Today Marvelous Europe announced the fighting game featuring visual novel protagonists Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel will be released in Europe and Australia.
The Super Famicom is the original console that was called the Super Nintendo in the West. But its original Japanese counterpart is a mystery to most overseas fans. Many titles remained in Japan, and with it a trove of video game history. Super Famicom: The Box Art Collection, hopes to capture a fragment of that world in the form of Japanese video game box art.
On December 21st Bandai Namco’s American division revealed plan for new American releases of its games as well as updates on the new One Piece game Burning Blood.
Sekai Project is teaming up with doujin circle Stage-nana to release an anthology for the Narcissu series, not only in the creation of new games but remaking the old Narcissu games. Artwork and voice work will be remade, and a “new scenario” will be added. The initial goal is set to $75K.
The revolutionary visual novel series Muv-Luv has finally reached the last stretch goal since its announcement. The $720,000 goal Photon Melodies + Photon Flowers which would go towards localizing and porting the Muv-Luv side stories collection to PC.
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MangaGamer announced on Monday a limited edition hardcopy release of Princess Evangile. However intriguingly enough fans of the game will have to battle it out for best girl before its release, a legitimate waifu war if you will.
Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel is a fighting game where heroines from multiple Nitroplus titles battle against one another.
Today Marvelous Inc. uploaded an animated trailer featuring Super Sonico and her band, Astronomical Velocity, performing the theme of the game. The trailer showcased the fighters as well as previews of the game. It’s fair to assume some of the animated sequences will be in the intro video to the game.
Nintendo of America has announced that some rare amiibo will be restocked soon at select retail stores. It is not clear yet which stores will be getting which amiibos, or if any of the retailer exclusives will once again be exclusive to those stores. Greninja and Lucario were both exclusive to Toys R Us, and Shulk was exclusive to Gamestop.
The Chibi-Robo bundle with the game Chibi Robo! Zip Lash is up for pre-order. The bundle will only cost you 40 USD, which is the price of a retail 3DS game. This is good for all you amiibo collectors and casual gamers that like to play puzzle games.