Namco Bandai Games has released a preview of the Digimon Adventure game, which will be released on the PSP on 17 January 2013. The game is part of the 15th anniversary of the Digimon franchise. The video features dialogue, cutscenes and actual gameplay footage.
The story of this RPG follows the original 1999 TV series and the 2000 film Digimon: The Movie; the game will also contain some new events and unlockable mystery Digimon once the main game has been completed. All the original characters will be available to play, many of which will be voiced by the original Japanese cast.
Namco Bandai Games has released a television advert of the upcoming Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment game, which will be available on PSP from 14 March 2013 in Japan.
As shown at the end of the trailer, the game will be available in a limited edition that comes with two DVDs, a soundtrack CD, a special booklet and a custom PSP game theme.
The game is based on the Sword Art Online light novel series by Reki Kawahara and is set in 2022 when a virtual reality massive multiplayer online role-playing game (VRMMORPG) called Sword Art Online is released. All the players that log into the game discover that they can’t log out, and if they die in the game, their bodies in the real world will perish too. Kirito is a skilled player who’s determined to beat the game by defeating the boss on the 100th floor of the game’s tower; he befriends a female player named Asuna, and they work together in an attempt to get back to the real world.
A new promtional trailer of One Piece: Romance Dawn has been released. The lengthy promo shows a closer look at the gameplay from the perspective of Luffy and the other Straw Hats; the promo ends with a teaser trailer for the upcoming film One Piece Film Z, which will be released in December.
The game is set during the East Blue Saga, as the Straw Hat Crew battle bosses the likes of Arlong, Buggy, and Don Krieg. Namco Bandai Games will release the game in Japan on 20 December.
Based on the visual novel by Key, the upcoming anime Little Busters! has got its first TV advert. The advert is narrated by male protagonist Riki Naoe, voiced by the actress Yui Horie.
Key, an adult game brand of Visual Art’s, first released the romance adventure game for PCs in 2007 and it has since been brought out on Playstation 2, PSP and PS Vita. Many of the game’s original cast members will be reprising their roles in the anime; however, Horie will voice the character Riki and Sora Tokui will be taking over the role of Sasami Sasasegawa. Yuiko Tatsumi will be replacing Shiho Kawaragi for the role of Mio Nishizono, due to Kawaragi announcement last month that she is pregnant.
The anime series will begin on 6 October in Japan.
From the original game preview, it looked as if this game would focus on the adventures of Luffy; however, it has now been revealed that players will be able to control four others of the Straw Hat crew, Zoro, Nami, Usopp, and Sanji.
The game follows the Straw Hat crew in their early East Blue Saga, as they battle bosses the likes of Arlong, Buggy, and Don Krieg. In this RPG for the PSP, players can upgrade their abilities in areas such as speed, defense, and attack strength in order to defeat enemies.
One Piece: Romance Dawn is scheduled to be released in Japan this Winter.