INDEX.PHP HEADER.PHP Hctor.com | japan

Tag archive for japan

No DualShock 3 support for PlayStation 4, says Sony

While we know that PlayStation Move controllers will be supported by PlayStation 4, it wasn’t immediately clear if the current DualShock 3 controllers would carry forward into this next console generation.

Continue reading →

Zelda: Oracle of Ages, Oracle of Seasons to hit 3DS eShop in Japan

So it was foretold: The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons will come to the 3DS eShop in Japan. The Capcom-developed Game Boy Color games, hits with fans and critics alike in 2001, arrive individually on the Virtual Console February 27, priced ¥600 each (around $6.50), and then in a combined pack next month at ¥1000 (around $10.50) As the reveal came in this morning’s 3DS-focused Direct broadcast for Japan , there’s no news as yet on the re-releases heading westwards. Zelda: Oracle of Ages, Oracle of Seasons to hit 3DS eShop in Japan originally appeared on Joystiq on Thu, 21 Feb 2013 07:00:00 EST

Continue reading →

Rockman Xover going to Android, accepting boss designs

[ Custom boss by Heat Man ] According to various hands-on impressions, we certainly dodged a bullet when Capcom decided to hold off on localizing Rockman Xover . Nonetheless, the free-to-play social title continues unabated in its native Japan, indicating that it must be somewhat successful . I’m honestly quite impressed by Capcom’s perseverance — the company has given this moldy cheese more attention than anything else Mega Man in the last couple of years.

Continue reading →

Watch Japan’s Nintendo Direct for third-party 3DS games right here

The PS4? That’s sooo yesterday, friend. This is today, and today sees Nintendo pump out another one of its Direct broadcasts, this one intended for screens in Japan – of course, that doesn’t mean we can’t tune in

Continue reading →

Zelda: Oracle of Ages, Seasons coming to 3DS eShop

The Legend of Zelda:  Oracle of Seasons  and  Oracle of Ages are coming to the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Nintendo announced the pair of Game Boy Color classics will release next week on the Japanese Virtual Console during this morning’s Nintendo Direct broadcast.

Continue reading →

Fire Emblem: Awakening OST weighs in at five discs

That’s a lot of music. And man, that Fire Emblem theme sends chills down my spine every time

Continue reading →

Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon skit sees Miyamoto clean up

You may have missed it amongst all the goings-on of the North American and European broadcasts, but last week’s Nintendo Direct for Japan featured a cute little sketch which saw Shigeru Miyamoto and Satoru Iwata get into the spirit of Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon . This week, Nintendo republished it for English-speaking viewers, extra useful since the video includes five minutes of Miyamoto talking about the upcoming 3DS game.

Continue reading →

The Daily Hotness: Cabbage-eating corgi

If I was those two, I would not be going anywhere near that corgi while he was eating his cabbage. Hell hath no fury like a corgi scorned. Speaking of scorned, Sony announced a price drop for the Vita (in Japan), President Obama wants game design in high schools, weekly Rock Band DLC is ending in April, Allistair broke down his favorite moments in Presidential gaming history, and so many more fantastic things happened on 2/18/2013.

Continue reading →

Goodbye rumble controller, hello electric shock

The next stage of videogame evolution might take place where you least expect it: within your body. A team of German researchers have deviated from the traditional rumble-controller formula, instead embracing an entirely new way for players to feel the action present on the screen, reports New Scientist . Rather than positioning tiny vibrating motors within a phone or game controller to produce that familiar rumbling sensation, Pedro Lopes and the group at the Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam, Germany have used small electrodes placed on the forearm to electrically stimulate nerves, making the muscles contract

Continue reading →

Dragon Quest X Wii U dated March 30 for Japan

We still lack a Western release announcement for the ” oh so horribly performing ” Dragon Quest X , but Japan finally has a solid date for the Wii U version: March 30.

Continue reading →

Page 1 of 2854 1 2 3 4 5 ... Last →
SIDEBAR.PHP
FOOTER.PHP