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Game news from Japan

Phantasy Star Online 2 – Episode 5 update launching in Japan...

There are not many developers I really admire, but SEGA is definitely one of them due to their dedication in updating Phantasy Star Online...

Phantasy Star Online 2 – Episode 5 and Hero class arriving...

Revealed a couple of weeks ago by developer SEGA at the annual fan festival event, a new class known as Hero will be added...

Final Fantasy XIV – New video explores development team size

Being in the game industry for the past decade, I have always been curious about the number of staff it takes to make...

Caravan Stories – Cross-platform Japanese MMORPG announced

Aiming Inc, one of the top mobile studios in Japan, recently announced its latest title, Caravan Stories. It was confirmed that the MMORPG will support cross-platform...

Dragon Nest – Japan server roadmap teases new spin-off classes and...

The team at Dragon Nest Japan recently held a community meeting, disclosing what are some of the new features they can look forward to...

Emil Chronicle Online – Japan server shutting down this August

Emil Chronicle Online, otherwise known as ECO, was first published back in 2005. Since then, the various overseas servers have closed due to publisher...

Webzen – Japan subsidiary formed to operate new PC and mobile...

Earlier this week, Webzen announced it has formed a new subsidiary, Webzen Japan, to oversee the Japanese market. Starting from May, when contracts with...

Soul Worker – New playable character enters Japan server today

Soul Worker has launched in Japan for some time now, and the final character seen in the debut animation has finally arrived in the server....

Phantasy Star Online 2 – PVP arriving in Japan server after...

Unlike the failed Southeast Asia server, Phantasy Star Online 2 is still one of the top online games in Japan. Developer SEGA recently announced...

Dragon’s Dogma Online – Persona 5 crossover happening later next month

Capcom announced an intriguing crossover for Dragon's Dogma Online earlier, as fellow Japanese developer Atlus will be visiting with its own game, Persona 5....