Tag Archives: Game Arts
Sat, Jun 23, 2012 | 21:43 BST
XSEED has said Ragnarok Odyssey is “off to a strong start i terms of pre-orders.” Speaking with Siliconera, the firm’s director of publishing, Ken Berry, said he thinks the title will do “really well,” as the firm had “tons and tons of requests,” for the title. Berry also said the team is working on obtaining the extra content released with the Vita title in Japan, but there are many things to consider such as size limitations. “There is some content that may need to come afterwards,” he said. “We’re working it out with the development team and they definitely want to put as much content on as possible for the US release.” Ragnarok Odyssey is slated for a summer release at retail and through PSN in North America.
Mon, Jun 04, 2012 | 14:14 BST
Game Arts has released a video for Dokuro, its Vita title slated for release in Japan next month. The plat former has the trying to help the princess escape from her captors. Demos for the game will be released over a three week period before launch, with each one features a level from the game. The first demo arrives on June 14, and save data from the demos can be transferred into the game upon release. Watch the video below. There’s some character art posted as well. Thanks, AGB.
Fri, Apr 27, 2012 | 09:12 BST
Game Arts is set to release its second title for PlayStation Vita in Japan this July as Dokuro. Siliconera describes the game as a “gimmick action game where you help a princess escape.” Lovely. More details at the link. Game Arts released its first game Ragnarok Odyssey for Vita back in February in Japan.
Thu, May 21, 2009 | 08:13 BST
Mon, Jan 26, 2009 | 20:45 GMT
Ubisoft’s to publish a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game in light of the fact the pizza-eating, cowabungaing franchise is 25 years old this year.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl dev Game Arts is behind the title, which is probably fantastic news. It’s out this autumn.
The press release doesn’t say what formats it’s for, unfortunately, but it does include the phrase “Shell-ebration,” for which someone should probably die.
See after the break.