Root Letter: Last Answer is a touching experience but not without faults.
Root Film was unsurprisingly announced in the west, seeing Root Letter's worldwide popularity, but with no release estimate yet.
Story and character details on Root Letter's successor Root Film, whose main cast is voiced by idol seiyuu unit i☆Ris, of PriPara fame
Kadokawa Games and Akatsuki Entertainment announced a live-action Hollywood adaptation of Japanese mystery adventure game Root Letter.
Kadokawa Games Interview — President Discusses Strategy JRPGs, the Japanese Gaming Industry, and More
Kadokawa Games President Yoshimi Yasuda shares his insight as Producer of many games and veteran of the Japanese gaming industry.
Kadokawa Games has big plans 2018, including the reveal of new games for the Root Letter and Starly Girls franchises and updates to God Wars: Future Past.
Kadokawa Games teases a new Starly Girls JRPG for home consoles. This time around it's a mobile IP making its ways to bigger platforms.
Kadokawa Games has become, over the past couple of years, and increasingly prominent publisher in Japan, even thanks to the acquisition of Dark Souls developer From Software. President Yoshimi Yasuda, who is currently directing the company's strategy
Kadokawa Games' God Wars: Future Past will be released in the west in early 2017 courtesy of NIS America, but not a whole lot is known about the game just yet.
Kadokawa Games will be busy promoting Root Letter, God Wars and Demon Gaze 2 in 2016, but President Yoshimi Yasuda might have something else up his sleeve, as he mentioned on the Japanese website 4Gamer.
Today Kadokawa games released the last episode of KID TV, the Youtube "talk show" dedicated to Killer is Dead, starring Executive Director Goichi Suda, Creative Director Shin Hideyuki, Kadokawa Games CEO Yoshimi Yasuda (that worked on Killer
Kadokawa Games gives us a new Killer Is Dead video featuring the lovely "Cutie 3" (nicknamed Blonde Sniper, Preach Doll and Lovely Nurse) as they interview Grasshopper Manufacture's Goichi Suda (known as Suda51) and Kadokawa Games' Yoshimi