What’s this? Wait, let’s go in order. What exactly Short Peace is? It is an anthology anime film by Katsuhiro Otomo, legendary artist and anime director, best known for his masterpiece Akira. By anthology we mean a collection of four short movies directed by different artists. Here’s the trailer for the movie.
Now, Short Peace itself is composed by four short movies, let’s say four pieces, all about “Japan” as a common subject, but there is one more. The fifth bit of the of the project is indeed a video game. And it’s out today (January 16) in Japan.
Some weeks ago we told you about the new Initial D free-to-play game on its way to the 3DS (the Japanese one, obviously). Initial D Perfect Shift Online, developed by SEGA, looked like a shifting-only racing game, and now, with the first debut trailer, we know it for sure.
Yesterday there was a new Nintendo Direct, and usually that means new games announcements. It was indeed, but Zelda fans were expecting the long-waited not-yet-announced new Legend Of Zelda game for the Wii U.
After the unexpected announcement and release of Hatsune Miku Projec DIVA f for PlayStation3 in Europe and North America, SEGA amaze us again announcing the PlayStation VITA version of the game for the western markets.
Despite the lack of sales, the Wii U is getting new interesting games, at least in its homeland, Japan.
A new Taiko game, called Taiko no Tatsujin Wii U (or 太鼓の達人WiiUば～じょん！), is available in Japan since last week. This is just the latest installment of a long-running series of music games, using traditional japanese drums as insruments, appeared on almos every game system of the last decade.
Yep, that’s right, while you were sleeping Persona’s developer ATLUS announced four new games for the franchise! Starting with the long waited next installment of the main series Persona 5, to be released on PlayStation 3 next winter (so far) in Japan only. Here’s the very first teaser trailer.
It has been teased way before even the release of Killer is Dead, and now, finally, the new game from Goichi Suda’s Grasshopper Manufacture, which was recently purchased by GungHo Entertainment, has been revealed in a PlayStation 4 conference in Japan.
The game is called Lily Bergamo, and apparently it features a heroine as main character. Here’s the very first teaser trailer.
We still don’t know any other details and if this will be released as exclusive for PS4 and outside Japan, Stay tuned.
We told you about Mew-Genics a while ago. The game has been (and still is) in development since then, but today we’re finally able to show the very first trailer. Yep, in fact Team Meat has released it today; unfortunately no gameplay for now…so let’s call it a teaser. Enjoy.
Yes…there are cats, lot of them…and yes again…some of them are having sex…
Yep, you read it right and it’s not a typo. Nintendo has really unveiled a new handheld called Nintendo 2DS! Also yes, it is exactly how you can see from the pic above, a one piece handheld device.
When we first heard the news, we immediately check the calendar, looking for an April 1st on today’s date…but not. This is real, and in our opinion pointless.
Nintendo is claiming that the new 2DS is capable of playing original DS and 3DS games in amazing…2D (you don’t say?).
Also, seems that the new portable console will be available this October in NA and Europe only for, at least, the quite cheap price of 129.99$
Here’s the official trailer.
But, what are the real differences among all the Nintendo handhelds now on the market? Here’s a sum!
Well, there’s not much to say, a part that this new Dead Rising 3 trailer is too badass (and NSFW)!
Yep, we know, it’s just CG cinematic, but hey, it’s awesome! Take a look!
We remember you that Dead Rising will be available (hopefully) this winter only for Xbox One.