Author: Gabriel Persechino-Forest     Published: October 15th, 2018

Soul Calibur VI Character Trailer


Raphael Sorel

The game launches on the Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC on October 2018 in Japan and October 19 in the Americas and Europe.

Source: Bandai Namco Entertainment America and Article Image: Taken from the Inferno character trailer


The Girl in Twilight Promo

The game will become available on October 15 on the iOS and Android and has the same scenario writer, character designer, concept artist and music crew that worked on the anime.

Source: Akanesasu Shojo, Official Twitter Account and Moca News


Tokyo Ghoul:re Call to Exist Preview

The Playstation 4 game comes out this winter in Japan and also comes out in the West for the Playstation 4 and Steam.

Source: Bandai Namco Entertainment America


Resonance of Fate HD Remaster Trailer

The remaster comes out on October 18 on the Playstation 4 and Steam.

Source: triaceofficial


Kill la Kill Game to Have Original Story

Unlike the anime, the protagonist will be Satsuki Kiryuin and the game’s story will be written like “Another episode of the anime” and is being written by the anime’s scriptwriter, Kazuki Nakashima.

Source: Comic Natalie


Sword Art Online Games Coming West

Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization and Fatal Bullet are getting English releases for the Switch (PS4, Xbox One and PC also for Fatal Bullet). The releases will be the Complete Edition (Fatal Bullet) with all available DLCs and the Deluxe Edition (Hollow Realization). More details to be revealed later.

Source: Anime News Network


Hiqosoft Goes Bankrupt

Adult game developer hiqo-soft has filled for bankruptcy on September 21st. Sol Press’ planned releases and localizations of Sakura Sakura and Yotsunoha will not be affected.

Source: Anime News Network


PS Now Downloads!

Sony announced that its Playstation Now streaming service will now allow subscribers to download PS2 and PS4 games.

Source: Playstation Blog


PS Vita Production Halted

Sony is ending production of its Vita in Japan in 2019 and has no plans for a successor system.

Source: Famitsu