Danganronpa 1+2 Reload will launch on March 14 in North America and March 17 in Europe for PS4, NIS America announced.
Reload will feature ports of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, which both originally launched in 2014 for PS Vita in the West. The standard edition will cost $40 while the limited edition, which includes a collector's box, 40-page hardcover art book, 2-disc soundtrack, and other Monokuma related goodies, will cost $60.
Accompanying the announcement, NIS America also launched an official website for the game where you can go to learn more about the Danganronpa franchise and pre-order Reload.
The female-driven 21 Jump Street spinoff has found its writer, and possibly director, in 22 Jump Street scribe Rodney Rothman.
According to Deadline, Rothman recently turned in the latest draft of his script and is being eyed to direct the film that was first reported on in 2015. 21 and 22 Jump Street producer Neal Moritz will reportedly return for the spinoff.
The report also states the Jump Street/Men in Black crossover, MIB23, is still in development, despite Jump Street star Jonah Hill suggesting the crossover probably isn't going to happen back in August. "They’re trying to make all the deals," said Hill, "but it’s kind of impossible with all the Men in Black stuff."
Next week, two final teams will compete to take home the title of the first ever League of Legends City Champs champions.
The championship is down to four teams from four cities, with the two best competing on Tuesday, December 6. Currently teams representing Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, and Dallas are in the running for the final showdown.
The City Champs championship is "developed and produced" by Super League Gaming and features amateur League of Legends players from their respective cities.
The Los Angeles Shockwaves, Chicago Force, Miami Menace and Dallas Dynamite are comprised of players who made their team on the local level and are now competing for national glory.
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Build-A-Bear Workshop is now selling a Sonic the Hedgehog plush.
The soft, cuddly Sonic toy is a web exclusive, and he comes with a gold ring accessory and 4-by-6-inch print. Unlike other Build-A-Bear products, Sonic also comes pre-stuffed, and costs $35.
First 4 Figures announced today that their figure of Saitama from One-Punch Man is available for pre-order.
Standing at 24 inches tall "from the tip of the cape to the base", Saitama is one of the company's biggest Anime statues ever made. Check out the pictures below - click right to see them all:
Saitama comes in full-color packaging, has a hand-numbered base and an authenticity card, and the Exclusive version comes with the extra 'Maji' face. Two interchangeable heads are included.
The regular version is $349.99, but you can get $25 if you use the code 'OPMSR20', and the Exclusive version is $374.99, but you can get $25 off if you use the code 'OPMSX25'.
On this week's Xbox show, we ask Santa Spencer for some Xbox gifts as the holiday season gets in full swing. Plus: the Halo TV project returns...sort of, some neat stuff to play in December, and more!
Oh, and Unlocked now has its own snazzy new homepage! Bookmark this: go.ign.com/unlocked
Oculus co-founder Jack McCauley's fascinating career not only includes VR, but also designing the Guitar Hero controllers, the scrolling mouse wheel, and USB! We talk for an hour about all of it!
If you'd rather listen than watch, here's an audio-only download link.
Here are a couple of clips, first of McCauley explaining how he believes that the future of VR isn't necessarily going to be primarily found in gaming:
And here's McCauley discussing the origins of the scrolling computer mouse wheel, which he originally intended for a very different purpose:
Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone (now is the time to finally break out the holiday music, in case you were wondering), but plenty of deals are still live. No need to hunt them all down, though! We'll be updating this article as deals continue to come and go, so add a bookmark and keep checking back.
A new poster for The LEGO Batman Movie has been revealed, highlighting the upcoming film's varied cast of DC Comics characters.
Over two dozen DC heroes and villains can be seen in the poster, which was posted on iTunes Trailers' Twitter earlier today, including Batman, Robin, Batgirl, Joker, Harley Quinn, Superman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, and many others.
Image via iTunes Trailers on Twitter
The LEGO Batman Movie hits theaters February 10, with a voice cast that features Will Arnett, Michael Cera, Ralph Fiennes, and Rosario Dawson.
Jyn Erso apparently knows kung fu in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Actress Felicity Jones talked about her kung fu training for the film on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. And after a short display of her skills, the first Rogue One clip debuted (see below), showing Erso's awesome moves in action.
Jump to 3:10 for the clip
Needless to say, Erso has no problem stopping multiple Stormtroopers in Rogue One.
Early ticket sales for Rogue One aren't topping The Force Awakens, but the Star Wars standalone story is still tracking to open with a $130 million domestic haul.
FX has officially ordered a pilot for Mayans MC, the spinoff series to Kurt Sutter's Sons of Anarchy.
Sutter will direct the pilot, the script for which he co-wrote with Elgin James. Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions are producing the pilot, with both Sutter and James on board to executive produce. Production is set to begin this coming March.
Mayans MC takes place in a "post Jax Teller world." The story will center around a man named EZ Reyes, "a prospect in the Mayan MC charter on the Cali/Mexi border" who has a thirst for retribution against the cartel.
Gears of War 4 is getting a big update on December 6, which will add two new maps, several fixes, new features like a Daily Rewards system, and more.
New maps enter public playlists on December 13 for free, but Season Pass holders will have access early, on December 6. The maps include a district called Speyer that is "a still image of pre-Locust War life," and a military fortress called Glory, complete with a mounted turret overlooking an open courtyard. As a result, the Gridlock and Relic maps will be rotated out of the public playlists for now.
Additional improvements and features include a Daily Rewards system, vertical split-screen for Windows 10, audio/video adjustments, and more.