At PAX West 2018, Killer 7 writer, director, and designer Goichi Suda fill us in about his cult classic's upcoming PC remaster.
The hits keep on coming.
The Ys 8 fixes are coming, and they're coming at launch.
Three times the charm.
The cult-classic is getting a PC release.
During a bug hunt, NISA found a problem that requires additional attention.
The PS4 already received the revised localization as a patch in January.
President Takuro Yamashita reaffirms support for PS4 version of SNK Heroines.
NIS America has sent out emails detailing the attack to affected customers.
NIS America is bringing the Falcom adventure to Nintendo's platform.
"[T]he quality of the Ys VIII localization has not reached an acceptable level by our own standards"
At last, a true hero emerges. Caution: spoilers for trial one. (But not beyond.)
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is more of the murderous friendship building simulator you know and love.
The squad decides that landing a beachhead on the Switch isn't enough.
Disgaea 5 Complete is a faithful return to the PlayStation 4 original, letting you play Disgaea 5 on the go.
The next Danganronpa is coming to our shores as Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.
Two Touhou titles are coming to North America next year.
The first two games in Spike Chunsoft's breakout visual novel series are finally coming to a "real" console (you monsters).
Kadokawa Games' tactical RPG is heading Westward. Starving tactics fans rejoice.
Not that they needed to; their lineup of niche software stands on its own.
NIS America decides to be open and honest about why it's making changes to Criminal Girls 2.
While its intriguing premise isn't the only novel element this dungeon crawler brings to the table, it's ultimately business as usual.
NIS America outlines a year in which they will try to expand their audience via both the PC and PlayStation 4.
The first Disgaea heads to PC as NIS potentially rethinks its console focus.
Yuji Naka's pet project definitely doesn't feel like it was five years in the making.
Disgaea is still the same game at its core, but more systems and a new cast keep it moving forward.
Spike-Chunsoft's murder mystery "psychopop" thriller makes its inevitable move to the world of consoles with its latest installment.
Its title may be a mouthful, but Spike Chunsoft's spin-off certainly takes this visual novel series to interesting places.
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.