Another awesome game that made an appearance at Tokyo Game Show was Berserk and the Band of the Hawk. This game brings loads of action and delivers bucketloads of Dynasty Warriors hack and slash business. It’s developed by Koei Tecmo and best of all, it’s receiving a Western release in February 2o17.
The upcoming mash up game, Hyrule Warriors, or Zelda Muso in Japan, has had the official site open in Japan recently. All the information is in Japanese but the site features some gorgeous artwork to drool over.
The game hits up Japan on Wii U on August 14 across Japan.
The highly anticipated crossover title, Hyrule Warriors, which sees the world of Zelda blend with the Dynasty Warriors universe has received a revision to the launch window for Japan.
Known as Zelda Musou in Japan, Tecmo Koei have announced that the game will be coming to the Wii U during Summer this year. Hopefully as the time draws near we’ll have more information with a definite launch date.
Dynasty Warriors is having a presence at TGS this year courtesy of Tecmo Koei in the form of new title, Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends. The trailer makes mention of the release date for Japan on the PS4 (February 22nd) however prior to that, it will also release on the PS3 and PS Vita on November 28. Have a look at the trailer below, it looks outstanding.
Two development studios have joined ranks, according to Famitsu, to bring a game together where you’ll be squaring off against giant demons.
Tecmo Koei and Omega Force have paired together to commence work on Toukiden. The news released by Sony took place during the recent Tokyo Playstation press conference. If Omega Force rings a bell, that’s because they developed the well received Dynasty Warriors game.
Toukiden will be developed for both the Sony PSP and PS Vita and is looking at being released sometime during 2013 although Famitsu reports that the date won’t be too far into the new year, this suggests it could possibly be hitting stores in the first half of 2013.
Head man from the Dynasty Warriors series, Hisashi Koinuma over at Tecmo Koei and Kono, who hails from Sony Computer Entertainment Japan, had a brief chat with Famitsu about Toukiden.Hisashi mentioned that the game will play totally different to Dynasty Warriors, the main difference being that you’ll be tackling the aforementioned giant demons although there will be a variety of demons to contend with.
This is shaping up as an exciting game from two of the big guns in the game, hopefully this will lead to more team ups in the near future from other developers.