- Tokyo Xanadu coming to PS Vita, Tokyo Xanadu eX+ to PC, PS4
- Get a look at Persona 5’s mechanics in new gameplay video
- Dood! Disgaea 5 Complete bringing tactical-RPG-ness to Switch
- Unnamed Shin Megami Tensei title in development for Switch
- Puyo Puyo Tetris bringing puzzle crossover fury to PS4, Switch
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Daily Archives: June 15, 2011
Square Enix’s Imaginary Range is now available for Android. The free app, developed by h.a.n.d., is a digital comic that launches mini-games as readers make their way through the story. Set in a France recently devastated by a massive creature known as Omega, players will solve the mystery of the catastrophe with a cast of characters that can jump between reality and the dream world.
A World of Keflings developer NinjaBee is dipping their toes into the PS3 pond today with the release of Akimi Village on the PS Network. The $9.99 download-only city builder is set on a floating island where the village of Akimi is being increasingly threatened by a thick shadow. Players must take charge of the village and direct its citizens to harvest and refine resources in order to rebuild and expand the town. Through unlocked blueprints, the lights of Akimi can spread throughout the island and push back the dark power of the Gloom.
Zen Studios has been on a roll recently with their latest DLC tables for Pinball FX2 and Marvel Pinball. Following the recently released Fantastic Four addition, a new super-hero-themed table has been announced for Captain America. The good captain joins the ranks of Iron Man, Spider-Man, Blade, and other Marvel heroes in their quest for pinball justice. The table is said to be inspired by Ed Brubaker’s Captain America 65th Anniversary Special with Captain America, Bucky, and the Howling Commandos assaulting Baron Zemo’s castle. The assault will involve rescuing imprisoned comrades, taking down the Sleeper, and eventually taking the Cosmic Cube from the Red Skull himself. Captain America will launch on June 28 on the PS Network and June 29 on Live Arcade.
Ubisoft’s Outland, the Housemarque-developed platformer inspired by Flashback and Ikaruga, is now available on the PS Network. In a quest to maintain order, players must stop the gods of balance and chaos from escaping. By utilizing a light-and-dark system, players surpass obstacles and take down enemies by choosing the opposite color of the given trial. Friends can also join in on story mode, arcade mode, and in challenge rooms.