We're sure a lot of you missed Dragon Ball Origins the first time around -- after all, licensed games are a dime a dozen on DS, and it's hard to devote your attention to any one, especially if the license isn't something you care about. However, we thought it was something that deserved attention, a...

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Click image to fetch some more screens If you think our last batch of screens depicted some ugly creatures from Namco Bandai's upcoming Clash of the Titans, then we guess this latest round of shots are par for the course. Featuring several screens of the multi-headed nasty you see above, our gall...

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Namco Bandai has been mum about Game Republic's Majin: The Fallen Realm since introducing the game at August's GamesCom event. In fact, even though the company just released new assets, it's still pretty much mum on the game: the latest release consists only of one piece of character art and five sc...

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A PS3 adaptation of "The Settlers of Catan" board game may be coming to America. The ESRB has added a brand new listing for the game, donning the title an E rating. Most likely, this version of Catan is the one released in Japan in 2008, developed by longtime Sony partner Game Republic. No other...

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Click to Titan-size Whoa, now. When we say "ugly," we're not talking about the visual fidelity of the aforementioned Clash of the Titans screenshots. Rather, we're talking about the subjects they depict -- horrible, nether-spawned creatures, covered in uninviting tusks, pincers and fangs. Where ar...

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[Update: No more Dragon Ball Z screencaps: we've got a couple of snapshots from the GamesCom presentation in our gallery!] At its GamesCom press conference, Namco Bandai revealed a new PS3/360 game from Genji (and Dragon Ball: Origins) developer Game Republic -- it's called Majin: The Fallen Realm. ...

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The classic board game, Catan, is set to arrive on the PlayStation Network soon. This will be an original version of the game (not a port of the XBLA title), and is helmed by Game Republic, developers of Genji and Folklore. The download is scheduled to hit Japan on December 18th for 1200 yen. The g...

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Game Republic's Dragon Ball Origins adapts the first chapters of Akira Toriyama's classic manga into an action-RPG game. The perspective and the stylus-based controls recall The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass strongly, and it's clear that Game Republic had played Phantom Hourglass when design...

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Game Republic, best known for Folklore and their PSN outings Toy Home and Dark Mist, have been signed on to produce a title for Brash Entertainment. The game, based on a "popular Hollywood film," will be released in 2010 for unspecified platforms. Looking at Brash's history, this doesn't really bode...

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Grab your popcorn! Film-focused game studio Brash has inked a deal with the Folklore and Genji devs at Game Republic for a game based on, you guessed it, an upcoming Hollywood movie. The announcement follows Brash's recent critically-panned game adaptation of Jumper, as well as confirmed plans by ...

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The downloadable Japanese PSN title Dark Mist is getting an expansion: Dark Mist: The Depths of Darkness. Priced at ¥500 ($4.75), this update adds three new characters and a four-player online mode. The download is 148MB large. Dark Mist is an action adventure game that was supposed to hit the...

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Downloadable content for games released a few months ago is cool. Folklore has taken this idea and sprinted through a marathon -- it's had so much extra stuff available since the game launched! This is something much cooler though. Imagine designing your own monster and having it featured in the gam...

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Game Republic, makers of PS3 title Folklore, have been working on the PSP title Coded Soul for a while now. The game is shrouded in a lot of things, predominantly mystery. What information we can glisten generally come by means of pretty pictures or, as the recently updated Japanese site reveals, vi...

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Not much has been shown of Game Republic's Dark Mist, despite it being released on the Japanese PlayStation Network early last month. However, this new gameplay video really shows what we can expect. As Artemis, the warrior of light, you're tasked with traveling through dangerous dungeons to ...

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European fans of Folklore were asked to draw new creatures for Game Republic's PS3 adventure. The Malion emerged victorious, and will appear in a future downloadable expansion for the game. The Malion is certainly far more attractive than the winner of the American contest, the Quasarilli. However...

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A potentially pleasant surprise awaits Japanese PlayStation 3 owners this week, with a new PSN game entitled "Dark Mist" due to arrive November 8th. Developed by Game Republic -- the folks who provided us with Folklore, Genji and multiple memes involving historically accurate crabs -- Dark Mist ap...

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While most of yesterday's giant PSN list has been eagerly awaited (or is at least recognisable) one item had us scratching our heads. What is Dark Mist? Sony have usually been quite vocal about their PSN downloadable titles but this has had very little said about it - until now. The official Japane...

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We didn't know it was supposed to be a mystery, but apparently the developers behind PS3's new racer, Toy Home, weren't announced at TGS. The game was held in some high acclaim, so the lack of knowing who was behind the title was disorienting for some. Sony has finally revealed who's to blame for m...

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