The Metal Max universe features humans struggling for survival in a post-apocalyptic setting overrun with tanks. The latest trailer from NIS America confirms the existence of girls in this world as well.
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Momotaro, once an adversary to God Wars protagonist Kaguya, becomes playable in God Wars: The Complete Legend. A new trailer teases his upcoming arrival on Switch.
With Metal Max Xeno just over a month away, NIS America has released a new trailer highlighting its tank-based combat. Some encounters can be dealt with rather quicker than others.
Kadokawa Games has revealed a Japanese date for RPG Maker MV’s console version, which NIS America is bringing west next year. The company also provided a few extra details concerning sharing options of created games.
The God Wars are returning although there isn’t a lot of information for it yet. Instead, a brief introduction to two new characters will have to suffice.
An all-new trailer for the Switch release of God Wars shows off its packed-in DLC, The Labyrinth of Yomi. Owners of the PS4 and Vita versions will be able to purchase the new content digitally as well.
Anime Expo kicks off today in Los Angeles. NIS America began things by announcing a selection of new releases coming in 2019.
Kadokawa Games’ follow-up-slash-spin-off to El Shaddai takes things in a rather different gameplay direction. Though the spirit-summoning dungeon-crawler invites some obvious comparisons, there are enough distinguishing elements to make it worth a look.
Kadokawa Games’ dungeon-crawling RPG The Lost Child is out now in North America. The game arrives on console, handheld, and hybrid with a launch trailer appearing with it.
The Lost Child arrives in North America in only a couple days, and RPGamer got to try it out a few days before it’s official launch. See what’s in store for those who want to dive into the life of an occult reporter who sees a little too much of the world around him.
In the latest video clip leading up to The Lost Child’s release, Lua details one of the game’s key concepts. Layers are invisible dungeons hidden all over Tokyo, filled with demons.
North America and Europe are finally receiving a mainline Metal Max game. Kadokawa Games’ Metal Max Xeno is making the trip west at the end of September.
NIS America has provided a new video snippet from The Lost Child. This clip gives a quick event featuring the store owner Leon.
Switch owners interested in God Wars have a new trailer to inspect, one that gives a brief glimpse of different aspects of the game. There is also an appearance of a brand new character.
RPGamers can become embroiled a holy feud between angels, demons, and fallen angels next month when The Lost Child releases. A new video introduces a pair of characters who fall in the last of those categories.
Plenty of RPGs have a mystery at their core, but few have the main character play as a journalist. Add in a good helping of dungeon-crawling demon combat and that’s a winning situation.
Metal Max Xeno releases this week in Japan, receiving one last batch of info and screenshots. Those waiting for its western release later this year can at least read up on the game’s character classes.
Metal Max Xeno’s western release has been confirmed by NIS America, albeit on just a single platform. With the game just about to release in Japan, Kadokawa Games also provided a final Japanese trailer.
The Lost Child has a new trailer focusing on the mysterious beings known as Astrals. Any similarities with other groups of supernatural entities are purely coincidental.
Now this latest batch of screenshots for Xeno has what I’ve been taught to expect from the Metal Max series. Namely, a massive dinosaur fused with a battleship.