The hike up to Darm Tower is taking longer than expected. Atlus has bumped the release of Legacy of Ys: Books I & II for the Nintendo DS back two weeks from its originally announced February 10 ship date. Now set for release on February 24, the publisher notes that the entire first printing of...
January 28th 2009 at 7:00pm
have once again used their wily ways to get a hold of some Famitsu scans, this time covering the recently
announced RPG, Metal Saga DS. We've seen bits and piece of the wacky PS2 version currently being localized
by Atlus, but nothing could have prepared us for the images depicted in the...
March 9th 2006 at 5:15pm
Check. Non-committal concepts? Check. No discernibly valuable information? Check. Why, that
must mean we're once again dealing with a developer's comments on their upcoming Revolution
games! Holy yes, what wealth of information awaits us today? The news comes from Square Enix
March 6th 2006 at 10:57am
With all the vague Revolution
declarations we've had in the last few weeks, it comes as a refreshing gush of air to see someone actually fully
committing to developing a Revolution game. The squares over at Cubed3 have posted an interview with just such
a developer, Crossbeam Studios Entertainment,...
February 17th 2006 at 11:41am
1up has posted a brief preview on Namco's forthcoming Tales of the Tempest, a new entry in their
famed series designed specifically for Nintendo's portable powerhouse. Though it doesn't divulge as much information as
we'd like (we'd like all of it, thank you), the article does confirm that the actio...
January 25th 2006 at 3:33pm
"Mario and Luigi RPG TSOO!"
Yes, it's a Japanese Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time commercial, rife with the Hot Mario Bros., adult faces super-imposed on babies and...what's this? In-game footage? In a TV commercial? For a game? Those Japanese people sure are kerrazy.
December 30th 2005 at 2:33pm
If you head on over to
Square Enix's World of Mana website, you can catch a glimpse of the
forthcoming DS entry in the recently reborn RPG franchise. Children of Mana
certainly falls in line with Square Enix's habit of constructing stellar graphics that live up to their bold and
December 26th 2005 at 6:38pm
Okay, so we originally guessed the title incorrectly, but the fact
of the matter is that Tales of Tempest is blowing towards the DS, something which is sure to excite fans of
Namco's flagship RPG series. Games Are Fun have scored the first video of the game in action, although it is
clear that the v...
December 19th 2005 at 2:51pm