My introduction into the world of Japanese Visual Novels via Persona 3 blog post now up on DESTRUCTOID, don’t forget to UP VOTE it!
After spending over a week perfecting my introductory experience of how Visual Novels slowly infused into my gaming rotation, the article has been finalized and uploaded to Destructoid.com so that hopefully more exposure will come both to HiddenDefinition and VN’s, quid pro quo. If you’re interested about the Persona universe or just curious about what a Visual Novel is I ask that you please check out my blog post on Destructoid. Click on the link below to be directed to my article and if you like it, please up vote it so it gains more exposure:
“Persona 3: Birth of Spring” full-length theatrical anime a hit in Japan
While the Persona franchise may have a cult following that continually grows larger with each release in the West, the series has exploded and become as popular as ever in it’s native land of origin (Japan Man!), demonstrated by the new feature length movie Birth of Spring, released to Japanese cinemas on November 23rd, 2013. The movie closely follows the events of P3 the game, tying in to the first several hours of gameplay for the plot of the film. There have been several trailers released, showing off the awesome visual style unique to the Persona series and the film, including the one below. Watch and enjoy:
The Walking Dead Season 2 begins with digital release of Episode 1, “All That Remains”available now
If you have yet to play Telltale’s “The Walking Dead” Episodic adventure series, I recommend that before you jump into the first digital release of Season 2 entitled “All That Remains” it would be in your best interest (for the continuity of the story) to start off with the physical disc compilation of Season 1. Now available as the recently released GOTY Edition for the MSRP of $29.99 (XBOX 360, PS3 and PS VITA) that includes the bonus episode“400 Days” which dropped as a exclusive digital download a few months back OR you can buy the original retail, disc version for around $14.99-$19.99 used or new (which was released last December). If you don’t own any variant of the game, physical or digital, then the extra content included with the GOTY Edition makes it the definitive version to buy. Since I enjoy the concept of retail ownership, I will probably wait until Telltale inevitably publishes the tangible copy of Season 2. Until then, for those of you that prefer not waiting another 6 months to a year, you can buy “All That Remains”, starring Clementine (as the playable character) digitally on PSN, XBOX Live and PC/STEAM for around $4.99 or $20.00 for the Season Pass. Here’s the NA Box Art for the Game of the Year Edition of Season 1: