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TGS 2015: PS4 and Vita Fighter One Piece: Burning Blood Bursts onto Open Seas in 2016

PS4 and Vita Fighter One Piece: Burning Blood Bursts onto Open Seas in 2016

One Piece is going one-on-one

Bandai Namco's announced that a new One Piece game is blasting onto Japanese store shelves next year. Entitled One Piece: Burning Blood, it appears to be a one-on-one fighter that's somewhat reminiscent of the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja series. The brawler got a short trailer during Sony's Tokyo Game Show presser, and it...

News: Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires Will Conquer Vita Along with All of Its DLC

Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires Will Conquer Vita Along with All of Its DLC

At least in Japan

Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires launched earlier this year in the West on PlayStation 4. The hack and slasher adds a hint of strategy and plenty of role-playing to Omega Force's typical formula, but it was perhaps a surprise that the release never made it to Vita - particularly in Japan, and especially since Koei Tecmo seems to hold...

News: Rainbow Skies and Rainbow Moon are Both Bringing RPG Goodness to PS4 Next Year

Rainbow Skies and Rainbow Moon are Both Bringing RPG Goodness to PS4 Next Year

The treasures at the end of the rainbow

It seems like an eternity since we heard about Rainbow Skies - the sequel to PlayStation 3 and Vita role-playing game Rainbow Moon. It's been so long, in fact, that the developer behind it has now decided to bring the release to the PlayStation 4 next year, and it'll apparently boast cross-save functionality...

News: Gal Gun: Double Peace Plans on Bringing Its Risqué Pheremone Business West on PS4 and Vita

Gal Gun: Double Peace Plans on Bringing Its Risqué Pheremone Business West on PS4 and Vita

Careful now

If you've ever seen footage of Gal Gun: Double Peace, then you'll know why we put the word 'risqué' in the headline. The shoot-'em-up sees you blast away infatuated schoolgirls with the power of love against colourful backdrops, and for some, it's bound to be one step too far into the realm of weird, but at least we're seeing an...