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Alchemy RPG redefined.
Update like it’s 1999
A Dynasty Warriors life for me.
Its dead good.
You still shouldn’t pursue Lu Bu.
Fighting fanatics and bust enthusiasts rejoice, Dead or Alive 5 is getting an expanded release later this year that adds new characters.
At a recent Dead or Alive 5 tournament Team Ninja revealed that it is developing a new Dead or Alive 5 game.
It may not be the most technically-proficient fighter and it may be showing its age in more ways than one, but Dead or Alive 5+ is one of the best fighters available on the Vita in terms of sheer value for money. This is the best available version of a great game, and well worth your money and attention.
A new trailer and screenshots have been shown for Dead or Alive 5 Plus, the PlayStation Vita version of Tecmo Koei’s popular fighting title.
Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus is a solid port that won’t offer anything new to those who purchased Ninja Gaiden 2 previously, but provides a hefty chunk of challenging hack & slash action.
Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge will use SmartGlass on Xbox 360 and also include many other features upon it’s release for PS3 and 360
Tecmo Koei Europe have sent us word that the fan latest instalment into the Atelier series will be released this Friday.
The pre-order bonus costumes have been announced for Dead or Alive 5 Plus, the PlayStation Vita version of Tecmo Koei’s popular fighting title.
Dynasty Warriors with a sprinkling of Civilisation? Dynasty Warriors 7: Empires certainly makes us an interesting proposition…
Round Nine of DLC for Dead or Alive 5 has brought 11 new costumes straight from the ring so players can Get their fight on.
Tecmo Koei have revealed new screenshots and details for upcoming Vita-port Ninja Gaiden: Sigma 2 Plus
Despite Razor’s Edge being an improved version of the original 360/PS3 release of Ninja Gaiden 3, Famitsu have confirmed that Razor’s Edge will be coming to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in Japan. No word on a European release, however.
If Fist of the North Star is your bag, then you’ll appreciate that Koei have taken pains to stay faithful to the source material; if you’re a follower of the Dynasty Warriors franchise and its spin-offs, you’ll be equally impressed by the few small improvements on the usual formula.