The next Deus Ex game is Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, and it’s coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Adam Jensen will return in the sequel, which is set two years after Human Revolution. The debut trailer comes from Square Enix’s Visual Works team.
Square Enix’s Dissidia Final Fantasy game for arcades is being developed by Koei Tecmo’s Team Ninja on PlayStation 4 hardware. It will be exclusive to arcades for at least one year when it launches in Japan this fall, but Square Enix is considering a home release, as well.
Following the success of Yo-Kai Watch, Level-5 announced its next big cross-media franchise at Level-5 Vision this week, and it’s quite a humorous one. It’s called The Snack World and integrates NFC toys.
It’s only been about two years since the original game released in Japan, but Level-5’s Yo-Kai Watch is finally coming west via publisher Nintendo. No release date was announced.
Five years ago, Capcom came up with a concept for a Monster Hunter RPG. And this week, Capcom announced it as Monster Hunter Stories for 3DS. Little information is currently known, but there’s a trailer and 2016 Japanese release window.
While we were only just announced to be getting the first Yo-Kai Watch, Japan is already up to the third. Yo-Kai Watch 3 will be set both in St. Peanutsburg, U.S.A. and Sakura New Town, Japan.
The Yo-Kai Watch announcements continue with Yo-Kai Watch Busters, due out this July in Japan, which takes the game mode from Yo-Kai Watch 2 and fleshes it out into a full game. And with two versions, no less.
Ending the Yo-Kai Watch onslaught is a collaboration with Koei Tecmo for a Romance of the Three Kingdoms crossover game for 3DS called Yo-Kai Sangokushi. No further details were shared.
A new Xenoblade Chronicles X presentation this week detailed the game’s ridable mechs, called “Dolls” in the game, as well as its network features. You can play with up to three other friends online in squad-based missions.
Utawarerumono 2 is Utawarerumono: False Mask and it’s coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita in Japan this September. Get your first look, as well as a rundown of the game’s story and first two characters. Also, we have Premium Edition details.
In Compile Heart’s upcoming PS Vita dungeon RPG, the stars have stopped rotating and the world has gone into night-only mode. Take control of the five chosen Makaishi and wind the screw that controls the rotation of the stars to bring light back to the world.
Warning: It’s a Square Enix teaser site. That said, it has the letters “S, T, R” on it. Which is one letter away from “Star.” And there’s a picture of what looks like the Earth behind it. Which is mainly an ocean. “Star” and “Ocean” make Star Ocean. OMG CAN IT BE, I DUNNO!
Bua ha ha. The official announcement is expected to arrive this coming week, but Project X Zone 2 is a thing. No real details as of yet, other than that it’s coming.
Here’s your first real footage of Luminous Arc Infinity. You’ll meet just five of the simulation RPG’s 12 heroines, including a lightning princess, witch, and pink twin ponytail girl.
Dream Club‘s Riho Futaba will appear in Natsuiro High School. She’s visiting Yumegashima to put on a concert for the local high school’s cultural festival. That suspicious-looking Dream X Create rep with the face mask is also apparently the school’s principal. I probably wouldn’t let my kid go to that school.
Acquire released the first trailer and story details for its PlayStation 3 and PS Vita defense game Metropolis Defenders, in which you defend the city from giant creatures and such. The game’s coming out in Japan this July.