Level 5 have gone ahead and posted some direct-feed footage of the current demo being shown off for Yokai Watch 4 and holy hell, it’s looking so good.
Last time we saw the game, there were a couple technical issues which were quite apparent during gameplay, such as low frame-rate and some kinda funky animations.
All of that has now been sorted, it would seem! The frame-rate is buttery smooth, apart from when you use paws-of-fury, that’s uhm.. Still a bit of a disaster.
But otherwise its beautiful, and I sincerely cannot wait to get my hands on it. Continue reading Feast your eyes on this gorgeous new Yokai Watch 4 footage
It’s official, we’ve got a release date! Yokai Watch 3 officially launches in Europe on December 7th, which is for whatever reason, a couple of months ahead of the US (they get it on February 8th).
Oddly, this is the first time we’ve gotten a Yokai Watch main series release anywhere near the US (we’re usually a year behind in Europe). Perhaps they felt bad and wanted to make amends. Continue reading Yokai Watch 3 releases in Europe on December 7th!
It’s official. It’s real. They actually went ahead and released a trailer, at long last.
I, along with probably most of you, have been absolutely baffled as to why a trailer wasn’t shown off at TGS last month, but it’s here now and it looks amazing.
Oddly though, the footage all comes from the same demo they previewed, which raises the question of; “How much of this game have they actually built..?”. Continue reading Yokai Watch 4 finally has an official trailer!
The sequel that no one saw coming, but everyone wanted. Ni no kuni II offers a rather different experience to the original, whilst mostly retaining the high standards set in place by it.
This time around, we’re introduced to our main character, not as an innocent little boy from the real world, but as the crown prince, and acting king of Ni no kuni itself.
Coming from this angle gives us an immediate idea as to the angle this game is going for, that being a Ni no kuni-centric plot, revolving around a single large world map. Continue reading Ni no kuni II: Revenant kingdom – The precursorgames review