Well, folks. I've said it a couple times, and I'll say it again: Hell has officially frozen over, people! This time around, Sega's smacked us with an unexpected announcement, as Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax heads West for ... read
It's been known for a good while that the latest Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai title for the 3DS was heading West, However, Sega surprised us with some amazing news, as Project Mirai DX hits stores worldwide during the month of... read
We already knew that Valkyria Chronicles was coming to the PC in an unexpected, but entirely pleasant surprise, but Sega wasn't forthcoming with the actual details. Until now, that is. The game's coming out on November 1... read
As Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax prepares for its console debut in November, the game receives a new trailer that gives us the rundown on the title's content. This time around, we get to see Izaya, Accelerator, and Dokuro-c... read
For a second, it seemed that Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax's Sega characters for the title's PS3 and Vita release were limited to Virtua Fighter. Lo and behold, Selvaria and Alicia are now joining the game's roster. While I... read
Sometimes when you're out killing hundreds of monsters for XP in a MMO you think to yourself, "Gee, I sure wish I could take my character to go see a show of some sort." Well fear not, my friends. Sega has just announced that... read
I never thought this would happen, but the west is finally at parity when it comes to mainline Hatsune Miku games. Sega's released the E3 trailer for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd, the latest installment of the Vocaloid-t... read
The past few months of Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth trailers have been fairly brief. Character overviews, brief bits and pieces of battles; there hasn't been a beefy video exploring the entire game in quite some time.
Each new week brings with it a host of new details about Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, Atlus' Etrian Odyssey-like 3DS Persona game.
I'm completely okay with this.
This week we have a new key illustration in the fo... read
All right, Atlus. I get it.
You're promoting your upcoming 3DS game, Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. But jeezus guys and gals, I'm running out of ways to introduce your nonstop barrage of trailers.
Whatever. Let's do thi... read
It's impossible to go a week without new Persona Q information or at least a trailer.
I'm totally fine with that.
This time around we have some new info from Famitsu magazine. As it turns out, the entire Velvet Room cas... read
After weeks of character trailers, Atlus is finally ready to start hitting the internet with full on gameplay trailers for their upcoming RPG, Persona Q.
This first one shows off some of the game's Etrian Odyssey-like dungeo... read
We've known for a couple of months that Atlus and Index were splitting up, and that day finally arrived. As of April 1, Sega has separated the companies, leaving game development in the capable hands of Atlus and giving Index... read
Atlus has uploaded two more characters trailers for their upcoming 3DS dungeon crawler, Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. The focus this time falls on the Persona-summoning dog, Koromaru, and the thug with a heart of gold,... read
Are you disappointed because you can't play Hatsune Miku Diva Project F 2nd? Well worry not, my fellow Miku fans! It was recently announced that the beloved game is going to be making its way to North America and Europe. ... read
Nintendo certainly seems to at least be trying to step up their Wii U offering, and while Zelda DLC for a Sonic the Hedgehog game is hardly a system seller, it's the right kind of attitude to have. The game is already a 3DS ... read
The Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth hype train continues this week with another pair of trailers, this time featuring Naoto of Persona 4, and the young Ken of Persona 3. Can't say I'm much of a Ken fan, but hey, you can't... read
Arcade fighting game Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax has released in Japan, and we have a ton of videos to look at!
Developed by Ecole Software and French Bread, known for their work on the Melty Blood franchise, Dengeki... read
The team at HumbleBundle.com are really good at pinching the pennies from your virtual wallet, even rivalling Steam's sales with its 'pay what you want' game bundles. This week is no exception, as Sega is stepping up and putt... read
This week has seen its fair share of Attack on Titan-related news. To start, the official soundtrack has been licensed by Anime Limited, and is now available digitally through iTunes, Amazon UK and Google play. The rele... read
Did you hold off buying Project DIVA F to wait for the PS Vita version? If you're in North America then wait no longer, as you can now pick up the portable version with the smaller f for a very reasonable $29.99 via the Play... read
Sega's Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd hits Japanese Vita and PS3 consoles on March 27. If you're a fan of rhythm games, I have no doubt that you probably already have that date marked on your calender. This series is popul... read
It's a Persona party Atlus has gone and done it.
In one fell swoop, they went and announced that Persona 5 (PS3), Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth (3DS), Persona 4: Dancing all Night (Vita), and Persona 4 Arena Ultimax (PS3/360) will all ... read feature
Ok Atlus. I'm as hyped for Persona Q as much as the next person, but this onslaught of new media needs to stop.
By which I mean it needs to continue every week until the game's release. Ok? Thanks.
New Persona Q trailers hit... read
I'm riding the hype train for Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth (3DS), and it doesn't look like I'll be getting off any time soon.
New details have surfaced from this week's issue of Famitsu, revealing that all party members... read
It's time for some Mass Destruction To say that Persona 3 changed the RPG landscape in significant ways is no overstatement.
Atlus' PS2 RPG arrived late in the life cycle of the console, yet miraculously managed to find dedicated audiences on both sides of the ... read feature
I'm unreasonably hyped for Atlus' upcoming Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth for the Nintendo 3DS. I love me some Etrian Odyssey, and I also adore the Persona games, so this seems like a pretty great marriage of concepts as... read
A fantastic celebration of two classic series Those of you who follow me on Twitter have probably read my tweets hyping up Sega's new crossover puzzle game, Puyo Puyo Tetris. A few folks have expressed confusion toward my excitement, going so far as to wonder if I'm... read feature
It's haiku time I quite enjoy the rhythm action genre.
By no means am I great at them, but there's something undeniably appealing about putting a comfy pair of headphones on and getting in the zone. I've always been big on the genre wh... read feature
It seems to me that this is really a crappy way to sell your game. I mean, it's fine and all to show off how great the PS4 technology is, but then what about your fan base of PS3 users? In the video above, Producer Masa... read
It seems like people just can't get enough of that sumptuous, satisfying mix of dungeon-crawling and subtly manipulating all of your friends and classmates to strengthen your summoning powers: according to The Persona Channel... read
Had enough Persona news? Well, too bad, because we forgot something from this morning's blitz of new info. That's somewhat understandable, since the reveal of a new trailer and timeframe for the sequel/update to Persona 4 Ar... read