Well, this is rather upsetting news! Just days after a confirmation that No No Kuni will see a western release, albeit delayed, on the Playstation 3. Level-5 has shot down speculation that they may also be localising the DS instalment…
Level-5 CEO Akihiro Hino has confirmed that they currently have no plans to bring the DS version of Ni No Kuni to the west. One of the reasons is due to the localisation of a large book which comes with the title.
Ni No Kuni is a collaboration between Level-5 and world-famous Anime house Studio Ghibli, best known for Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle and most recently Arietty. The title is the first video game Ghibli have worked on, which makes this news all the more upsetting for a Ghibli fan such as myself.
After a successful launch of over one million downloads, Kuro Games’ sci-fi action RPG Punishing: Gray Raven will be keeping interest stoked with frequent content updates…the first of these, Frozen Darkness, is live now. In Punishing: Gray Raven the Earth has been taken over by machines, guided by an all-corrupting
Warhammer 40.000: Lost Crusade, the first strategy Warhammer built for mobile devices, was set to launch six months ago (and we reported as much)…but for unknown reasons, the game’s release was halted in the USA. Whatever issues happened behind the scenes have been fixed now, though, and you can download
If you want to play Kuro Game’s upcoming action RPG Punishing: Gray Raven early, now is your chance. Sign-ups for the Android version opened today, and Kuro will only accept three thousand applicants…and for this week only! Sign up through Facebook or Twitter. Those lucky few who get in will
The bell has officially rung for class…the My Hero Academia franchise has crossed over to mobile devices with The Strongest Hero, available starting today. This third-person adventure allows fans to step into the roles of Midoriya / Deku and other characters…Bakugo, Todoroki, All Might and Endeavor are mentioned in Funi’s