Phantasy Star Online 2‘s next update, scheduled for December 21, includes a new AC Scratch called “Phantom & School Life” as part of the Persona 5 collaboration event that was announced some time ago. It includes outfits for the Persona 5 Protagonist, Ann Takamaki, Makoto Niijima, Futaba Sakura, and Joker, in-game Persona 5 posters, music, a Persona Summoning Lobby Action and an Arsène Figure Room Item.
Liberasion of Azure (which we also referred to as Liberation of the Blue Sky in earlier articles) has been one of SEGA’s more interesting mobile games in Japan, as its 2D side-scrolling beat ’em up gameplay sets it apart from the countless tower defense RPGs typically found on the platform. Today we learned a bit more about a previously unveiled crossover event between this game and the iconic Golden Axe …read more
SEGA of Japan has announced that the combined total downloads of their new mobile game Soul Reverse Zero have surpassed the one million mark. The game was released last month in Japan for iOS and Android. It’s looking like a very good start for the game if you consider that Chain Chronicle, one of SEGA’s most successful mobile games so far, has reached 5 million downloads in its lifetime.
SEGA published new character information and artwork for Puyo Puyo Chronicle earlier this week. As their statement reveals, new characters become available in the second half of the main scenario for Puyo Puyo Chronicle. You have to wonder what sort of major plot change, if any, happens at the halfway point in the game! Anyway, the new character artwork pieces can be found below, along with some skill descriptions:
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone Will Receive a 2nd DLC Pack in Japan Including 4 Songs and 21 Modules
The SEGA feat. Hatsune Miku Project has revealed the 2nd DLC pack for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone (the PS4 version of Project DIVA Arcade Future Tone). Previously, the company had already released the first DLC pack for the game in Japan. The second DLC pack will be released on December 22 for the price of 1,500 yen (excluding tax), and contains the following content:
Atlus U.S.A. has released a couple of new trailers for the English version of Persona 5, which introduce several of the games’ characters. One of them is Futaba Sakura, one of the members of the Phantom Thieves. She’s the group’s resident hacker who offers moral support during battle, which translates into buffs to your team’s stats. We also get a new interview with her voice actress Erica Lindbeck.
Tomorrow, on December 8th in Japan, Yakuza 6 will be publicly available for purchase in Japan. Ahead of its wide release, SEGA recently uploaded a new minute-long commercial for Yakuza 6 to their YouTube channel. The commercial showcases the many characters and minigames within Yakuza 6, capturing the variety of elements to be enjoyed in what is being described as Kiryu’s final chapter as the leading protagonist of the Yakuza …read more
We learned before that Onomichi, in the Hiroshima Prefecture in Japan, is a location that you’ll be able to visit in SEGA’s Yakuza 6. Onomichi is a small port town that faces the Seto Inland Sea, and is known for its steep hillsides and historic temples, as well as its “Cat Alley” where one can find 108 stone cats which are scattered across the trail. As is typically the case …read more
SNK has uploaded a new PSX 2016 teaser trailer, showing off the upcoming 1.10 update for the game on PlayStation 4. It features updated graphics and additional content such as new colors for the characters’ outfits. The characters’ hair and shadows looks noticeably different in the new version. You can view the trailer below, along with a few comparison screenshots taken from the trailer!
Persona 5 Pre-Order Available on PlayStation Store, Includes Protagonist Dynamic Theme and Izanagi Persona DLC
Atlus U.S.A. has announced that digital pre-orders for Persona 5 have gone live in the US and Europe. What immediately stands out though is the difference in price for both regions: $59.99 for the US compared to €69,99 (around $74.6) for the EU. While the US digital edition’s price is equal to the base US Steelbook edition, the EU digital edition is around €10 more expensive than the base EU physical …read more