It has been a few months since the last proper Nintendo Direct and today’s Direct focused on the upcoming Wii U and 3DS titles. Bill Trinen hosted the event. The long awaited Star Fox Zero showed up with some new information. Firstly, branching paths are making the triumphant return and
4Gamer.net has some new screenshots of the upcoming Dragon Quest Heroes 2. The new batch of screens show off the male and female protagonists as well as party members and NPCs. DQH2 will be out for Playstation 4, Playstation 3, and Vita on May 27th, 2016 in Japan. There hasn’t
In the first Direct since the passing of the late Satoru Iwata, Nintendo doesn’t skimp on the surprises or announcements for the Wii U and the 3DS. Even though it’s been leaked through various online retailers, Twilight Princess HD announcement was great. Coming in 2016, the Wii U
Today, Sony held a press conference leading up to the Tokyo Game Show. They showcased quite a few titles from several internal studios as well as from third parties. Of course, all of these dates are the Japanese dates, so the Western releases can possibly different. Bloodborne: The Old Hunters
Early yesterday morning, Square Enix had a press conference that announced several upcoming Dragon Quest titles. The biggest draw was the announcement of Dragon Quest XI, the hotly anticipated sequel in the popular franchise. The last entry, Dragon Quest X, was an MMO which a lot of fans were not
As I’ve stated before, I’ve never really been a huge fan of the Musou, or Dynasty Warriors, series of games until fairly recently with Hyrule Warriors. Hyrule Warriors had a good amount of polish and fan service. Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below aims to
Square Enix today has announced that its Dragon Quest/Dynasty Warriors crossover will be coming to North America and Europe some time in 2015. No exact date has been given. The hack-and-slash game will be available digitally on PlayStation Network and in a physical form as well exclusively on PlayStation 4.
Typical to previous pre-TGS shows, Sony ended this years with a Square Enix announcement. No, it isn’t the Final Fantasy we were told to be excited for, but something a bit more out of left field. Dragon Quest Heroes was revealed and, unlike in typical Dragon Quest fashion, the game