One of my most anticipated games, hands down, is Ni No Kuni II. The game just looks absolutely BEAUTIFUL and I cannot wait to crack open a good JRPG on my PS4. Check out this brand new trailer for the game and let us know what you think about it. Do JRPG’s do anything for ya?
Ni No Kuni II is coming in 2018 on PS4 and PC, with a brand new combat system for dynamic fights, and the expertise of Level-5 to tell you an emotional story
As part of Game Informer’s cover story on Capcom’s Monster Hunter: World, senior editor Jeff Cork asked Monster Hunter: World’s game director Yuya Tokuda and Ryozo Tsijimoto as many questions as time would allow in an interview about poogie, Godzilla, and Palico puns. The good people over at Game Informer were nice enough to record this video, so check it out and enjoy.
Monster Hunter: World is set to make its debut on the PS4. The game is going to be MASSIVE! Stay tuned for more.
Here are the latest Japanese hardware sales from last week. The Switch lead the way shifting over 64K units while the PS4 and 3DS round out the top 3 spots.
Check out the list below:
Switch – 64.387
PS4 – 28.823
3DS – 20.856
PS Vita – 3.576
Xbone – 114
PS3 – 56
Wii U – 38
Here are the most wanted titles in Japan. Every week Famitsu publishes a new list and you can check out the full rundown below.
Here they are:
[PS4] Monster Hunter World – 790 votes
[PS4] Final Fantasy VII Remake – 739 votes
[PS4] Kingdom Hearts III – 438 votes
[3DS] Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon – 376 votes
[PS4] Hokuto ga Gotoku – 310 votes
[NSW] Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – 295 votes
[3DS] Persona Q2 – 265 votes
[PS4] Dynasty Warriors 9 – 264 votes
[PS4] Yakuza Kiwami 2 – 261 votes
[PSV] Romancing SaGa 3 – 212 votes
[NSW] Dragon Quest XI – 199 votes
[PS4] Zanki Zero – 183 votes
[PS4] Dragon Ball FighterZ – 175 votes
[PS4] Dissidia Final Fantasy NT – 157 votes
[PS4] Ace Combat 7 – 151 votes
This is a review of Yakuza Kiwami on the Playstation 4. It’s a remake of the very first game in the Yakuza series that was released in 2005 for the PS2. In the game you play Yakuza with a conscience Kazuma Kiryu, the Dragon of Dojima. The game takes place in fictional part of Tokyo called Kamurocho which is based on the real Tokyo red-light district of Kabukicho. In this review I’m going to briefly go over what I consider to be the three main parts of the game: story, combat, and mini-games. Those three things pretty much combine to make the sum total that is Yakuza Kiwami.