Two writers, three games, and an anime.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD | Ni No Kuni 2, Ultima Online, Zanki Zero and more headline this week's episode of the RPG podcast.
What is Danganronpa, and why do people love it so much? Our spoiler-free introductory guide might help you get started on the series.
Yoko Taro shares a list of his favorite PlayStation games.
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony has a release date, and we talked with creator Kazutaka Kodaka about what’s new and so harmonious about killing for the series’ third main entry.
The first two games in Spike Chunsoft's breakout visual novel series are finally coming to a "real" console (you monsters).
Consoles are cool, but Japanese developers and publishers are finding out that Western audiences are on Steam.
The creative force behind some of gaming's greatest murder mysteries shares his thoughts on what makes his strange universe tick.
Spike-Chunsoft's murder mystery "psychopop" thriller makes its inevitable move to the world of consoles with its latest installment.
While it lacks the punch of the series' complex murder mysteries, this spin-off proves great writing can sometimes save a shallow experience.
Its title may be a mouthful, but Spike Chunsoft's spin-off certainly takes this visual novel series to interesting places.
NIS' efforts brought the entire Danganronpa series to the USA in just one year—spoiling anyone who's a fan of mystery, mayhem, and text-heavy adventure games.
Spike Chunsoft's intriguing mix of Battle Royale and Ace Attorney debuted in America with one of the best English language adaptations in years. We talked to NIS America's crack team of localizers to find out how they pulled off this nearly impossible task.
Don't let the anime aesthetic fool you—Spike Chunsoft's ambitious sequel contains some of the best writing you'll ever see in a video game.
Pete and Cassandra delve into Spike Chunsoft's latest adventure for Vita -- a compelling, bleak and fascinating adventure through the darkness in human hearts, and whether everyone really does have a "price."
The upcoming visual novel-cum-adventure game from the developer behind 999 and Virtue's Last Reward is shaping up to be something rather special. Pete investigates, trying not to end up dead himself in the process. Puhuhuhuhu.
Japanese game specialist NIS America has just announced two new Vita games coming to the Western market.