XSEED announced they will be localizing the title Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, coming to PlayStation 4 and PC in 2018. …Read More The post XSEED Reveals Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin as Part of Their E3 2017 Lineup by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
XSEED revealed the limited physical edition for their upcoming action third-person shooter Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash, coming to PlayStation 4 Summer 2017 in North America and Europe. …Read More The post Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash Receives Limited Physical Edition: “No Shirt, No Shoes, All Service” by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] The early hours of Akiba‘s Beat, a new role-playing game by Acquire, had me feeling as if I had been down this road before. After all, if I were to tell somebody that I was playing an RPG starring teenagers that deals with them changing the twisted thoughts of others, they’d probably assume I was still playing Persona 5. It’s unavoidable that the two games get mentioned in the same breath, as their thematic similarities are startling. These comparisons are unfortunate. Despite being a huge step up from the disastrous Akiba’s Trip (of which the game is a spiritual successor to), Acquire’s latest can’t compete with one of the best role-playing games of the past decade from either a gameplay or story standpoint. That’s not to say there aren’t positives about the game, but the thought of “who exactly would choose to play this?” was consistently in the back of my mind while playing through the early chapters. That line of thought mostly subsided as I got deeper into the rather lengthy role-playing game. Once Akiba’s Beat started to put its own spin on the themes of delusions, dreams, and selfishness, things got much more intriguing. One of the most interesting hooks of the game is that the…
Akiba’s Beat for PS4 and PlayStation Vita has an interesting group of characters, but lacks what it takes to be a true action RPG. …Read More The post Akiba’s Beat Review — An Otaku Paradise by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
Akiba’s Beat aims to transport RPG fans to a fictional version of the real life district of Akihabara in Tokyo. …Read More The post Akiba’s Beat Interview — Director Talks Otaku Delusions and Game’s Development by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
DualShockers asks Akiba’s Beat director Kohta Takano about the game’s delusions and how they relate to the real world as well as his personal delusions. …Read More The post Akiba’s Beat Director Aims to Expose Our Otaku Delusions Through Deep Narrative by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
DualShockers reviews The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd developed by Falcom and published by XSEED for PC on May 3, 2017. …Read More The post The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd Review — A Fond Farewell by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
The Ys games have a rich history in action-JRPGs, starring the silent protagonist Adol Christin as he travels across various regions across the world, including Ys. Ys Origin has none of that. Instead, the origin story explains many of the mysteries of the Ys titles, such as the demon influx, how the Darm Tower came to be, as well as the history behind the twin goddesses, the Black Pearl, and the Six Priests. It’s meant to fill in any blanks for Ys fans who want to know more about the history of the people of Ys and round out Adol’s adventures in the first two Ys games. That said, however, like most origin stories, Ys Origin doesn’t bring a lot to the table in terms of a typical Ys game. It’s not nearly as lengthy as the other games, simply because there’s zero exploration to be had. The entire game takes place in the infamous Darm Tower, and thus, it’s a series of consecutive dungeon crawls with nothing in between them. There are no side quests, no time to explore, no real crafting system; there’s virtually nothing to distract you from the monotony of running through dungeon after dungeon. Each dungeon has variety to be sure, but the pattern is…
Ys Origins is back to bring the decade old adventure to PlayStation 4. …Read More The post Ys Origin Review — The Classic Adventure Comes to Console by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
XSEED shows off some of the dudes that players will meet and possibly fall in love with in Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns. …Read More The post Meet the Attractive Bachelors in New Trailer for Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
XSEED shows off the lovely women players will be able to marry in the new trailer for Story of Season: Trio of Towns. …Read More The post Meet the Lovely Bachelorettes From Story of Seasons: Trio of Town in New Trailer by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
XSEED updates fans on the roadblocks to be encountered with localizing the rather large DLC for Story of Season: Trio of Towns. …Read More The post XSEED Wants to Bring Story of Season: Trio of Towns DLC West, but It Wont Be Easy by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
5pb. releases the horror adventure Corpse Party: Blood Drive onto iOS and Android devices, a faithful port of the PlayStation Vita release by publisher XSEED. …Read More The post Corpse Party: Blood Drive Launches on iOS and Android; New Screenshots by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
Soon western fans of the Fate series will be able to play the Type-Moon developed Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star, coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita on January 17 in North America and January 20 in Europe. …Read More The post Fate/Extella’s Limited Edition Contains the Most Useful Art Book for Fans by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.