Rejoice, lovers of portable roleplaying games, for NIS America comes bearing good news. The latest game in the Disgaea series, A Promise Revisited, has gotten the official green light in the US and Europe, arriving August 29 in both both retail and digital versions.
Demon Gaze is the latest in a growing line of more niche Japanese titles arriving on the PlayStation Vita, this time taking players on a first-person adventure through a vibrant RPG world. Not a lot of pre-launch coverage has been afforded to this possible sleeper hit, but it's out now on the PlayStation Network and in retail stores.
NIS America has announced a new addition to its SRPG library, and fans of games like Disgaia should be more than a little excited. It's called Guided Fate Paradox, it's coming out on the PlayStation 3, and it'll be here as soon as Nov. 5.
Today NIS America confirmed a release date for their strategy RPG Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness. Brighter Darkness will be available exclusively on the PS3 in early October.
It's safe to say that most gamers have remakes, reboots and sequels to look forward to in 2012 for consoles and PC. However, a Japanese IP many North Americans aren't familiarized with will also make an appearance on retail shelves for PS3, PC and Xbox 360 and it's called Clan of Champions.
I know, I know, you all were really looking forward to Cave Story 3D brightening up your life in August and filling the void that has been imbedded into your existence due to the piss poor economy, bad politics and the unsettling state of world affairs. Well, the void must remain empty a little while longer because Cave Story 3D has been delayed.
NIS America confirmed today that Cave Story 3D will arrive on the 3DS two months later than expected. On the plus side, they also sent out screenshots and box art for gamers to examine.
NIS America and Nippon Ichi have released the official North American debut trailer for the upcoming PS3 exclusive (for now, anyway) The Last Rebellion.