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Tecmo Koei and Square Enix are bringing the thousand-army, hack-and-slash action-RPG that was previously exclusive to the PS4, to Steam. Dragon Quest Heroes: Slime Edition will release on PC starting December 3rd. This will mark the first time one of the newer Dragon Quest games will be made available on Steam.
Team Ninja is hard at work on its next few projects, confirming a few days ago during the Dead or Alive Festival event, and one of them is Dead or Alive Xtreme 3.
New footage for Dead or Alive 5 has gone live, courtesy off some off-screen footage capture from the MCM London Comic Con 2014 event in London, England. The video offers gamers a look at an entire match between the street fighter, Mila, and the wrestler, Lisa.
Tecmo Koei and Team Ninja have announced that they will be porting a version of Dead or Alive 5 to the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One in spring of 2015.
Tecmo Koei and Omega Force released two new trailers for the upcoming Dynasty Warriors-style Zelda game called Hyrule Warriors. The Wii U exclusive will feature a number of playable characters based around Nintendo's iconic franchise.
With Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland, this 2010 PlayStation 3 romp from Gust and Tecmo Koei has been given several upgrades for players new and old to sink their teeth into, including new story content, enhanced graphics, and even a release of the PlayStation Vita.
Long-running multiplatform series Dynasty Warriors will no longer maintain multiplatform parity as Tecmo Koei and developer Omega Force will be focusing their efforts solely on a PlayStation-only release for the upcoming Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires.
Tecmo Koei is finally doing what third-party publishers should be doing to bolster the appeal of the Wii U: they're creating strong brand appeal for a Wii U game while exploring additional market expansion for the property. It's just common sense.
Oh boy, even if you haven't been a big fan of Dynasty Warriors, you have to admit that Tecmo Koei's highly fan-favorite series coming to Steam is still massive news. In fact, it's epic news.
Deception IV: Blood Ties is a game about soaring successes and crushing failures; a game where your only weapons are your creativity and a wide array of devious traps and dangerous environments.
Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z is, on paper, a fantastic idea. But does that elevator pitch match what developer Spark Unlimited has offered up to gamers on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3? The short, and unfortunate, answer is no. No it does not.
A warrior is only as good as the weapon they carry in hand, the armor they wear on their back and, most importantly, the comrades who stand at their side. These laws of battle ring true in Toukiden: Age of Demons, the PlayStation Vita exclusive hunting game from Omega Force and Tecmo Koei.
The blood is going to flow and the bodies will indeed hit the floor when Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z arrives on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 March 18 and, to celebrate the fast-approaching carnage, Tecmo Koei is celebrating with the announcement of a Special Edition for the game, a limited run that will include a few physical and digital goodies at no extra cost.
Toukiden: The Age of Demons is set to start slaying Oni on the PlayStation Vita come Feb. 11. It’s a pretty popular category on Sony’s new handheld these days, so the question remains: How does it stack up compared to the competition?
Demons got you down? Monsters interfering with your day to day life? Well, Tecmo Koei has just the solution you've been looking for. Arriving in the US on Feb. 11, Toukiden: The Age of Demons is guaranteed to tackle the toughest monster problems or your money back.