I’m excited about this next game which looks amazing with each new trailer release. This trailer is no different. Tales Of Berseria boasts a blend of 3D CG and animation and looks set to be something special when it releases for both PS4 and PC. This trailer features the track, “Burn” by FLOW in the background, it’s quite gorgeous.
Tales Of Berseria is from Bandai Namco and will be released in the West however it hasn’t been dated as yet.
Another awesome game will be in playable for at Tokyo Game Show being held in Chiba next week. Titanfall, from EA and Respawn Entertainment, is a pilot on pilot based game involving mechs for the FPS genre and coming to Xbox One, PC and Xbox 360.
Great news for fans of the bishoujo genre with the reveal that PC game, Grisaia no Kajitsu ~Le Fruit de La Grisaia, will be receiving a PS Vita port. Bishoujo translates as “beautiful girl” which we can only imagine will look amazing on the PS Vita’s screen.
The PS Vita is due to touch down on August 8 but ahead of that, the game will also be receiving an anime for Japanese television. The game is a stylised visual novel which follows the happenings of a male student admitted into the Mihama Academy, a place closed off from the rest of the world for people who don’t fit in anywhere else. Interestingly, he’s also the first male to be admitted into the Academy.
You can catch the opening cinematic of the PS Vita port below.
It’s been a long time coming and it definitely was released a lifetime ago but now a Square Enix classic has seen a new release. Final Fantasy VII has only just seen a PC port titled Final Fantasy VII International.
The pc version sill support HD screens offering a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and also marks the first time that the game has been made available on Japanese PC’s. Here’s a trailer on the new International version.
Capcom have unveiled a new trailer for the Wii U version of the ex-3DS exclusive title, Resident Evil: Revelations. The trailer was put together to show off the Wii U specific functions of the game prior to its release.
One of the cooler features is that the Wii Gamepad will support off-TV play freeing up the television for the non fan, as well as incorporating Miiverse support. Watch out for the game when it releases across North America on May 21st and Europe on May 24th for PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii U.
Yes, you read that right. Capcom teamed up with Crypton Future Media to place a likeness of the blue haired Vocaloid in Monster Hunter Frontier G. Why, you might ask? It’s just one of those things that happens in Japan.
If that isn’t your cup of tea, you can have a look at a more serious trailer for the subscription based game which launches for PC and Xbox 360 on April 17.
Resident Evil: Revelations was without doubt one of the finest and engrossing games for the Nintendo 3DS. Recently Capcom announced that they were relinquishing the handheld’s exclusivity for this title and bringing it to home consoles as well.
Leave it to the Japan release of the game to make it that bit more sweeter and leave us envious of our Japanese gaming Otakus. It’s been revealed that when Biohazard: Revelations Unveiled Edition drops down in Japan, the Premium Edition will also ship with a few exclusive bonuses. One of the items will be a replica of the wrist watch worn by Jill Valentine in the game, the BSAA watch is made by the US agency. The watch will feature numbers that glow in the dark as well as a swanky case to store it in.
The Unveiled Edition will also be shipping with a CD soundtrack to the game also a BSAA card case will be shipping to round off the gorgeous set. There will be a few different versions of the packaged deal from a version that come with the watch and a copy of the game for ¥39,900. You’ll also be able to buy a set which will come bundled with everything excluding the watch for ¥7,490. Or alternately, you can pick up just the game for ¥4,990.
So how much for the set that comes with absolutely everything, you might ask? Only a cool ¥42,000. Stings a bit, doesn’t it?
PC gamers will be catered for in February with the confirmed release of Kara no Shoujo: The Second Episode. This game is in the style of a visual novel and recently the developer, Visual Grey, shared the opening cinematic of the game which you can see below.
In case you haven’t heard, this latest installment will be featuring story events from the past and the present as well as various characters from the game making an appearance during different parts of the game.
The game will be released on February 8th 2013 and will set you back ¥10, 290.