- Rogue Factor adapting Necromunda: Underhive Wars to console, PC
- Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception, Mask of Truth coming stateside
- 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
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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Nights
The HD remakes of Sega’s Nights into Dreams and Sonic Adventure 2 have launched on PSN. The $9.99 downloads will be followed by the 360 versions on Live Arcade for 800 MS Points on October 5. In addition to featuring trophy and achievement support as well as graphical upgrades, Nights is bundled with the fantastic holiday-themed promo release Christmas Nights. PS3 gamers receive an extra bonus in the form of a free theme for either game with purchase.
Sega has announced that they will be releasing the new HD remakes of both Nights into Dreams and Sonic Adventure 2 next month. Both titles will launch on October 2 on PSN for $9.99 and on Live Arcade on October 5 for 800 MS Points.
As a card-carrying member of the Sega Saturn fan club, I just got done high-fiving the other member at the news that Sega will be releasing a download-only HD update of the original Nights into Dreams this fall for 360, PC, and PS3.
OC ReMix celebrates 15 years of NiGHTS with new album, seeks to right Internet wrong for Final Fantasy composer
OC ReMix is celebrating the 15th anniversary of Sega’s on-rail yet freeform racer Nights properly, and that’s with an album of remixed tracks. The groups 26th arrangement album, NiGHTS: Lucid Dreaming, features two discs of remixes done in a variety of styles, ranging from new jack swing to chiptune. In addition, there are two bonus karaoke instrumentals and a collaboration with vocals from nearly 30 fans. Album director Stevo Bortz also teamed up with Lynne Triplett and Niyazi Sonmez from NiGHTSintoDreams.com to bring over 30 pieces of art to spruce up the album case, one of which is being used as this post’s header—thumbs up, ‘Keiiii.’