Thursday, 31 July 2014

Announcement!!

To everyone who visits this site, 


We unfortunately have hit a snag in our goal here at Otaku Gamers Uk 


News: The Legend of the Dark Witch Heading West


Majin Girl: chronicle 2D Act gets a trailer for its impending release in Japan.

News: 20 Minutes of Senran Kagura 2 Gameplay


A NicoNico stream earlier today featured over 20 minutes of Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson.

News: Onechanbara Z2 Ps4 Gameplay Trailer


A gameplay trailer for Onechanbara Z2: Chaos released by D3 offers up some new info.

News: Aigis & Akihiko P4AU Character Trailers


The latest Persona 4 Arena Ultimax character trailer released by Atlus.

News: Great Edo Blacksmith Teaser Trailer


A quick sneak-peek trailer for Nippon Ichi's Great Edo Blacksmith for PSVita.

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Feature: Kenzan Diary 2

Welcome to my Kenzan! diary. 

It's been a while since this entry and the first one but that is due to me wanting to finish off Yakuza 4 before I turned my attention to Kenzan!. 

For the first chapter I ran it alongside the translated YouTube video and it was less than ideal, this time i'm reading from the translated walkthrough I posted in the first one (I'll provide the link at the bottom of the page again). Time to see how it worked out for me.


Upcoming: Gravia Tactics



Gravia Tactics is a new kickstarter project by two man team Punchbag Entertainment, this title looks to be extremely promising and the team at Otaku Gamers UK are here you make you aware of what is in store should this title come into fruition. 

News: Latest Bullet Girls PSVita Trailer


The second Pre-launch trailer released by D3 for Bullet Girls.

News: Shin Megami Tensei IV EU Release Date!

Today Atlus have revealed the plans for Shin Megami Tensei IV's release in Europe


News: Hyrule Warriors Sheik Trailer


The latest Hyrule Warriors character trailer from Koei Tecmo.

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Monday, 28 July 2014

Review: AR-K A Point and Click Adventure (PC)


Point and click adventures were a huge genre during the 90s with the many great games based upon the SCUMM engine. Personally I have spent many hours with these gems and I still have a soft spot for this genre. I know that very recently we have been overcome with many great titles of similar type from Telltale games but these are more interactive adventures with a very linear path. What was special about the originals was that you had to put some thought into what you were doing and to be honest the earlier Tell Tale games had this (Back to the future & Sam and Max for example) but it feels like the genre abandoned has been forgot all together. This was until a little indie developer started a kickstarter to develop an old school point and click with a modern twist. Has it delivered what was promised? Let us find out.

PSA: Day Of The Dragon

8-8-2014 SAVE THE DATE!. 


For those of us who are fans of the Yakuza/Ryu Ga Gotoku series, this date should be etched into your memory!.