Superdimension Neptune VS SEGA Hard Girls PC Release Date Announced

Idea Factory International have today announced that the PC version of Superdimension Neptune VS SEGA Hard Girls, which features improved visuals compared to its previous PS Vita release last year, will be released for the PC on the 12th June 2017 through Steam. Read more of this post

Game Review: Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization (PS4)

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It’s only been a year since Bandai Namco Entertainment released Sword Art Online: Lost Song, one of the very few JPRG titles that managed to keep me immersed until the very end, onto the PS4 and PS Vita and yet here we are with Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization; a brand new entry into the franchise that continues the ever expanding story. Is it any good though? Well that’s the important question; so let’s take a look at it! Read more of this post

Digimon World: Next Order European Release Date Announced

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Publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment have announced that the Digimon World: Next Order, which is one of the latest entries into the Digimon World videogame franchise, will be released on the 27th January 2017 within the UK and Europe for the PS4 as both a digital download and retail disc with the game featuring both English and Japanese audio. Read more of this post

Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky Released as a Digital Download within Europe for PS4 & PS Vita

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In a relatively silent  announcement release Aksys Games have today released the JPRG game Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky as a digital download onto the PS4 and PS Vita within Europe. Read more of this post

Deep Silver Announce European Publishing Deal with SEGA & ATLUS; Includes Persona 5 and Shin Megami Tensei IV

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Ever since ATLUS announced the American release date for Persona 5 many have been speculating when a European release of the game will be mentioned; well today it seems that question has been partly answered as publisher Deep Silver, the company behind the upcoming King of Fighters title, have today announced that they have entered a publishing agreement with SEGA and Atlus for various japanese developed titles; with Persona 5 being one of the titles in question. Read more of this post