Post Thumbnail

Niche-focused publisher MonkeyPaw and indie localization team GaijinWorks have teamed up to produce an English-language version of Acquire's PlayStation 3 dungeon-crawling RPG Class of Heroes 2G in 2014. The two studios previously partnered for this year's PSP release of Class of Heroes 2, which...

1 year ago 0 Comments
December 24, 2013 at 10:00AM
Post Thumbnail

Class of Heroes 2, MonkeyPaw's PSP game from 2009, is finally coming to North America on June 4. PSN users can snag the fully localized JRPG dungeon crawler – which is playable on both PSP and PS Vita – for $25 from the PSN store. The effort to localize Class of Heroes 2 began in 201...

1 year ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Gaijinworks and MonkeyPaw Games didn't make their Kickstarter goal for Class of Heroes 2, but that's not stopping them from forging ahead with plans for a UMD release of the PSP role-playing game. Now, Gaijinworks is gauging interest in a physical PSP release. "If we can pre-sell at least 2,500 co...

2 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

You may want to support the continued localization and promotion of the JRPG genre in America – the overarching goal of the MonkeyPaw Games/Gaijinworks Kickstarter – but at the same time, you may not know a whole lot about the specific game being Kickstarted, Class of Heroes 2 for PSP....

3 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

GaijinWorks founder Victor Ireland recently dove headfirst into the NeoGAF forums to reveal some release details for a pair of titles (recently hinted at by ESRB listings) which his company will be localizing for the U.S. PSN: Arc the Lad II and Arc Arena. The two games, which only ever made it sta...

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Hudson Soft's Miami Law isn't a perfect adventure game by modern or classic standards. Gamers born after the era of floppy disks may find the menu-driven presentation archaic, and adventure devotees may take issue with the game's logic, and dismiss its minigames as pointless distractions from the st...

5 years ago 0 Comments

Hudson released this brief trailer of Miami Law that offers us an even briefer look at the game in action -- and a bit of confusion. We thought the male cop's name was Law Martin! Despite the fact that they're totally different games, Miami Law looks a lot like Atlus's Tokyo Beat Down in motion, wh...

6 years ago 0 Comments