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dragon quest builders

Dragon Quest Builders Coming Stateside

by Peter Paltridgeon May 27, 2016
Square-Enix confirmed today that Dragon Quest Builders would be published in the Western market. This is not a main Dragon Quest game, but a side spinoff that borrows just about everything from Minecraft. They released a new trailer too: What’s most interesting about this game is the manner in which they’ve tied it to the […]
zero escape

Now You Can Play Zero Escape For Real, If You Dare

by Peter Paltridgeon February 19, 2016
Los Angeles residents will be able to experience the horror and thrills of the Zero Escape virtual novels this spring when the attraction Real Zero Escape: Trust On Trial opens in the city’s Little Tokyo area. It’s expected to work much like the rooms in the game do: you enter a room, the door locks […]

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 […]
adventures of mana

Good News And Bad News Regarding The Final Fantasy Adventure Remake

by Peter Paltridgeon January 8, 2016
Final Fantasy Adventure, released in 1991 for the Game Boy, was not actually a Final Fantasy (even though it had a Chocobo in it). It was the first game in the Mana series, renamed by Square’s US marketing team. This was followed by Secret of Mana, and believe it or not, FFA was just as […]

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 […]
project setsuna

Gameplay From Square’s Project Setsuna Shown At TGS

by Peter Paltridgeon September 16, 2015
Until Tokyo Game Show happened, all anyone knew about Square-Enix’s mysterious new property, called Project Setsuna, was that it starred a female and it had “themes of sadness.” Today we were finally given a glimpse of what Square has in mind, and it looks like the kind of game they haven’t produced for some time, […]

odin sphere

Odin Sphere Will Be Remastered In HD Soon

by Peter Paltridgeon July 24, 2015
If there’s any PS2 game that deserves the HD treatment, it’s the 2D RPG sidescroller made of beautiful paintings known as Odin Sphere. (That and Okami, which already got an HD remaster years ago.) Thanks to the original developer, Vanillaware, this game WILL be remastered soon, and thanks to Atlus, it will get a North […]
Dragon Quest

The New Dragon Quest Spinoff Looks Very Minecraft-y

by Peter Paltridgeon July 22, 2015
Earlier in the month Square-Enix revealed that the next game to carry the Dragon Quest brand would be a spinoff called “Dragon Quest Builders.” Today they showed off three screenshots, the first glimpses anybody has ever gotten of the game. Stop me when this starts looking familiar to you. Yup….it’s definitely Minecraft, or as legally […]

Zero Escape

Zero Escape 3 Finally In Production, Getting Worldwide Release

by Peter Paltridgeon July 4, 2015
In 2010 a little underdog DS game called Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors won the hearts of critics and became a cult sensation, despite belonging to the most niche gaming genre in the Western world: the visual novel (though unlike most Japanese novels on game systems, 999 included playable elements that made it more […]

Bastion Now On PS4, Coming To Vita

by Peter Paltridgeon April 8, 2015
Bastion, the overhead action-RPG that won massive critical acclaim when it debuted in 2011, has now become playable on the Playstation 4 — at least in North America. It has yet to reach European markets, but in the States it’s now available for the price of $14.99 (or one buck cheaper with Playstation Plus). Supergiant’s […]