KLabGames has released the first trailer for the recently announced Bleach: Brave Souls, which will be releasing for Android and iOS devices in Spring 2015. Additionally, the official website has debuted as well. The free-to-play title let’s players relive the original story which features familiar scenes from the original work.
With the latest news of a brand new JoJo`s Bizarre Adventure game, titled “Eyes of Heaven”, Weekly Shonen Jump also has a new scan with some minor additional news!
The news is mostly about the reveal of another duo that will have a unique “Dual Heat Attack”, that duo being Jotaro and Kakyouin. Not only that but also other news on who will be voicing several of the characters in the game.
Jotaro is being voiced by Daisuke Ono (Jotaro in both All Star Battle and the Stardust Crusaders anime series), Diego Brando is being voiced by Takehito Koyasu (the Voice Actor for both Part 1 and 3`s Dio respectively), Caeser is being voiced by Takuya Sato (who has voiced Caeser up to this point), Josuke (4) is being voiced by his All Star Battle Voice Actor, Wataru Hatano and finally Kakyoin will be voiced by Daisuke Hirakawa (who also voices the character on the Stardust Crusaders anime series).
At the very bottom we also see Joseph talk about the previously mentioned playable console demo and that the news about the demo will come very soon!
The latest issue of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine feature s scan revealing Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4
, the latest installment in the Storm series. While the scan only shows that the game is coming to the PlayStation 4, it could be a similar situation to Dragon Ball Xenoverse
in which the other platforms were announced at a later date.
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4
will be “The Final Form of The Storm Series” which will focus on final events of the manga. Naruto from “The Last: Naruto The Movie” will be present in the game as well, but whether he will be separate character or a costume remains unknown.
The game is scheduled to come out next year. A playable demo will be featured at Jump Fest ’15 as well. Check out the scan below:
Katawa Shoujo Review
“Are you able to seize the day?”
Available for PC and Android
Katawa Shoujo is a bishoujo style visual novel developed by Four Leaf Studios beginning in 2007 and finally releasing its full version at the start of 2012. With a 5 year development cycle Katawa Shoujo shows that persistence and a genuine and sensitive approach to its subject matter pays off.
In the latest issue of V-Jump, in addition to the character and and Great Ape Vegeta battle reveal, the magazine also featured details a few story elements, by naming different items and events that might take place during your story in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse
. Additionally, the magazine also covers on the new feature called "Parallel Quests" which takes players through different what if battles, similar to previous Dragon Ball Z
Check All The Scans Here.
The latest Weekly Shonen Jump magazine reveals some details about Tori Matsuzaka and Mirei Kiritani, two of the voice actors of the game. Within the interview, you will learn more about the voice actors as well as their experience working in this new Dragon Quest title. Matsuzaka is the voice actor of Akuto, the Male Protagonist while Kiritani is the voice actor of Meer, the Female Protagonist.
As expected, Bandai Namco was present at this year's New York Comic Con featuring many of their upcoming titles, including Digimon All Star Rumble
. We previously shown you gameplay of the game when it first got revealed at the Bandai Namco press event back in July, but now you can check out the game's 4 Player Versus.
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: