Arc System Works’ Wizard’s Symphony has a release date in Japan. The revival of the Wizard’s Harmony series will arrive early next year.
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More details have been revealed about the Affinity System in Arc System Works’ upcoming Wizard’s Symphony. Additionally, two new party members also join the quest.
Arc System Works is gladly taking on the role of custodian of the Kuni-kun series. The company is looking to put out a collection of eighteen classic titles in Japan later this year.
The first details have emerged for Wizard’s Symphony, Arc System Works’ revival of its late-1990s Japan-only dungeon-crawling series. Time will tell if this title manages to make it west.
Arc System Works has another RPG in the works. This one appears to be a revival of sorts of the company’s 1990s fantasy series Wizard’s Harmony.
The sequel to Damascus Gear: Operation Tokyo arrived in North America and Europe this month, providing some more mech-piloting action. RPGamer checks out whether its changes make for a more worthwhile experience.
A new Damascus Gear title has been released in English by publisher Arc System Works. Operation Osaka is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita.
Just when you thought your girlfriend was safe from the punks in River City, think again. Ricki’s gal has been kidnapped and Kunio must find her in three days. Seriously, Ricki needs to keep a better eye on his girlfriend considering how often this keeps happening.
Arc System Works budget action RPG is making its way to Switch. In fact it’s making its way there quite quickly, releasing worldwide next week.
One of last year’s more original titles returns with a few new additions. RPGamer check out whether the updates puts the Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters in better stead.
Mecha RPGs have been sadly lacking in the West for the last decade. Arc System Works is perhaps hoping to start a revival with this short, but fairly sweet, isometric action title.
There’s not many games that are so ideally fit to win one of RPGCast’s oddball yearly awards, but one such title is out this week. Though at least the ghosts in 2015’s likely Best Scooby-Doo Plot are the real thing.