A prudish louse from Fukushima, Japan going by the handle NaganegiPlus ratted to Sega’s customer support about a bug in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix for the Nintendo Switch where the idols’ panties could be seen due to a physics bug that would cause the skirts to glitch up above the girls’ waist so you could get a clear shot of their panties. Sega’s customer support responded saying that they would fix the glitch. Continue reading “Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix Patched To Remove Pantsu Bug”
Grounding Inc., released the official launch trailer for Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash for the PlayStation VR, which is due to release on February 25th. The launch trailer doesn’t look much like a VR game, nor does any part of it seem to showcase any gameplay mechanics that would require the game to be made in VR. Continue reading “Space Channel 5 VR Preps For February 25th Launch On PSVR”
[Update:] It appears as if TDriverGo’s other title, Hentai Sweet Battle, was also removed from Steam, indicating that Valve banned the publisher/developer’s catalog entirely. If you check the developer curator page, TDriverGo’s content is all gone. Hentai Sweet Battle released back in March of 2019, but was removed back on October 16th, 2019. So believe that Hentai Sweet Battle was removed because each month in the SteamDB the Adult’s Only tag was being added and removed. We don’t know why that was, but the game launched censored on Steam and required an R18+ off-site patch to add the adult content, as indicated in a Steam forum thread [backup] linking out to the R18+ patch and instructions on how to install it. An archive of the Steam store page did indicate that the game contained “nudity and sexual content”, but forum goers noted that all the content was censored. So we still don’t have a definitive reason as to why the games were banned and why TDriverGo was removed.
[Original article:] Valve is still banning games like like YouTube bans Conservatives. The latest victim of the taste police at Steam is Dance Dance Girl from Chinese developer TDriverGo. Not only was the game banned but all of its accompanying DLC was axed from Steam, too. While most people will shrug off the news because they don’t care, the reality is that the game wasn’t banned before its release but months after it released. Continue reading “Dance Dance Girl Banned From Steam Months After Release [Update]”
Developer Joysticks Studios and Publisher PQube Limited have come together to release Songbird Symphony on PS4, Switch, and Steam. The game is just $16.99, 10% off on Steam until August 1, on all platforms. The game itself is an amazing looking 2D pixel art platformer slash rhythm game. It also features full controller support on Steam as well as six different language interfaces. Continue reading “Songbird Symphony, Music-Rhythm Platformer Now Available”
Sega and Crypton Future Media announced that a new Hatsune Miku project is in the works and scheduled to release on the Nintendo Switch in 2020. The upcoming musical mega-mix will feature new and old songs alike, along with the vibrant cel-shaded colors that fans have become accustomed to from the Hatsune Miku franchise. Continue reading “Hatsune Miku Project Diva Mega 39’s Heads To Nintendo Switch In 2020”
PQube announced that Songbird Symphony, the quirky musical-platformer from Singaporean development outfit, Joysteak Studios, is scheduled to release on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and on Steam for PC starting July 25th. Continue reading “Songbird Symphony, Musical Platformer Arrives July 25th On PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC”
Chinese developer Aquatrax is set to release Invaxion soon on Steam, which is the PC version of a music-rhythm game on mobile devices called Zyon. The mobile game was temporarily banned by Google from the Google Play store because the characters had cleavage present in the imagery, and so they had to go back in and censor the game before re-releasing for it Android devices. A concerned gamer asked them about whether or not that kind of censorship would make its way into the Steam version of the game given Valve’s current inconsistent state of banning and forcing censorship on some games, and the developer addressed those concerns in the Steam forums. Continue reading “Invaxion Dev Addresses Censorship For Steam Release Following Google Play Censorship”
Chinese developer Aquatrax has been forced to censor the music-rhythm game, Zyon, after Google removed the game from the Google Play store for Anroid phones and tablets. The removal was due to the game containing “mature” content. Continue reading “Zyon, Music-Rhythm Game Removed From Google Play Until Devs Censor Female Characters”
I don’t own a VR contraption.
There are days however when I wish I did and yet, of what use would it be? Simulation racing, certainly, but what about the rest of the week when I couldn’t be bothered? Borrowing one to try the odd VR release every now and then, perhaps, seems like the best alternative. Continue reading “Must I Borrow an Oculus for Synth Riders?”
EvilCoGames announced that the music-rhythm fighting game, Terrorhythm TRRT, will officially launch on March 30th at the end of the month. Continue reading “Terrorhythm TRRT, Music-Rhythm Beat-’em-Up Launches March 30th For PC”
French developer Headbang Club announced that Double Kick Heroes is set to enter into Early Access on Steam starting April 11th this spring. The game is a heavy metal rhythm-shooter, where players take on the roles of five band members as they travel across the apocalyptic roads fighting zombies and Mad Max-style abominations using their heavily armed Gundillac. Continue reading “Double Kick Heroes, Heavy Metal Rhythm-Shooter Enters Early Access April 11th”
Atlus is gearing up to bring fans more Persona goodness come 2018. Not only will A1 Pictures have an animated series of Persona 5 ready next year, Atlus is set to bring Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night to Japanese gamers come May 24th, 2018. Continue reading “Persona 3 And Persona 5 Dancing Games To Launch On May 24th In Japan”
Merj Media has announced that the b-boy/b-girl dancing battle game, Floor Kids, is set to arrive on the Nintendo Switch this holiday season. The game was announced during a Nintendo Direct, and we didn’t get to see much of it since then. Continue reading “Floor Kids, Breakdancing Battle Game Heads To Nintendo Switch This Holiday”