Well, here are two games we weren't expecting to be writing about today. Spike Chunsoft has teamed up with Koch Media to release a couple of its smaller titles in Europe, one of which was only released in Japan when it launched a decade ago.
428: Shibuya Scramble initially released on the Wii in 2008, and it's a Japanese visual novel that chronicles the interweaving tales of five main characters as they literally cross paths on the titular Tokyo walkway. Featuring 50 possible endings, this obscure adventure sounds like it has plenty of choices to make and events to see. It's set to launch physically and digitally for PS4 on 21st September 2018. Here's the trailer to give you an idea.
The second game is Fire Pro Wrestling World, a retro-styled wrestling game with a lot of gameplay options and customisation. It's heading to PS4 a week later, on 28th September 2018. Take a look at the trailer below.
Will you be playing either of these when they launch on PS4 in September? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Update: For clarity, Fire Pro Wrestling World's release date is 28th August in the US and 28th September in Europe.
Damn, I thought Fire Pro Wrestling was 28th August. I was looking forward to the create section in that.
Doubt I’ll be buying it now then, way too many games from early September that are must buys.
I didn't understand a word of that title.
That wrestling game looks good fun. It reminds me of the WWF Wrestlemania arcade game from the 90's. Good times.
Was hoping Fire Pro Wrestling was coming this month, still getting it anyway.
I've updated the article - Fire Pro Wrestling World is still due out at the end of August in the US. The new release date is just for Europe.
Shame. If it was coming out in Europe on the 28th August I would’ve bought it day one, but by the end of September It will have a lot to contend with.
I’ll probably get it in a sale at some point.
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