Special series to serialize on Web Sunday online manga site
Series takes 2nd hiatus since premiering in April, is slated to return in spring
Mai Fuchigami, Aya Suzaki, Nobuhiko Okamoto, Ryota Ohsaka, Shintaro Asanuma
Last week I asked our intrepid photo manipulation community to create lightsabers that make the cross-barred one from the recent Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer seem tame. It doesn't get much more wild than a rousing game of Snake.
Kanon/Air/Clannad/Rewrite artist's story of high school boy caught in battle between witch, female demon-hunter
In celebration of PlayStation’s 20th Anniversary, Electronic Arts is giving away three games for free on the PlayStation Network.
The following three games will go live at noon PST today:
– Need for Speed: Most Wanted (PS Vita)
Please note that the game will only be free until tomorrow night at midnight PST. Download it before it’s too late!
According to Capcom, SCEA’s Third Party Team will be the one responsible for the PS Vita version of Resident Evil: Revelations 2. It seems that the game will release later this Spring 2015 and not around February, which was the original release date for the console versions.
The latest chapter in the Resident Evil saga comes to PS Vita! Join Claire, Barry and the rest of the Revelations 2 ensemble cast as they fight for their lives on a demented island filled with horrific creatures and ~~secrets~~ galore. SCEA’s Third Party Production team will bring Resident Evil Revelations 2 to PS Vita in spring 2015.
Check out the new trailer below featuring Barry Burton:
SCE Santa Monica is currently working on a new God of War game, Cory Barlog confirmed during the “God of War: Restroperspective” panel at this year’s PlayStation Experience in Las Vegas.
“Yes, we are making another God of War,” Barlog said at the Panel.
“The Gods have verified this to be true,” the studio said in a tweet following the confirmation.
“Don’t tell anyone what @corybarlog just said #PlayStationExperience #GodofWar,” they added.
No further details were shared. Let’s hope that more will be revealed in the coming months and will this be coming to PS4? Most likely!
Another surprise reveal during the Playstation Experience was the return of Final Fantasy VII, seventeen years after the original release on Playstation 1 in 1997.
While not the full-fledged remake fans have been desiring since the tech demo teaser for the Playstation 3, Final Fantasy VII is still seeing new life on the next-gen hardware with an upcoming release. Based off of the recent PC port of Final Fantasy VII, there will be “enhanced graphics,” an updated translation, and trophies to unlock.
Pricing and exact release date have not been confirmed, but you can check out the Playstation Experience trailer for Final Fantasy VII below.
Following the successful release of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix last year, Square Enix decided to release its second HD collection of Kingdom Hearts games. With Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix, gamers will be able to play two of the best Kingdom Hearts game- Kingdom Hearts 2 and the PSP-exclusive, Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep. Along with the two games in the collection, the remastered scenes from Kingdom Hearts re:Coded is also included.
Similar to its predecessor, the notable changes fans will see right away in both Kingdom Hearts 2 and Birth By Sleep is the remastered visuals. The HD remastered version will astound everyone with the updated graphics. Remastered in HD, the visuals have significantly improved and it looks vibrant on an HDTV. Rough edges from the original version are enhanced and some of the art has been changed to make it look beautiful. As for its voice-over cutscenes, they remain the same, although they don’t need any change as they are perfect already. There’s one problem in this collection however and it’s the loading times! Occasionally prepare yourself to wait for several seconds as the game loads up.
For newcomers, Kingdom Hearts 2 is the continuation of the first Kingdom Hearts game. Those who have already played the first game in the 1.5 HD remix, you exactly know what to expect when it comes to its gameplay. Pretty much the second game has the same gameplay elements found in the game, except the story has changed. Starting off with Kingdom Hearts 2 may seem a bit slow, but it picks up as you venture into another world. Similar to the first game, you will be going into different worlds littered with numerous Disney characters. One of the best features that I love about the Kingdom Hearts games is generally retelling some of the original stories of Disney characters with the twist of having Sora, Donald and Goofy in the scenes. Gamers who are fan of Disney franchises like Mulan, or Winnie-the-Pooh will appreciate what Kingdom Hearts 2 has to offer.
Compared to the first game in the series, Kingdom Hearts 2 has somewhat shifted to an action/adventure style. While that may sound awful to fans who loved the RPG elements on the first game, Kingdom Hears 2 makes it balanced by offering fast-paced solid action. With its addicting battle system, fighting bosses are more fun. If there is one thing that I dislike about Kingdom Hearts 2, that would be the linearity of the worlds, although seeing my favorite Disney characters interacting with Sora and helping him find Rikku makes everything alright and satisfying.
As for Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep, those who never had a PSP most missed out on playing this game. Birth by Sleep is the prequel of the entire series with the story about the first three Keyblade Masters will be told. Three of the characters introduced in Birth By Sleep, Terra, Ventus, and Aqua, each have their own story arc for you to experience. The journey ahead is a long one and it will answer questions everyone has been asking such as who is Ansem and more. For fans of the series, Birth By Sleep will be an eye-opener to some of the questions that are unanswered in the first two games.
Revealed during the opening ceremony for Playstation Experience 2014, Sega’s cinematic RPG series will be seeing Yakuza 5 translated into English for a wider audience.
Yakuza 5, the final tale of Kazuma Kiryu’s odyssey, has been out in Japan for a couple of years with no indication of ever seeing the light outside of Japan. As an unforeseen surprise during the conference, not only will Yakuza 5 be localized and reaching American shores, but it won’t have long to go before its arrival. In addition, both Yakuza 4 and Yakuza Dead Souls will be available digitally on the Playstation Network starting today.
Yakuza 5 will be available on the Playstation 3 exclusively when it arrives in North America and Europe during Summer ’15. Currently, the buzz is that we may only see a digital distribution for this title.
The long awaited release of Suikoden 2 will finally see its digital debut on Playstation Network, as revealed by today’s Playstation Experience presentation.
Both Suikoden I and Suikoden II will be available on the Playstation Network starting next week. Suikoden I has already been available on the Playstation Store for years now, but this marks the first debut of Suikoden II’s digital distribution. Finally fans of the series will be able to get their hands on this classic JRPG without having to shell out the $200+ second hand copies regularly fetch online.
Pricing for Suikoden II has not been confirmed yet, although the first title in the series has maintained a $5.99 price point in North America. Prepare to get your hands on this classic JRPG on December 9th when it launches, playable on both Playstation 3 and Playstation Vita.
In addition to Geralt, the upcoming The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will feature a second playable character, CD Projekt RED announced at The Game Awards in Las Vegas.
While they have confirmed that there will be a second playable character next to Geralt, CD Projekt didn’t reveal who exactly it was, though it can be somewhere on the trailer they released below.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is scheduled for release early next year for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. As we are months away before its official release, check out the trailer above.
The new gameplay footage will give fans a glimpse on the colorful world Link will venture into. Fans will also see some of the gameplay elements where Link will use bow and his horse Epona as they explore the forests, and mountains.
The Legend of Zelda (working title) for the Wii U is currently scheduled for release sometime in 2015. We should hear more about this game most likely around E3.
Getting the three elusive Pokemon requires patience as trainers will need to max out certain stats in three of their Pokemon. If you have the time to max out a certain stat, then you are ready to get the three legendary Pokemon.Catching Cobalion, Terrakion, Virizion
One requirement that is needed to catch the three Pokemon is that you max out the Effort values of your three Pokemon on your team. Once you’ve done that, soar around Pacifidlog Town until you discover a large island called Pathless Pain.
As soon as you enter the island, you will see a portal. Interact the portal and one of the three Pokemon will challenge. Depending on what day it is, you can only catch one of the three:
Cobalion – can be captured on Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday