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XSEED Games just announced that the open-world action title, Way of the Samurai 4, developed by ACQUIRE and published by Spike in Japan, will be released in North America as a digital download on the PSN on August 21. It will cost $39.99, and is exclusive to the PS3.
The latest entry in the popular long-running series, Way of the Samurai 4 takes players on a journey through post-isolationist Japan, allowing them to choose an allegiance in the midst of an ongoing power struggle between three competing factions.
XSeed Games has let us know that a new patch is available for Sumioni: Demons Arts. What is included in said patch? Well, aside from the usual “improvements to address some minor issues and increase performance”, we will also have access to new stages, a ranking leaderboard, an art viewer and a BGM player! You can get started by reading our review of Sumioni: Demons Arts in case you haven’t already, and then just buy the game to get the new update!
Sumioni is a game developed by ACQUIRE Corp. and published by Xseed Games for the PlayStation Vita. In Sumioni, you control an “Inkdemon” by the name of Agura, who was summoned to save Japan from being destroyed. Agura is a very lazy demon and really did not want to do much more than go back to sleep, but he was coerced into helping by two other demons that follow him on his adventure as summon spells.
Welcome to the abandoned and (reportedly) demolished halls of Heavenly Host Elementary School, where vengeful spirits dwell and the fires of corporeal existence are repeatedly and mercilessly snuffed. We hope you enjoy the tour, as it’s not about to end anytime soon. It may even last an eternity…
At this accursed school, a series of incidents occurred in which, ultimately, four students were kidnapped… and murdered. And though this ocurred 30 years ago, the corpse party still continues to this very day.
This is a the story of a faraway land. 2000 years before the current era.
Avrul, god of creation made the Draguun, a race of beings bearing the bloodline of the dragon gods. They excelled in the mystic arts and built a prosperous civilization, ruling over the world for many years. However, the Draguun were also an arrogan people, and eventually fell to the powerful magics that they themselves created. After the disappearance of the Draguun, wars broke out amongst the remaining, uncontrolled racers until in the land of Athals, the empire of Darua united the peoples of their land.
Thus began the age of Athals.