- Unnamed Shin Megami Tensei title in development for Switch
- Puyo Puyo Tetris bringing puzzle crossover fury to PS4, Switch
- A Rose in the Twilight scheduled to launch in April for PC, PS Vita
- Halo War 2 Blitz multiplayer kicking off Jan. 20, dev letter released
- The King of Fighters XIV patch overhauls graphics, adds fixes, more
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Daily Archives: July 9, 2013
Naughty Dog has scored another hit with The Last of Us. Sony is reporting that the latest from the Uncharted developer has sold 3.4 million units, counting both physical units and PSN download copies, as of July 3. The announcement also stated that it is the fastest-selling PS3 game of 2013, having reached its numbers after less than three weeks on the market.
Capcom has released a new trailer from their upcoming action title Lost Planet 3. The footage features hero Jim Peyton, an unlucky and unfortunate employee of NEVEC, attempting to best the wilds of E.D.N. III, a frozen world home to a wide array of human-hunting dangerous creatures and plagued by ice storms.
Disgaea, NIS’ long-running strategy-RPG series, will be returning this fall when Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness launches on October 8 for PS3. A Brighter Darkness will be celebrating 20 years of NIS and 10 years of Disgaea by bringing back Etna, Flonne, and Laharl from the first game in a new storyline about a disgruntled and disrespected Overlord. The Item World, Master/Pupil System, and the Geo elements will be returning, as well as a revamped character-creation system.
After months of waiting, gamers are finally getting a chance to see Grand Theft Auto V in action with the latest trailer, An Introduction to Grand Theft Auto V. This is the first gameplay footage of the highly anticipated follow-up to 2008’s Grand Theft Auto IV. The summary walks players through some of the wide range of activities that will be available, including planning and executing heists, switching between all three characters during combat, playing golf, customizing cars, and piloting airplanes.
Square Enix has announced a Limited Edition version of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster for everyone who pre-orders a copy. The premium set comes with special packaging and a 24-page art book that is filled with commentary from the original development teams as well as a message from producer Yoshinori Kitase. It was also revealed that a 30-minute audio drama from scenario writer Kazueshige Nojima will be included as part of the end-game credits, and that there will be cross-platform support between the PS3 and PS Vita. A dozen new screens and a new comparison video were also released.
Atlus and Nintendo are teaming up to give owners of Fire Emblem Awakening and Shin Megami Tensei IV a special bonus: $30 in eShop credit. The only things owners need to do after purchasing both titles is register them at Club Nintendo and fill out a short web survey before August 31. The credit can be spent on anything, from DLC to full games. The promo kicks off when SMTIV launches on July 16, and both physical and digital copies are eligible for the credit.