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One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 - Review

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 lands on Nintendo Switch in a musou that carries the limits of the genre, but perfect for fans of the opera.
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Fairy Tail, Gildarts enters the roster of characters that will be playable

Koei Tecmo has just announced what will be the sixteenth character on the roster available on Fairy Tail, a title that will be launched on the market starting June 25, 2020. One of the most important additions ...
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PlayStation Now, many Koei Tecmo titles added to the catalog

The Sony-owned streaming service, dedicated to use on proprietary consoles and PCs, PlayStation Now is now enriched with many Koei Tecmo titles. Between the year of the newly added games in the catalog we find ...

Nioh - 3 million copies sold

Nioh, the souls-like action title developed by Koei Tecmo, recently reached 3 million copies sold since its launch in February 2017. Initially exclusive Playstation, to contribute to this fantastic result was also the ...
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Persona 5 Scramble was to be a "Persona Warriors"

In an interview that appeared in the latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation, important members of the staff of Atlus and Koei Tecmo said that the sequel to Persona 5 could have looked more like a Persona Musou (Warriors). In the interview the two ...
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Gameplay video for Fairy Tail RPG

Koei Tecmo America showed a promotional video subtitled in English for his RPG based on the anime and manga of Fairy Tail, the work of Hiro Mashima. https://youtu.be/UlHOzGxq02c KOEI Tecmo Games will release the Playstation game ...

Koei Tecmo announces a video game on Fairy Tail

A press release from Koch Media warns us that Koei Tecmo has developed a video game (planned for the 2020) on "Fairy Tail", a well-known manga by Hiro Mashima. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4ZSp2bmkso Today, KOEI TECMO Europe is happy to reveal ...

Romance of the three kingdoms returns on PC and PlayStation 4

A press release from Koei Tecmo warns us that Romance of the three Kingdoms is under development and will soon return to PlayStation 4 and PC. Koei Tecmo is proud to announce the return ...
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Monster Rancher, announced a port for the game

The very first Monster Rancher game was released on PlayStation in the 1997 and today Koei Tecmo announced that there will be a port this year.
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Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle is finally available

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle is finally available from today 5 July for: Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC and Xbox One. The third season of the anime is just over. Alas we should wait another ...
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Dead or Alive 6 - In the Season Pass 1 a pinch of King of ...

The first two characters of the DLC announced in the 1 Season Pass of Dead or Alive 6 have been announced. These are two wrestlers belonging to the world of King of Fighters or in this case they will be: ...

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle - let's discover the new title trailer

Koch Media, through a press release, updates us on AOT 2: Final Battle, the tie-in of the well-known Attack on Titan manga. KOEI TECMO Europe has revealed new details on the thrilling storyline of AOT 2: Final Battle, focused ...
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Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation available for everyone via web browser

Koei Tecmo has published the web browser version of Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation, freely playable by anyone.
Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle coming to PC and Console

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle available soon

Koei Tecmo has announced the release of a new game set in the post-apocalyptic fantasy universe created by Hajime Isayama. The new chapter entitled Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle expands on what was already created in the previous title ...

Summertime 2, Netflix announces the second season

After the success of the first season, Netflix confirms that Summertime, the original Italian series produced by Cattleya - part of ITV Studios -, will return ...

Catherine: Full Body - A demo for Nintendo Switch is coming soon

Nintendo Switch players may receive a little taste of Catherine: Full Body even before its actual release, scheduled for 7 ...

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