The fan favorite tower defense game gets a sequel in HD a decade later on Switch, Steam, and PS4.
Spike Chunsoft wants to publish its own games in the United States.
At last, a true hero emerges. Caution: spoilers for trial one. (But not beyond.)
What is Danganronpa, and why do people love it so much? Our spoiler-free introductory guide might help you get started on the series.
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is more of the murderous friendship building simulator you know and love.
Fire Pro Wrestling World is a great game, but being able to create and share all these characters is why it's amazing.
There's a new survival game afoot from the folks at Spike Chunsoft.
The next Danganronpa is coming to our shores as Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.
The first two games in Spike Chunsoft's breakout visual novel series are finally coming to a "real" console (you monsters).
Spike Chunsoft's latest visual novel has a Japanese release date.
The original console roguelike returns to show the new kids how it's done.
The final chapter of the Zero Escape trilogy arrives after four long years—but can Spike-Chunsoft craft a satisfying conclusion to this innovative series?
The final installment of Zero Escape drops the "visual novel" element, but retains the series' high-stakes world of dark mysteries.
Consoles are cool, but Japanese developers and publishers are finding out that Western audiences are on Steam.
Bandai Namco Entertainment is bringing a ton of fan-favorite titles to North America in 2016 and beyond.
Spike-Chunsoft's murder mystery "psychopop" thriller makes its inevitable move to the world of consoles with its latest installment.
Constant dangers rising from the depths help make this addictive RPG mash-up equally ascendant.
We speak to director Yukari Yoroko on the workings of Atlus and Spike Chunsoft's upcoming dungeon crawler.
Although it holds faithful to the two series whose names it bears, Etrian Mystery Dungeon offers more than just an RPG mash-up.
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.
Two of Japan's most dungeony dungeon crawlers will be teaming up to kill everyone without remorse in 2015.
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.
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In this week's JPgamer, Pete delves into his backlog to explore one of the most interesting games on the Nintendo DS: Chunsoft's visual novel-cum-room escape adventure Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors.
Japanese game specialist NIS America has just announced two new Vita games coming to the Western market.