Welcome to this new episode of DualShockers Weekly. We hope that you all had an enjoyable week full of gaming. In case you were not able to keep up with the latest gaming news, don’t worry, as we are here to help you catching up.
That being said, here are the five stories that proved most popular between February 21st and February 28th.
The Shin Megami Tensei series is quite popular among some of our readers. Well, it looks like the time has come to make your voice heard. Atlus launched a customer survey in Japan probing customers about their gaming and non-gaming habits. One of the questions asked players on what platform they would like to purchase a new Shin Megami Tensei game. If you would like to cast your vote, you can read the article to know more and find the link.
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End‘s release date is nearing and Sony Interactive Entertainment released an amazing story trailer this week, making the hype grow even stronger among players. A new press kit was also released including ten new screenshots in shiny 1080p, featuring the game in all its beauty. Check them out as they are quite a delight to the eye.
Daum Games’ beautiful MMORPG Black Desert Online will be launching on March 3rd. During the second Closed Beta, we caught a glimpse of the lovely cosmetic items that will be available for purchase with real money in the cash shop: from cool armors, to cute pets… even including sexy lingerie. Obviously, we took many screenshots for you to enjoy and see all this goodness. You can check them out in the article.
Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi and Bravely Default developer Silicon Studio announced with a press release that they will be working together on a new game. Besides the illustration accompanying the press release, no platform or further information have been revealed so far, but Hironobu Sakaguchi himself commented that the game will be quite a promising one. You can read more in the article.
NIS America will be localizing to the west Mages.’ visual novel Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness, based on the eponymous popular anime. Surprisingly, the game will be skipping the Xbox One platform and will only be released on PS4, PS Vita and PC in Spring 2016. You can watch the announcement trailer and a handful of screenshots in the article.