by Peter Paltridgeon November 20, 2015
The original Odin Sphere was one of the highlights of the Playstation 2 library — a sidescrolling action-RPG with beautiful handpainted art, not to mention sheep that grew on trees. Atlus is currently working on an HD version of the classic game, for digital release on Playstation 4, Playstation 3 and PS Vita. But now […]
valkyria chronicles

The Rumors Are True: Valkyria Chronicles Getting PS4 Sequel

by Peter Paltridgeon November 17, 2015
Earlier this year Sega filed trademarks both in Japan and the US for a video game called “Valkyria of the Blue Revolution.” It wasn’t known at the time if the use of the word “Valkyria” indicated a new Valkyria Chronicles game, but now it’s been confirmed as the name of one. Not only is there […]

valkyria chronicles

Sega Files Trademark For Possible Valkyria Chronicles Game

by Peter Paltridgeon October 21, 2015
According to the Japanese blog Esuteru, Sega has filed a new trademark with the Japanese Patent Office for something called Valkyria of the Blue Revolution. The filing was not specific beyond the name and the classification (it’s a video game). Since the Japanese name for Valkyria Chronicles was Valkyria of the Battlefield, the names are […]
persona 5

TGS: Persona 5 Delayed Into Summer 2016

by Peter Paltridgeon September 18, 2015
Those hoping for a solid release date for Persona 5 to come out of TGS had their wish granted by a monkey paw today: we know when it’s coming out now, but it’s much later than anticipated. The game has been pushed back to the summer of 2016. Worse yet, Atlus wasn’t specific as to […]