Japanese Games

Paranormal Hunter, 4-player co-op survival horror, coming to Switch in late 2022

Entertainment Art Logic Games (EALoGAMES) developer announced this four-player cooperative survival horror game Paranormal hunter will launch at the end of 2022 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC. On PC, the game will offer VR support with Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Valve Index, and Windows Mixed Reality, and it will enter Steam Early Access in Q2 2022, ...

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Top five or back? Damian McKenzie reveals his intentions

Scott Powick / www.photosport.nz Damian McKenzie wants to be in a position where he helps control the games. Versatile All Black Damian McKenzie thinks it’s time to focus on the top five as he takes the next step in his career. A follower of the full-back or No.10 position, McKenzie is looking to be a playmaker at Tokyo Sungoliath as ...

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Fujitsu Frontiers defeats Obic in final game of regular season to secure 2nd place before playoffs

Fujitsu Frontiers RB Trashawn Nixon # 2, finding the runners hall Photo: XLeague The Fujitsu borders finished XLeague from Japan regular season with a well-deserved victory after beating the Obic seagulls 14-13 on their home ground, Fujitsu Stadium Kawasaki. With the victory, the Borders finish in second place behind the Panasonic Pulse, with a 6-1 record, retiring Obic in third ...

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Atlus brings 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim to Nintendo Switch on April 12, 2022

Subscribe to Nintendo Life on Youtube Atlus announced he would bring his ‘critically acclaimed’ sci-fi epic 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim on Nintendo Switch on April 12, 2022 here in the West. This title of Atlus and Vanillaware is described as a dramatic experience mixing visual novel, light puzzle elements and RTS – where the future is in the hands of ...

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How the weekly Shonen Jump became Japan’s most popular manga publication

Weekly Shonen Jump is home to some of the most popular manga series of all time, including One Piece, My Hero Academia, Hunter x Hunter, Dragon Ball, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Naruto, Bleach, and Death threat. In the 60s, Shonen jump had a lot of competition like Shonen Weekly Magazine and Weekly Shonen Sunday. However, it managed to climb to become ...

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Pokémon’s Diamond & Pearl remakes become second-largest Switch game launch in Japan

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl for Nintendo Switch seem to have got off to a good start in Japan. According to early Famitsu sales data, the remakes sold an estimated 1,395,642 million copies in the first three days alone. This figure includes standard retail copies, Double Pack, and store download card purchases. It does not include digital downloads through ...

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Japanese outfielder Seiya Suzuki made available to MLB teams

NEW YORK – Outfielder Seiya Suzuki will be posted on Monday by his Japanese club and his rights will be available for submission by all 30 Major League Baseball teams. The MLB told its teams on Sunday that the posting will begin Monday morning and run until 5 p.m. ET on December 22. The 27-year-old 2019 Home Run Derby champion ...

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What are the fall rugby matches going on today? Kick-off times and TV details

We are in the last weekend of the Fall Nations Series. There are a host of tantalizing clashes this weekend, as Wales take on the Wallabies in Cardiff, England host the world champions at Twickenham and the All Blacks look to bounce back from the weekend’s loss last against Ireland. Everything is shaping up to be a fitting end to ...

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10 overlooked GameCube gems you must play

The 20th North American anniversary of Nintendo’s cube-y console is upon us, and we’ve realized that two whole decades are enough for people to forget about the charming square shape of the GameCube or even reach adulthood without ever handling the hardware. managed by Nintendo. “0 years is also a long time for anything less than the best and the ...

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For Italian Squid Game fans, dying is just for fun

Milan – There are childish games, red-clad guards, and a single winner – but for Italian fans of Netflix’s ultra-violent hit “Squid Game,” the dying is thankfully just imaginary. About fifty thrill seekers gathered in a hangar near Milan transformed into the universe of the South Korean television series which has become a global phenomenon. It portrays hundreds of marginalized ...

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