The mysterious character from the first trailer for Guilty Gear Strive has been officially revealed as the “techno samurai” vampire Nagoriyuki.
Following last week’s official announcement of Atelier Ryza 2 during the Japanese Nintendo Direct Mini, we’ve now got an English trailer and website.
With its Steam release, Phantasy Star Online 2 will be available to a much wider pool of countries, New Zealand and Australia included.
Paper Mario: The Origami King is a shining example of how to make comedy work in a videogame, though its RPG side might be too light for some.
Eiyuden Chronicle, a spiritual successor to Suikoden from its own creators, has raised NZD $2 million in less than a day—almost triple its goal.
Lemon Cake is the latest ‘cute and cozy simulation game’ from Éloïse Laroche, and sees you mastering the art of baking as you restore an abandoned bakery.
Naka Yūji and Ohshima Naoto are teaming up for the first time in 20 years for Balan Wonderworld, a whimsical 3D platformer set in an imaginary wonderland.
Sisters Royale channels the clever design that set Castle of Shikigami apart from its peers, but with a much more humorous story and a super-cute art style.
The latest update for Dreams adds PSVR support, giving players the ability to create, share, and remix virtual reality experiences.
Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, a hybrid platformer / farming sim steeped in Japanese mythology, is coming to Switch, PS4, and PC this November.