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News: Stripping Sim Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed to Get Naked in October

Stripping Sim Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed to Get Naked in October

NIS America undressing European edition

When you strip away its saucy art style, Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed is essentially a brawler set in Tokyo’s electronic district, Akihabara. There’s a little more to it than that, though, as your objective is to expose evil entities masquerading as everyday people – and relieve them of their...

News: Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited Looks Bonkers and Brilliant in This Vita Trailer

Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited Looks Bonkers and Brilliant in This Vita Trailer

Looks prinny good

Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited recently had a new and characteristically bonkers trailer drop. The portable version is actually an enhanced port of the PlayStation 3 game that released a few years back. If that sounds exciting, you'll be glad to hear that the title will be launching quite soon: 17th August in North America, and...

News: Natural Doctrine Brings Tactical Monster Mashing to PS4, PS3, and Vita in September

Natural Doctrine Brings Tactical Monster Mashing to PS4, PS3, and Vita in September

Destiny can wait

Strategic RPG Natural Doctrine has been on our radar for many moons now, so we're happy to learn that it finally has a concrete western release date. Earlier today, the team over at NIS America announced that the tactical title will be launching for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita on 16th September in North America, and 19th...

Review: Battle Princess of Arcadias (PlayStation Network)

Battle Princess of Arcadias (PlayStation Network)

Such a peach

Being a princess is overrated. You’ll soon wear out your waving hand, you have to speak to poor people (which even poor people hate doing), and the occasional gifted helicopter from the in-laws does little to take the edge off. Being a battle princess, alternatively, is a completely different affair. It means you get to go out and hit...

Review: Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection (PlayStation Vita)

Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection (PlayStation Vita)

Let's nep nep

The colourful lands of Gamindustri are once again under threat – not from an evil organisation or an enraged Histy, but rather by an influx of idols in the charts. One idol group in particular, MOB48 – a take on the insanely popular Japanese girl group AKB48 – have been causing a bit of a kerfuffle, having stolen all of the CPU's...

Review: Mugen Souls Z (PlayStation 3)

Mugen Souls Z (PlayStation 3)

The questionable quest for cute

There aren’t many games as unusual as Mugen Souls Z. Its main character is a young goddess who carries around a coffin, not for any reason in particular, just because the writers needed some kind of container and that seemed to make sense. That’s not the weirdest thing that you’ll see either. Charged with...

Review: Demon Gaze (PlayStation Vita)

Demon Gaze (PlayStation Vita)

Should have gone to Specsavers

When Demon Gaze first burst onto the scene in Japan last January, it sold 25,316 physical copies in its first week alone, outselling Compile Hearts' Monster Monpiece which launched on the same day. Subsequently, PlayStation Vita owners outside of Japan rejoiced as Kadokawa Games’ dungeon crawling success story was...

Weirdness: Mugen Souls Z's DLC Lets You Beat Enemies with a Body Pillow

Mugen Souls Z's DLC Lets You Beat Enemies with a Body Pillow

Killing you softly

While Saints Row IV will always be the winner of the craziest weapon award with such wonders as the Dubstep Gun and the Inflato Ray, NIS America's role-playing game Mugen Souls Z is taking a good shot at the title. The folks moderating the release's Wikia page teased a weapon that will be included in one of its first DLC packs: a...

News: Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection Dances to Vita This Summer

Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection Dances to Vita This Summer

Taking the spotlight

Our wonderful Gamindustri girls are back in action with Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection, which is set to release on the PlayStation Vita this summer. Rather than donning armour and going all out in combat, this battle takes place on stage, as you join the idol world to take down the illustrious group MOB-48. With...

Review: The Witch and the Hundred Knight (PlayStation 3)

The Witch and the Hundred Knight (PlayStation 3)

Swamp thing

Nippon Ichi Software has a reputation for the absurd and strange, and while The Witch and the Hundred Knight initially seems poised to continue that trend successfully, the game’s humour soon turns dark and indignant – and its minor flaws begin to stack. Make no mistake, there’s a solid action RPG hidden beneath this title’s...

News: The Underworld's Minions Invade PS Vita Exclusive Demon Gaze

The Underworld's Minions Invade PS Vita Exclusive Demon Gaze

Joining the front lines

You can never have too much of a good thing, and in the upcoming PlayStation Vita dungeon crawler Demon Gaze this is no exception. If you nab this beauty in the first month, you'll be able to dress your army of adventurers like famous characters from Nippon Ichi's fan favourite franchise Disgaea. Don't worry about hurting...

News: The Battle Princess of Acadias Gets Her Hands Dirty on PSN

The Battle Princess of Acadias Gets Her Hands Dirty on PSN

Cute side-scrolling action

While many titles on the PlayStation Vita offer pick-up-and-play action, this accessible format is a little less common on the PlayStation 3. Fortunately, if you're looking for something to snuggle up with your hard drive, the Battle Princess of Acadias has heard your call. This side-scrolling scrapper will provide you...

Review: Ys: Memories of Celceta (PlayStation Vita)

Ys: Memories of Celceta (PlayStation Vita)

Never forget

The Ys series has a peculiar past consisting of large gaps between sequels, a slew of different developers creating non-canon side projects, and an overall lack of localisation in Europe and North America. However, despite all of this turmoil, its refined mechanics and generally dependable quality has earned it a loyal following all...