Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale Movie Outfits Now Available for Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization

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In order to help promote the ‘upcoming’ worldwide cinematic release of Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale, which is of course the latest anime entry into the Sword Art Online franchise, Bandai Namco Entertainment have today released  costume DLC that is based upon the outfits used in the film. Read more of this post

New Dragon Ball Super DLC Pack 2 Details Confirmed for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

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Earlier in the year Bandai Namco Entertainment revealed that the second Dragon Ball Super DLC Pack for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 would introduce Champa and Vados from Universe 6 as playable characters into the game. Well today the distributor have ‘expanded’ upon this information by not only confirming a release date but also announcing another FREE update pack for fans. Read more of this post

Senran Kagura: Estival Versus Steam Release Announced alongside Ikki Tousen DLC

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Senran Kagura fans rejorce! As not only have Marvelous Games (within Europe) and XSEED Games (within America) announced that last years PS4 (and PS Vita release) Senran Kagura: Estival Versus will be making the jump to PC but the last remaining cross-over DLC, alternatively known as the Ikki Tousen Character DLC, will also be making its way to the PC, PS4 and PS Vita. Read more of this post

Acttil to Release Deemo: The Last Recital onto the PS Vita within Europe Latet This Year

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In a rather unexpected, but potentially exciting announcement, Acttil have announced, in cojunction with PM Studios, that they will be releasing Rayark Games rhythm based music game Deemo: The Last Recital, onto the PS Vita within America and Europe this Spring. Read more of this post

Game Review: Tales of Berseria (PS4)

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Spanning more than two decades the Tales of franchise has established itself as one of Bandai Namco Entertainment’s biggest IP’s and yet despite its long running history, both in video games and entertainment medium, it’s a franchise I have paid very little attention to; that is until this year’s western release of Tales of Berseria.  Of course I am familiar with the franchises previous western outings, namely Tales of Abyss, Tales of Vesperia, Tales of Xillia and the more recent Tales of Zesteria; but unlike this year’s release of Berseria none of them managed to grab and secure my attention. Read more of this post

Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force Steam Release Date Announced

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Idea Factory International have today announced that the PC port of Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force, which is a port of the previously released PS4 Game, will be released on the 14th February 2017 within across western countries; specifically the UK, Europe, Australia and America. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Fusions Receives Tutorial Styled Gameplay Videos

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Dragon Ball Fusions is the latest video-game chapter into the Dragon Ball franchise and unlike last years Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, which allowed players to re-experience the Dragon Ball Z timeline from a alternate perspective in fighting form, Dragon Ball Fusions sees RPG turn-based combat that allows all characters to be fused together for an ultimate fighter. Read more of this post

Azure Striker Gunvolt: The Anime Arrives on Nintendo 3DS eShop Next Week

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Inti Creates have announced that an anime based upon the Nintendo 3DS game Azure Striker Gunvolt will be made available to purchase from the Nintendo 3DS eShop from the 9th February 2017 with new episodes added on a regular basis.

Each episode  (or bundle) will be pirced at  £2.49 /  €2.79 / $2.99 and will be available to purchase directly from the video section of the Nintendo 3DS eShop.

Synopsis: It is the near future, and among humankind exists “Adepts,” people who possess extraordinary abilities known as “Septimal Powers.” The existence of these Adepts has caused widespread chaos around the world, but in the nation of Japan, order and peace is maintained by a large conglomerate known as the Sumeragi Group.

…However, this would prove to be a temporary peace, granted to the citizens of Japan by the sacrifice of countless Adepts at the hands of Sumeragi. On the surface, the Sumeragi Group appears be a rather normal, clean company. Below the surface, Sumeragi captures Adepts, holds them against their will, and performs inhumane scientific experiments on them.

One group known as QUILL (Quorum for Unrestricted Information, Law, and Liberty) made this discovery and pledged to revolt against the Sumeragi Group. A member of QUILL, a young man named Gunvolt, sets out one evening to infiltrate a Sumeragi facility in the name of freedom for his fellow Adepts.

The game which the anime series is based off is available to purchase directly from the Nintendo 3DS eShop; but of course while you wait for the anime series to be released you can watch a trailer for it below.

Corpse Party: Blood Drive Released onto iOS Devices

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5pb and Mages have recently released the survival-horor themed visual novel game Corpse Party: Blood Drive, onto the iOS platform for £12.99 / $14.99 / 14.99 EUR with full english localisation. Read more of this post

PQube Unveil’s Limited Edition Bundles for Akiba’s Beat

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After months of silence PQube have finally spoken up about their upcoming release of Akiba’s Beat, the spiritual-sequel to Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Undressed, and this time the publisher-come-distributor have announced the GAME Exclusive and Rice Digital Exclusive Limited Editions bundles for the PS4 and PS Vita; both of which are expected to be released later this year. Read more of this post