At this weekend’s NicoNico Chokaigi 2015 event, Namco Bandai producer Katsuhiro Harada was on stage to announce that Gengar will be a playable character for the upcoming arcade fighting game, 「Pokkén Tournament」 — scheduled for this Summer. Watch the trailer after the cut.
The official website to the upcoming mobile game, 「Fate/Grand Order」, has updated with a TV ad for the new Rider class — voiced by Saori Hayami. The design is from illustrator Mineji Sakamoto. Next weekend will also feature a new servant.
Fate/Grand Order is an upcoming mobile game for both the IOS and Android. The game will feature new servants such as Saber (CV: Mamiko Noto; Designer: huke) and Rider (CV: Saori Hayami; Designer: Mineji Sakamoto). A TV commercial for the new Saber can also be found after the cut.
On his blog earlier today, program designer ZUN announced plans for the fifteenth official game in Touhou Project series, entitled 「Legacy of Lunatic Kingdom」. A trial version is expected to be released at this year’s Reitaisai event; taking place on May 10th. The full game will be completed by this summer. Reimu, Marisa, Sanae, and Reisen will all be playable.
During a MAGES livestream held on TwitCast, head representative Chiyomaru Shikura announced two projects — Chaos;Child and Steins;Gate 0 anime.
During the Aniplex x Key Presents New Project & Angel Beats streaming event, a release date for the 「Angel Beats! -1st beat-」 visual novel was announced — May 29th, 2015. It will feature a new opening theme by Lia entitled, “Heartily Song.” A trailer can be viewed after the cut.
Marvelous AQL’s upcoming rhythm game for the Playstation Vita, entitled 「IA/VT Colorful」, features 60 songs from Vocaloid’s IA. The first promotional video for the upcoming game is available for view after the cut.
During a panel session at this week’s Game Developers Conference 2014 event, game developer Keiji Inafune and his Comcept staff shared a new trailer for the upcoming action-platform video game, 「Mighty No. 9」. Although what is shown is still a work-in-progress, the video provides a better idea of what is to be expected from the core gameplay. You can view it for yourself after the cut.
The 1987 beat ’em up arcade classic Wonder Momo from Namco is receiving an entirely new game from American developer WayForward. It is being produced for both the PC and Android.