Tuesday, September 30, 2014
With Persona 4 Arena Ultimax
being closed to it's North American release date (tomorrow, to be exact). Atlus USA has shared various tutorial videos featuring the newly introduced system, basic controls and moves as well as advanced techniques for the experienced players.
I would recommend watching them if if you’re interested on playing the game on a competitive level or improve your skills. Check them out below:
The original Bayonetta
launched alongside Bayonetta 2
last week for the Nintendo Wii U. Many gamers wondered how would the Wii U port hold against the Xbox 360 version of the PlayStation 3 version of the game. Check it out below:
The latest issue of the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine reveals more information on latest upcoming games such as Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix and more.
A new commercial for One Piece Super Grand Battle!
X has been revealed. Even for a 15 second commercial, it shows a lot of action packed scenes as well as gameplay.
Disgaea 5, the latest installment of the tactical role-playing games created and developed by Nippon Ichi which was unveiled earlier this month during Sony Japan's Press Conference had a playable demo showing off three stages for fans to play last week during this year's Tokyo Game Show.
However, if you buy the latest Dengeki PlayStation, you will receive a code offering the same playable demo from Tokyo Game Show.
This week's Weekly Shonen Jump issue shows more information on games such as Dragon Ball Xenoverse, Final Fantasy Explorers. God Eater 2 Rage Burst and more. Additionally, it also shows more information on the latest upcoming Naruto movie.
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During this year's Nintendo E3 Conference, alongside a free copy of the first Bayonetta, Nintendo announced that the game will feature special costumes from other Nintendo franchises. You can pick Peach, Daisy, Samus and Link as default.
, the second game revolving our favorite Umbra Witch by Platonum Games just launched in Japan today. AnimeGlobe was able to get their hands on the game to show off gameplay and share our first impressions.
Earlier this week, NeoGAF user Slowdive
discovered the Steam logo on the Final Fantasy XIII
portal site. This morning, Square Enix has confirmed that Final Fantasy XIII
, Final Fantasy XIII-2
and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII
will all be available on PC by Spring 2015.
As expected, Final Fantasy XIII
will be launch first, on October 9th, 2014. Square Enix are pricing it low at $16/£10.99/€12.99. Additionally, if you pre-order the game on Steam, you’ll get 10% off, bringing the price down to $14.40. You also have the option to buy the game through the Square Enix Online Store.
Unfortunately for fans of the original Japanese voice cast, the game will only feature English audio and text in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish. Just like Final Fantasy III
, this game will offer Steam Trading Cards, so players can collect and trade.among other users and friends.
Not much has been revealed in the latest Weekly Shonen Jump. As expected, another batch of costumes will be release for Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution
, the latest anime brawler by CyberConnect2. Additionally, a Prince of Tennis game is coming to the Nintendo 3DS as well.
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