Author: Gabriel Persechino-Forest     Published: September 11th, 2019

Soul Calibur VI has Strong Sales

Soul Calibur VI may very well have hit close to 1 million units sold (Not including digital) according to available data. This should be welcomed news to those who were afraid it would be the last game of the franchise (As its creators had revealed could be the case if it underperformed).

Source: One Angry Gamer and Article Image: UHDPixel


Dead or Alive 6 Not Doing so Well!

Dead or Alive 3: Scarlet has been confirmed as having had higher pre-order numbers than Dead or Alive 6. This in spite of the far greater promotion DOA 6 received or the fact that it was their latest big “Main series” game to be released. This should come as no surprise given that the launch of DOA 6 was mired in controversy that included the potential removal of fanservice to be more “realistic” and then, after alienating their established audience, they still released a game with enough fanservice to turn off the audience who might have cared about the anti-sex pandering.

Source: One Angry Gamer


Details on the PS5

Sony has revealed that their new console, the Playstation 5, set for launch beyond 2019, will be backwards compatible with PS4 games (With many games launching for both systems) and will supposedly “make fundamental changes to what a game can be”, whatever that means. It will contain a solid-state drive. With Sony having devalued its PS4 with heavy handed censorship only recently, it remains to be seen if there will be demand for the next generation of Playstation consoles.

Source: Gematsu


Dragon Quest XII in Development

Yu Miyake has announced that Dragon Quest XII is in development at Square Enix with creator Yuji Horii working on the project.

Source: Mantan Web


Final Fantasy XI to Continue for a While Still

Akihiko Matsui has revealed that the popular online game Final Fantasy XI still has budget guaranteed for at least 2022. He also revealed that the team is working on updating the servers.

Source: Nico Nico Live


River City Girls

The sequel to the original River City Ransom was released on the Switch, Xbox One and PS4 on September 5th.

Source: WayForward