“Catherine has exceeded our highest expectations. It released last week to tremendous critical acclaim and fan response, bolstered by the release of a demo a couple weeks prior, and continues to generate discussion among fans for its mature themes, engrossing subject matter, and frantic, challenging gameplay. It is fitting, then, that Catherine can boast the largest launch in the 20-year history of Atlus, and continues to see strong sales at retail.” – Tim Pivnicny, VP of sales and marketing at Atlus to IGN.
Desert Bus for Hope has returned for 2017 - watch the second half of this 146 hour charity gaming event
Desert Bus for Hope, a charity event based entirely around a sub-game within Penn and Teller’s Smoke and Mirrors, is currently underway.
Final Fantasy 15: Monster of the Deep is out now, and this launch trailer shows just how intense it is
Final Fantasy 15’s VR spin-off, Monster of the Deep, is out now, so grab your fishing rods and slip on your VR headset.
PlayStation’s Black Friday digital sale has opened its doors to some extra regions. Oh happy day!
Xbox One owners can now play six more Xbox 360 titles thanks to backward compatibility, and one is Rockstar fan favorite Bully: Scholarship Edition.
It’s Golden Week in Japan and Sony is celebrating the festivities by putting quite a few Japanese-inspired games and movies on sale in North America until May 4. Titles such as Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes, Catherine, Dark Souls, Hatsune Miku, Mega Man 9 and more are discounted.