Home Tags Spike Chunsoft
Tag: Spike Chunsoft
I've always been fond of Spike Chunsoft's eclectic library. They've made games of everything from Pokemon to Attack on Titan, huge crossover games like...
After releasing on PS Vita back in 2014, Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls makes its way to PlayStation 4. While the jump from...
There are certain things you never knew you wanted, right up until they're thrust right in front of your face. For example, being mocked by a homicidal teddy bear while on trial for murder is not something I'd ever considered experiencing before. Turns out though, it's a blast.
One of the granddaddies of pro wrestling video games has just made a surprise appearance in the ring, and... yes! Did a flicker of shock just flash across the 2K WWE games' faces!?
Masters of niche and creators of Zero Escape, Conception II and J-Stars Victory VS. Plus Spike Chunsoft have sparked quite a fervor by releasing...
Spike Chunsoft and Aksys Games has confirmed that two of their titles, 999 and Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward will be coming to new platforms later this year.
Not too long after I wrote about the announcement that Spike Chunsoft's Way of the Samurai 3 will be coming to Steam in partnership with publisher Ghostlight, Spike Chunsoft have revealed that we won't have long to prepare before the samurai assault commences - until March 23rd, to be exact.
Spike Chunsoft has announced that PS Vita title, Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, is being ported to PC next month. Following their latest port of the first game, the adorable and dangerous Monokuma returns with a cast of new 'Ultimate' students to participate in his sick mind games.
PS Vita exclusive Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc is coming to Steam, developer Spike Chunsoft announced last week, and this is only the beginning.
Some exciting news out of the Tokyo Game Show this morning, developer Spike Chunsoft confirmed that a third instalment into the core Danganronpa series will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, though no date was revealed.
A recent classification has just appeared on the Australian Classification Board for "Attack on Titan" for the Nintendo 3DS which suggests that Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind may be have been localised for English-speakers after all. This also confirms the rumoured partnership between Atlus and developer Spike Chunsoft may have worked out too.
Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair continues the story started in Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc for the PS Vita games. While both games were originally created...