After a rather long wait and temporarily dropping PlayStation VR support, D3Publisher’s quirky apartment manager simulator Happy Manager is finally releasing in Japan tomorrow, January 11th. In order to celebrate, the publisher is doing some healthy nickel and diming with some day one DLC packages focused on every otaku’s weak point: costumes. Shizuka will get three outfits:
In this week’s Weekly Famitsu, D3Publisher revealed Bullet Girls Phantasia for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita to launch spring 2018 in Japan. Bullet Girls Phantasia is the third installment of the Bullet Girls series that was originally a Vita exclusive. However, the game doesn’t take place in the military focus regions of the previous titles.
Omega Labyrinth Z launched today in Japan, and D3Publisher also released a batch of day one DLC. The tamest of the DLC is the Song of Memories set, including five different songs for five characters. It costs 600 yen (or 150 per song when purchased separately). The Z Blade and Z Shield set, that transform
If you’re familiar with many of the games that D3Publisher makes, you probably know the reason behind the headline, as the company just released a brand new trailer of its upcoming rogue-like JRPG Omega Labyrinth Z. The trailer is dedicated to one of the naughtiest parts of the fanservice-heavy game, the awakening mechanic. Basically, it