Code Veronica X was the updated port of the original Dreamcast game released for the PS2 and GameCube by Capcom. They also released it for the Dreamcast in Japan only as Biohazard Code: Veronica Kanzenban.
The updated version of the game contained several new cutscenes spliced into the main story, along with several other minor gameplay changes.
Well, now you can play it from start to finish in English thanks to truemaster1 of the Assembler Games forum.
Head over to this thread, download the necessary files, and read the instructions thoroughly.
He mentions there are still some small issues with the game, but they’re beyond his abilities and hopes someone will step forward to polish his version up.
Source: [ Assembler Games, via SegaNerds ]
Tags: dreamcast, fan translation, resident evil: code veronica
Atlus has announced that European players will be getting their hands on Persona V on February 14th, 2017 – the same day it launches in the Americas!
In addition, the same launch and limited edition packages will be available for purchase. In fact, you can pre-order them now!
This is great news for European fans, who have been left in the dark for long waits on even announcements of new Sega and Atlus games in recent years. Let’s make this a trend, gang!
Tags: persona v, ps4
The Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X demo is now available for the American and European markets. Get on your PS4 or PS Vita and fetch it!
Hit the jump to check out all of the DLC Sega will be releasing and the most recent trailer. Continue reading
Tags: hatsune miku: project diva x, ps4, vita
YouTuber automoemo shows off his robot of Virtua Fighter’s Akira Yuki, created with a 3D printer. This thing is just so cool to watch move. The robot comes in at 19.6 inches in height and it’s based off of the recently released Figma action figure.
Sources: [ VirtuaFighter.com, via SegaBits ]
Tags: akira yuki, fan project, virtua fighter
Etrian Odyssey V was reviewed in Famitsu and has landed a 35/40 score with glowing praise for it’s character creation system.
The game was released this past week in Japan on August 4th, 2016 and can be ordered from the usual outlets. A collector’s edition is still available that’s a good deal more expensive but comes with a nice hardcover artbook, DLC and more.
A Western release has yet to be announced for the game. Hit the jump to read the reviews! Continue reading
Tags: 3ds, Etrian Odyssey V
Atlus has released a new Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Demon trailer and a list of all of the upcoming DLC for the Nintendo 3DS game.
The trailer showcases some of the more than 450 friggin’ demons that are in the game. Hit the jump to watch the trailer and read about all of the DLC. Continue reading
Tags: 3ds, shin megami tensei iv: apocalypse
Great news if you’ve been putting off the last great American PS3 release! Yakuza 5 is free with PS Plus during the month of August!
That’s right! The game I thoroughly enjoyed can be yours for absolutely nothing if you are already subscribed to the service. All you need to do is dust off your PS3, make sure your controller is charged, and get ready for a great experience!
Is the game worth the trouble? Well, yeah! After all, I did sum up my review with the following passage:
If you needed a reason to either pull your PS3 back out or fire it back up, then Yakuza 5 is it. I don’t think I’ve ever played through a better crime drama in video game form. The fifth entry in the series is an intriguing thriller that keeps building until it’s climax and then leaves it’s players with plenty to do afterwards.
Normally, the game is priced at $39.99 for the digital download. Paying for even one month of PS Plus at $9.99 to grab and enjoy this wonderful game is a bargain! It’s most definitely capable of filling in your one month of service if you shoot for platinum!
Tags: yakuza 5
Today marks the 25th anniversary of Streets of Rage‘s original release!
Of course, the game was released originally in Japan as Bare Knuckle with this fantastic cover gracing it’s case.
Where were you when you first encountered Streets of Rage?
My Uncle was in his late teens while I was 9 years old in the fall of 1991. He had obtained a Sega Genesis fairly early and I always looked forward to trying the latest games out when we visited. It was at his house that I first experienced Altered Beast, Golden Axe, and many other classic Sega games.
Somehow the arcade games simply had not been available in my area, with mostly Capcom and Namco machines filling the spots in the entryways of grocery and corner stores. You know, the usual places a young man would find arcade cabinets in the late 1980s in rural America!
So it was on an all-too short visit to my Uncle’s house that I would first discover Streets of Rage. I recall having seen some coverage of it in magazines prior, but the printed page and text simply could not communicate the experience that this game offers.
As we all know, the game is great. A wonderful rival for Capcom’s Final Fight with aesthetics and a soundtrack that blows it’s competitor away.
How do you feel when reflecting on 25 years of pounding asses to thumping music?
I feel… wonderful!
Tags: altered beast, final fight, genesis, golden axe, streets of rage
Hey guys, this is just a quick video to make sure you know that the 7th Dragon III Code: VFD demo is now out on the American nintendo 3ds eshop.
Tags: 3ds, 7th dragon iii code: vfd
It’s been roughly a month since my last upload of any kind due to real life commitments. Here’s a short video to announce my return!
New videos coming shortly. I’ve been mulling over how to break the seal on this return and decided to just make it happen! I hope some of you old farts get a kick out of Ray Wise or the Shinobi stuff.
See you again soon!