Author: Gabriel Persechino-Forest Published: January 13th, 2019
Dissidia Final Fantasy Adds Yuna of Final Fantasy X
Yuna joined the game in December as the fifth character of the season pass, with the sixth and last character to be revealed in February.
Speaking of Yuna, we were recently treated by Tetsuya Nomura who released sketches of what an older Yuna and Tidus would look like:
As of yet, no mention of an X-3 game where said versions could appear, unfortunately.
Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists Gameplay Preview
The game ships on the Switch, Playstation 4 and Vita on January 31st in Japan, on March 26 in North America and March 29 in Europe.
Zanki Zero: Last Beginning Western Launch Date
The game will launch on the PC and Playstation 4 on March 19 in North America. Below is an English-dubbed trailer:
Source: Spike Chunsoft
Langrisser Gameplay Video
The game’s global version is set to launch in early 2019.
Source: Zlongame Official Channel
YS IX: Monstrum Nox Announced
The new game is slated for the Playstation 4 and will release sometimes in 2019.
Grand Blue Fantasy Versus Announced
The game will be released in Japan in 2019.
Koya no Kotobuki Hikotai Preview
The game will be released on the iOS and Android in winter 2019.
Bleach Chinese Smartphone Game Unveils Gameplay Footage
Source: KLab Official Channel
Our Lovely Escape Visual Novel Announced
In the game, you play a male or female employee working with a group of attractive otome game developers and you must either pursue a romantic relationship with them or be relegated to the friend zone.
Panty Party Switch Release Announced
This game is not hentai, nor fanservice-themed; but it does honor to glory of panties. The game is coming out on the Switch and will include multiple language support, including English.
Source: Steam Trailers
Gungrave G.O.R.E Trailer
The Playstation 4 game is scheduled to launch in December 2019.
Golden Voyage Age Gets Moefied Graphics
The game, known in Japan as Daikoukai Utopia, has been released in Japan late last year and received a bit of controversy for moefying, for lack of a better term, the artwork of the game for the Japanese audience. See below:
It seems that Japanese fans have been reacting to the company’s attempt to appeal to “Japanese sensibilities” the same way Western fans react when Japanese games are changed for “Western sensibilities” and so it hasn’t gone over well, at all. With some users even making fun of the attempt with the Japanizing Beam! meme.