iTunes - Podcast RSS Feed - Podcast RSS Feed - News RPGFan YouTube Channel RPGFan on Facebook RPGFan on Twitter


RPGFan Social Links
Konami Gamers' Day Report
01.29.05 - 2:33 AM

At its annual Gamers Day, Konami showed off its line-up of upcoming titles for the new year. While the focus of this year's event was on the company's offerings for PlayStation Portable and Nintendo DS, the previously announced second PlayStation 2 installment of Castlevania, titled Castlevania: Curse of Darkness also made its debut in San Francisco. The second installment of the series exhibited at the event is Castlevania DS. The sequel to Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow for GameBoy Advance will be available sometime in the fall.

While both Castlevania games had been announced prior to the event, Konami also had a few new announcements to make. Lost in Blue, an original Nintendo DS-based RPG was one of these announcements. After a major sea disaster, the young protagonist awakens on a seemingly deserted island. Eventually he runs into the game's 17-year old heroine and the two must find a way to survive on the island together. Therefore, they have to master various skills ranging from hunting and searching for food to building tools. Lost in Blue will be released in August.

On the PlayStation Portable front, Konami has picked up the exclusive publishing rights to Hudson's action RPG Rengoku: The Tower of Purgatory. Released in Japan yesterday, the game's North American version will be available sometime this spring.


Back

Chris Winkler





Featured Content
The Blackwell Epiphany Review
The Blackwell Epiphany
Review
Demon Gaze
Demon Gaze
Review
Why Visual Novel Censorship Is A Good Move
Why Visual Novel Censorship Is A Good Move
Editorial
Moebius: Empire Rising Review
Moebius: Empire Rising
Review
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II Preview
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II
Preview
Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars Review
Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars
Review
Broken Age: Act I Review
Broken Age: Act I
Review