New Player Joins Soul Calibur: Lost Swords

The free to play, Soul Calibur: Lost Swords, has had a couple of updates released for it. First off, the game will be released on the Japanese PSN on February 6th for the PS3, this was confirmed by Namco Bandai. This release of the game comes complete with ideas shared on the community during the beta testing such as tutorials, an update to the quest … Continue reading New Player Joins Soul Calibur: Lost Swords

Tech demo Miku air hockey coming to Japan PS Plus

A few months ago there was a tech demo created using Hatsune Miku and Mikudayo where they were playing air hockey through the AR technology in the PS Vita. Due to the positive response this demo received during the Nico Nico Chokaigi 2 super conference, it’s being made available to PS Plus members in Japan. The download will be available between September 10 through to September 19. … Continue reading Tech demo Miku air hockey coming to Japan PS Plus

Project Diva f trailer comes to the West

Great news for fans of vocaloid Hatsune Miku waiting for a Western release of the hugely popular rhythm game, Hatsune Miku Project Diva f. The game is now available to purchase on the Playstation Network via digital download. Check out the launch trailer below. This updated version of the game will contain all that the Japanese version had to offer but it also bundles bonus … Continue reading Project Diva f trailer comes to the West

Get Fate/Stay Night Discount In Japan

Back in 2012, Kadokawa Games released a Vita port of the well received title, Fate/Stay Night Realta Nua. Kadokawa recently made an announcement earlier this week that until April 10, you’ll be able to pick up the game at a reduced rate on the Japanese PSN. Normally the game would set you back ¥5,250 but for now you can pick it up at the reduced price of ¥3,990. To … Continue reading Get Fate/Stay Night Discount In Japan

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Footage

Level-5’s ‘Ni no Kuni’ title recently saw a demo released for the Playstation 3 via the PSN. However, Level-5 has gone a step further by posting a video of some behind the scenes footage of their collaboration with Studio Ghibli on this title. The clip shows both the CEO Akihiro Hino and director of the game, Ken Motomura, where they’re discussing the company’s philosophy and culture and … Continue reading Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Footage