We recently found out about the upcoming new Danganronpa game for PS4 and PS Vita entitled Danganronpa V3: Everyone’s New Semester of Killing. Today, thanks to Japanese publication Famitsu Weekly, we have a release date for Japan.
January 12 in Japan will see the release of the game on both PS4 and PS Vita in Japan. The PS4 version will cost ¥7,400 while the PS Vita version has been set at ¥6,400. There is also a limited edition version for the PS4 (¥13, 400) and PS Vita (¥12, 400).
The limited edition consists of the following:
A copy of New Danganronpa V3: Everyone’s New Semester of Killing
Danganronpa 2017 calendar
New Monokma strap
Soundtrack & Cast Comment CD
Original custom theme download code
Original anime (Blu-ray) Super Danganronpa 2.5: Nagito Komaeda and the Destroyer of the World
Word’s coming out of Japan that the next issue of gaming publication, Famitsu Weekly, will have some kind of surprise for fans of Metal Gear Solid.
No solid facts on what it is but rumours are aplenty that it may have something to do with the recently announced “The Phantom Pain” which has everyone speculating that it is in fact, Metal Gear Solid 5.
Following the recent uproar by dedicated fans of Square Enix cult classic, The World Ends With You, over the port of the game to the iOS platform instead of the sequel that everyone was clamouring for, there are reports that there may be a silver lining, however faint it may be.
The ending for the iOS port apparently has a secret ending which can be seen above, which could be hinting at the possibility of a new game or just fanboy wishful thinking? But when you couple it with recent article in Famitsu Weekly, where they had a sit down with the director, Tatsuya Kando, he also mentioned the following: “We are in the middle of working on various things, but for now please enjoySolo Remix.”
Who knows, maybe the door hasn’t entirely closed on a sequel for TWEWY, just hopefully not on iOS again, please Square Enix.
We’ve only just finished posting about BlazBlue Chrono Phantasma receiving it’s very own arcade cabinet now Ar System Works keeps the ball rolling with the announcement that the same game will be coming to the PS3.
The port was mentioned by Famitsu Weekly and doesn’t have a release date as yet, the PS3 release schedule merely says TBA but it should be a Winter release.
There is no mention of an Xbox 360 release but we’ll keep you posted.
Yoji Shinkawa, the art director for the Metal Gear series, has designed an amazing cover for the current edition of Famitsu Weekly in Japan.
The cover is to commemorate Famitsu Weekly’s coverage for the Metal Gear Solid series reaching its 25th anniversary, feast your eyes on the amazing cover below.
Speaking through Enterbrain’s CEO in the article, Shinkawa said that he chose Cyborg Ninja and Solid Snake for the front cover as he believes they’re the two characters that really encapsulate the series and represent the games. The article also mentions how MGS4 will be receiving a Trophy update which has long been asked for by fans.
There is a budget version of MGS4 that will be released to stores in August and has the patch already built into the game so its thought that a download patch can’t be too far away for existing copies of MGS4.
The shot above shows another image from the feature article which illustrates the MGS timeline…what does it say for 2012? Could it be a new game? It could be a reference to Metal Gear Revengeance, we’ll have to wait and see.
Japandaman is trying to get a copy of this eagerly snapped up copy so fingers crossed we get lucky and get our own piece of history.
For the fanboy or girl who has everything Nintendo related or is still looking to add rare or different bits of Nintendo nostalgia to their collection, have I got something for you.
The latest issue of Japanese publication, Famitsu Weekly, will be shipping with a complete catalogue of all of Nintendo’s releases, hardware and software, which is just too awesome to put into words that I’m not going to even try.
The Nintendo Complete Catalogue will boast 196 pages, have full coverage of 14 Nintendo systems, 700 games and will be covering all Nintendo 1st party games that have ever been released from the Famicom all the way up to the 3DS
*Cue fangasm right about……here*
Thanks to Japandaman Dailies reader Jaymz (@jaymzh5) for bringing this article to my attention to me from Go Nintendo.
Needless to say I have already put out my feelers to see if I can obtain a couple of issues. Will let you know how I go.