Disaster Report 4 was cancelled hastily after Japan's earthquake earlier in the year
It didn't take a genius to summarise that the game — about natural disasters — wasn't really appropriate. But it seems that there was more amiss behind the scenes. Kazuma Kujo, who created the Disaster Report series, has been Tweeting about the ill-fated game. Unlike the other games in the series — which took..
The recent events in Japan have had some pretty tragic consequences on millions of people, and we must never lose sight of that
But one company that seems to have been hit hard by the disaster is Irem, who recently outright cancelled the release of Disaster Report 4 and the production of the rest of the series. Not content with pulling an entire popular franchise though, Irem's also announced that..
Not content with outright cancelling the latest Disaster Report title months before its release, it looks like Irem's putting a stop to the franchise full-stop
Japanese retailer Famicom Plaza reports that Irem has put a stop to the productions of all Disaster Report games after this month's events in Japan. Joystiq notes that the report has caused prices of
Irem has gone one step further than delaying the Japanese release of Disaster Report 4, outright cancelling the PlayStation 3 game
In a brief statement issued by the company, Irem said that it was cancelling the title and apologized to fans anticipating the release. Disaster Report 4 had been scheduled to be the first PlayStation 3 entry in Irem's disaster-themed adventure series. Previous entries..
Irem's confirmed that they are working on a new Disaster Report game, entitled Zettai Zetsumei Toshi 4: Summer Memories
Mouthful, right? The first HD entry in the franchise will see players attempting to escape an earthquake-ravaged city, and will implement a new "cleanliness" parameter that will affect your character's stress levels. Aside from new gameplay mechanics, Disaster Report 4..
Debut PS3 outing for popular survival title is Waggle-friendly
Irem's Zettai Zetsumei Toshi, better known here in the West as Disaster Report (or SOS: The Final Escape in Europe) is one of those games that is massively popular in its homeland but has struggled to replicate that success elsewhere. Thankfully the series looks set to get another chance...
According to an article over at IGN, Famitsu have confirmed plans to release a sequel to the PSP strategy game, R-Type Command
The game which is wonderfully titled R-Type Tactics II: Operation Bitter Chocolate is said to include more content and a branching storyline. The game will release in Japan on October 29th as both a digital download and UMD...
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