Plus, the Japanese get a new edition of the hit RPG.
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Football, but not as we know it.
But is it really the last we’ll see of Hershel Layton?
The biggest football game released this week?
Ni No big surprise
You will not play a more Japanese game this year
Miniaturised Nazis versus murderous insect hordes? Makes perfect sense
2 Oldies & 1 Goodie
This isn’t for the B-Horror Movie fans out there.
There’s a starman, waiting in the sky…
Level-5 have announced they are making a game for the PlayStation 4.
Originally a 3DS title, Suda 51′s Liberation Maiden has now made its way to iOS.
The Story Mechanic is a fortnightly column from Mark Bridle, celebrating narrative and story. This week, Ni no Kuni’s wonderful localisation
This week on Mobile Monday we’re taking a look at Pocket Festival from Strawdog Studios, Ski Jumping Pro from Vivid Games, Aero Porter from Level-5 and Kingdom Conquest II from SEGA.
Professor Layton and The Azran Legacies will be released in Japan on February 28 – see a new trailer for the game here.
The man in question is none other than Mr Steffan Rhodri – a thespian of some renown from the Land of Our Fathers, and veteran of a vast array of work on both stage and screen.
Namco Bandai has confirmed that Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch stock will be replenished in various UK retailers later on in the week.
This week on Mobile Monday we’re taking a look at Tokyo Crash Mobs from Mitchell Corporation, Shards of Time from Candygrill, Pixel People from LambdaMu Games and Crimson Shroud from Level-5.
The agonising wait is finally over, as European gamers can now go and buy the Level-5/Studio Ghibli JRPG masterpiece.
By now you’ve read our review or watched our video feature, and know that Ni No Kuni is a phenomenal game. So we’ve teamed up with Namco Bandai to offer you some prizes that are as eye watering as the visuals of the game itself.