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Exist Archive The Other Side

Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky to be released in North America

Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky to be released in North America

Ron Duwell

While I often like to say how I miss gaming in the 90s, one thing I certainly don’t mind being rid of is missing out on all the weird, obscure Japanese games that nobody would take a gamble on. We live in a day and age where dozens of quality localization teams will make the impossible happen, and Aksys Games is one of them. The California based publisher, most famous for its excellent...

Tokyo Game Show 2015 Game of Show - Sony's dominance, the return of tri-Ace

Tokyo Game Show 2015 Game of Show - Sony's dominance, the return of tri-Ace

Ron Duwell

Why do we even call this "Tokyo Game Show" anymore? Microsoft and Nintendo didn't tag along to tout their wares this year, so the convention more or less became Sony's show to lose. The Japanese mega corporation did everything but that. The convention this year could just as easily been called "PlayStation Experience Japan Edition," and the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita only looked that...

Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky first screenshots for PS4, PS Vita

Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky first screenshots for PS4, PS Vita

Ron Duwell

Spike Chunsoft and tri-Ace revealed their original IP, Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky, in a 14 page Famitsu spread as promised complete with the first batch of online screenshots. If it doesn’t look like a PlayStation 4 game, that’s because it was also made with the PS Vita in mind. The game’s description fits the gameplay. Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky is a side-...

Exist Archive is the new JRPG from Spike Chunsoft and tri-Ace, plenty of similarities to Valkyrie Profile

Exist Archive is the new JRPG from Spike Chunsoft and tri-Ace, plenty of similarities to Valkyrie Profile

Ron Duwell

Well, I wasn't entirely wrong. I predicted the JRPG from Spike Chunsoft that was promised 14 pages in Famitsu would either be Dragon Quest Mystery Dungeon or a brand new original title since nothing else in Spike Chunsoft's library demands such attention. When it was announced that Star Ocean developer tri-Ace was aboard, that threw Dragon Quest out the window, leaving only one other...