Articles tagged with: Disgaea
Contrary to popular opinion, voice acting can be an extremely stressful job, and painfully difficult to sustain a livelihood from. However, a handful of talented people make the job look (and sound) easy, and their extensive portfolios are a testament to their skills. This week, PS3 Attitude is paying tribute to five of our favourite voice actors, and taking a look at their established careers.
As you’re well aware, our fearless leader will be running one of the toughest 10k obstacle courses in the country. Not only that, but he’ll be doing it all for charity. So far we’ve managed to raise a little more than £200 for GamesAid, PS3 Attitude’s charity of choice. We know we can do better than that, though. So, how about a little incentive to encourage donations?
We’ve scoured through the PS3 Attitude offices and contacted our loyal developer friends and have gathered up some awesome prizes that include video games, t-shirts, download codes, and a whole lot more.
Here’s what we have gathered so far and what you have to do for your chance to win…
NIS America today announced two new PS3 titles at a special Tokyo Game Show launch event, including a new IP from Tenchu developer Acquire called Clan of Champions and a sequel to Hyperdimension Neptunia. Both are slated for a spring 2012 release.
NIS America has announced that Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten will be released September 2011 in North American, with a European release date following shortly later in the fall, dood.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and believe us when we say that there are some incredibly talented teams included. We’ve now revealed fifty developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing another ten.
So much happened at the Tokyo Game Show that it’s easy to lose track of all the news. There were grown men crying, Samba Buses sliding, Dante looking hellish and Hell looking stylish; NIS embraced Hi-Res sprites and SEGA enlisted zombies. So basically we had a lot of shocks, surprises, some predictability and plenty of wow moments.
TGS, more than anything, showed that Japanese game development is still going strong today, despite rumours of the contrary. Japanese developers are still pumping out hugely inventive, aesthetically pleasing titles – the sort of games that make you say, “that must come from Japan.”
For this article, we have accumulate ten thoughts to take away from this year’s TGS. They weren’t all positive but most of them were…
Earlier we brought you the first footage of Disgaea 4, now we’ve got some more titbits to bring you. Don’t plan on booking any holidays next summer because you’re already booked in to play Disgaea 4.
Nippon Ichi Software will be revealing the next Disgaea game at the Tokyo Game Show in September. It will be the second game in the series to be released on PlayStation 3, the last being Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice which came out at the beginning of last year.
Japan was the first to receive an update to Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice allowing for trophy support in March of 2009. North America soon followed suit in July. European Disgaea fans can finally breathe a sigh of relief as trophy support is coming overseas on May 13th in Europe.
Nippon Ichi plans on focusing on the PS3 to help alleviate their financial issues.
Bad news for Japanese fans of crafting, synthesising and new PS3 RPGs in general, with news reaching us that the latest in the ever-growing PS3 stable of adventure games featuring characters with eyes the size of beachballs has sold out.
We take a look at the state of PS3 in Japan. With some big games coming out and a run in the hardware charts has Sony finally turned the corner in terms of the flagging success of the console in the region?
“Dear Square Enix; I’m confused. And if I’m confused then maybe others are confused. And confusion – let me remind you – is the enemy of game sales.
You see, you have so many RPG titles coming out in 2009 for the PlayStation 3, I really don’t know which way to turn and what to buy…”