In a joint announcement from SEGA of Japan and SEGA of America, Valkyria Chronicles 4 has been announced for release on the PS4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One worldwide in 2018! In Japan, an Xbox One version wasn’t announced, and the release date was set more specifically for PlayStation 4 on March 21, 2018 and for the Nintendo Switch in summer 2018 (thanks to Gematsu for this info). The accompanying trailer …read more
Sega have announced that they’ll be revealing a new Valkyria project on November 20th! Alongside the announcement they also launched a new teaser website. At the moment it features little more than a background showing a frozen, hostile environment with long chasms running through the landscape, emitting a blue glow (Ragnite?) from within. Sega is aiming for a worldwide release for the game, as evidenced by the fact that the teaser …read more
Sega-Sammy Holdings have released their annual report for 2017, where they discuss at length their plans for the future. There’s one particular sectoin from the report that I found rather interesting. The Online Content Divisional HQ’s operations center, among other things responsible for their PC online game area, intends to generate earnings continuously by 2020. A key part of that plan involves their online RPG Phantasy Star Online 2. Specifically, …read more
In what seems yet another questionable business move from Atlus (after the Persona 5 streaming debacle), the company has now tried to take down Nekotekina’s Patreon page for funding the development of RPCS3, an open-source PS3 emulator, via a DMCA takedown request. According to the team developing RPCS3, the reasoning Atlus put forward to Patreon was the following:
Atlus has announced that it will be creating its own European publishing team, located in SEGA Europe’s headquarters. This will enable them to start publishing their own titles in the future, likely signaling the end of their publishing partnership with Deep Silver. Commercial director Simon Inch is already on-board for the new team, and moving forward they will be adding a PR manager and a product marketing manager.
Yu Suzuki has provided a few comments regarding the latest Shenmue 3 trailer and the game’s new logo, on both the official PlayStation Blog and the Kickstarter page. You can read the comments below, as well as find a batch of old and new screenshots of the game. I also looked into the comments from Kickstarter backers on the latest update.
Shenmue 3 has received its first teaser trailer, finally giving us a bit of a closer look at the state of development of the game. According to the official description, the first teaser of Shenmue III is built from a small slice of an in-development build of the game, and it delivers small peeks in new look of main characters, new characters, and feels of Shenmue world. You can view …read more
SEGA of Japan has released a promotional trailer for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone DX, the physical version of the previously digital-only release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone. The game is scheduled to be released in November 22 in Japan for the PlayStation 4, and contains all of the songs and modules that were included in the base game and all of its DLC. In addition, it …read more
As a follow-up to their original post on the Chain Chronicle Global Facebook page, goGame have now launched a petition to bring back Chain Chronicle in the West. Before signing the petition, fans are also asked to like goGames Facebook page.
UPDATE: Thanks to Atlus USA’s Sam Mullen for letting us know that the official English name for the song is “Dune”, and not “Sand Planet”, as I mistakenly wrote in the original version of the article. Original article: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone DX will also be getting “Suna no Wakusei” (“Dune”), a 2nd new songs alongside the previously revealed “Ghost Rule”. The DX version of Hatsune Miku: Project …read more