[email protected] social game has over 100 characters too plus brand new idols.
The [email protected] is so successful in Japan even Paris headquartered Gameloft is piggybacking off its success with a DSiWare game called Idol Nights.
D3 Publisher’s hostess dating sim Dream C Club is inspired by the success of The [email protected], but the link between the two titles may be deeper. Let’s take a look at character art from both games.
Namco Bandai and Sony are partnering to bring live [email protected] shows to PlayStation Home next year.
Microsoft also added a chart for this year’s top ranked downloadable content in Japan on Xbox Live.
Namco Bandai just joined the out of place crossover list. Tales of Graces has [email protected]: Dearly Stars and Hatsune Miku costumes.
Microsoft has a totally different Xbox 360 Games on Demand launch line up. In an attempt to cater to local tastes there are two [email protected] games on the list and Cavia’s brain shooting action game, Bullet Witch.
The [email protected]: Dearly Stars packs a surprise. A secret you wouldn’t suspect about Ryo, the rightmost idol on the box.
Namco Bandai shined some light on how Nintendo DSi enhanced games work with screenshots from [email protected]: Dearly Stars. Plug the game into a DSi and you get more menu options.
Soon you’ll be able to play classic Namco arcade games like Dig Dug and Pac-Man in PlayStation Home. Namco Bandai announced Namco Museum Essentials, a localized version of Namco Museum.comm, is slated to come out in July.
The first [email protected]: Dearly Stars trailer is meant to introduce the new idols, but I think Namco Bandai inadvertently announced camera support.
It took me an hour with [email protected] SP to come to the conclusion that it is one of the best PSP games to be released this year. It took me a week to realize it may be one of the best PSP games released for the system. Aside from the ludicrous price of the downloadable […]