Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth Gameplay Trailer Introduces The Warlock Class

ATLUS, via European publisher Deep Silver, have recently released a new trailer for the upcoming Nintendo 3DS JPRG Dungeon-Crawler Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth; a game which will be available later this year in both physical and digital form. Read more of this post

Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond The Myth Dragoon Class Gameplay Trailer Released

Deep Silver, via ATLUS, will be releasing Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond The Myth onto the Nintendo 3DS later this year within Europe and to highlight what one can expect from this ‘fifth’ instalment into the franchise a brand new gameplay trailer has been released; this time highlighting the Dragoon Class warrior. Read more of this post

Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond The Myth, Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, And Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux Heading West

European distributor DEEP Silver, in partnership with ATLUS, have today confirmed that they will be releasing Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond The Myth, Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, And Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux, within Europe for the Nintendo 3DS by Summer 2018. Read more of this post

NIS America New Licenses & Release Date Announcement Round-Up


Better late than never; but earlier in the week NIS America hosted a Press Event in America which saw the America-and-European video game distributor reveal a selection of new titles that they will be releasing later this year onto the PS4, PS Vita and PC as well as release date information on previously announced games. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Fusions Receives Tutorial Styled Gameplay Videos


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


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.

Game Review: 7th Dragon III: Code VFD (3DS)


Whenever I begin thinking about JPRG games I automatically imagine the large catalogue readily available for PlayStation platforms; however look further and you’ll realize that the Nintendo 3DS also has a relatively large catalogue of JPRG Games; and I’m not referring to the endless amounts of Pokemon or The Legend of Zelda games.

Fitting in to this ‘forgetable’ selection of JPRG Games for the Nintendo 3DS is the recently released 7th Dragon III: CODE VFD; a sequel of sorts to the previously released PSP and Nintendo DS games and today I’ll be taking a closer look at it. Read more of this post

Shin-Chan Episodes Made Available on Nintendo Anime Channel & Nintendo 3DS eShop


In a rather surprising turn of events Nintendo have begun offering episodes of Shin-Chan for both Streaming and digital download via their Nintendo 3DS handheld. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Fusions European Release Date Confirmed


Despite the American release of Dragon Ball Fusions being ‘moved forward’ to the 22nd November 2016, and in turn now being available, the European department of Bandai Namco Entertainment have now confirmed that Dragon Ball Fusions won’t be released until the 17th February 2017 within the UK, Europe and Australia. Read more of this post

7th Dragon III Code: VFD To Receive All DLC Within Europe


European distributor Deep Silver, in conjunction with SEGA of America, have today revealed that all downloadable content released for the JPRG title 7th Dragon III Code: VFD in Japan will also be localised and released into the UK, Europe and America for the upcoming western release of the game. Read more of this post