News broke this evening that Apple has acquired the Mixed Reality HMD startup.
The deal is for $85 million in cash and should be completed in August.
Prepare for a trip to Akihabara you soon won't forget.
Badman, the anti-hero protagonist of the PSP games What Did I Do To Deserve This, My Lord?! and its sequels, is heading to Vita today. Called "No Heroes Allowed: No Puzzles Either!," the game strays from the original premise quite a bit. Apparently, it's a match-3 puzzle game now.
Kill emotional vampires stalking the nerd heart of Tokyo by ripping their clothes off: that's the basic premise of Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed, which publisher Xseed has announced it's bringing over to North America. It's an action-RPG developed for PS3 and Vita by Acquire, and, well, come watch a trailer to see just how unusual it all is.
Badman, star of What Did I Do To Deserve This, My Lord?! and its sequels, is getting a free-to-play Vita game in Japan.
The Xbox 360 edition of Acquire's Clan of Champions won't be coming to North America after all, publisher NIS announced. On the bright side, the Tenchu developer's "hardcore multiplayer action game" has been confirmed for PSN this summer, hitting Steam "later this year."
Way of the Samurai 4, released last year in Japan and otherwise unmentioned for a US release, will hit PlayStation Network this summer. It will be published by XSEED Games.
The lead programmer behind Shenmue founded a studio in 2010, and has announced its first big project: a music game with strategy elements for the PlayStation Vita, titled Orgarhythm.
Acquire and XSEED announced Sumioni: Demon Arts today, an action-platformer that uses the painterly Japanese art style to navigate past obstacles.
Way of the Samurai and Tenchu dev Acquire's "hardcore multiplayer action game" is coming to North America and Europe in Spring 2012.