Freeze glitch be damned! One of the best RPGs of 2009 finally gets the recognition it deserves.

WARNING! A new Darius is approaching fast! We also have a moefied version of The Incredible Machine in Coro Pata, the mesmerizing Akuma Hunters, and a new entry in the Atelier series.

Its summary also hints at the possibility that everyone’s phallic friend Mara might make an appearance.

Pictures of what appears to be the new character select screen for Super Street Fighter IV have been making the rounds. Four open slots remain!

Hiro Maekawa discusses how others tried to discourage him from localizing Harvest Moon and why cultural differences should be considered when bringing games over from Japan.

Adol Christin from Ys and Estelle Bright from Sora no Kiseki pose for their fans. We also have some sketches for six of the characters that we’ll be seeing in Falcom’s upcoming fighting game mashup.

Square Enix has nothing to fear as Final Fantasy XIII’s only real competition are Queen’s Blade, Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, and Mobile Suit Gundam anime-based games.

This week Blaster Master finally made its way onto the Wii Virtual Console. The game is known for having one of the best soundtracks on the old NES. Area 3 happens to be my favorite.

Christmas is almost upon us. Let’s celebrate with some holiday-themed wallpaper!

December 14 marks the day when Metroidvania fans can once again see how Sunsoft perfected the formula long before Super Metroid and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night existed.

The first official Sakura Wars game to be released in the US will finally be in your hands on March 23, 2010.

NISA just sent out the box art for Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love for the PS2 and Wii. Sorry Gemini Sunrise fans – this time she has to share the cover with everyone else!

Luminous Arc 3: Eyes combines SRPG and dating sim elements into one nice little package and the original Silent Hill receives a re-imagining in the form of Silent Hill: Shattered Memories.

The two show how serious they are by announcing that Blaster Master will be making its way onto the Wii Virtual Console later this month!

PSP importers get a Phantasy Star Portable sequel while their DS counterparts get a port for Yggdra Unison.

Capcom takes a step in the right direction with Final Fight: Double Impact.

Princess Reko and her beetle Kiniro return for more bullet-hell action this week. Let’s celebrate!

The fourth season of Ikkitousen is now in development. In it, a new character named Ma Chao will join the cast in an original story that is not based on the manga.

American Xbox 360 owners finally get a chance to experience a Cave shooter in the region-free Mushihimesama Futari Ver 1.5.

Little King’s Story may look like your typical cutesy Wii game, but its less than innocent take on death, polygamy, imperialism, and religion as well as its ego-crushing difficulty show that you shouldn’t always judge a book by its cover.

The resurrection of Wizardry gives Etrian Odyssey and Dark Spire fans another dungeon crawaler to lose themselves in and Calling: Kuroki Chakushin attempts survival horror on the Wii.

“Even though we’re from completely different areas, it does raise my spirits to get to know people who are working really hard and suffering in agony but continue to still create new work.”

Kenichiro Takaki answers our questions about Half-Minute Hero, Sakura Note, and Ikki Tousen: Eloquent Fist.

FUNimation hypes next week’s release of Evangelion: 1.01 You Are (Not) Alone by posting the first nine minutes of the movie online.

Phantasy Star 0 becomes the game Phantasy Star Online fans have been waiting for and Lunar: The Silver Star gets a portable update in Lunar: Harmony of Silver Star.

Marvelous Entertainment’s Yoshiro Kimura tells us a thing or two about Little King’s Story.

Yusuke Hashimoto talks character designs, names, similarities to other games, and style vs. substance.

We knew this was coming after Amazon put the game up for pre-order with a March 10 release date. Now it’s official.

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