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Could Lily Bergamo Be Baffling Western PS4 Consoles?

Push Square: "Prepare yourself for more puzzling plots, as Suda51’s first PlayStation 4 project Lily Bergamo could be heading overseas. The title – which was announced with a stylish video earlier in the year – has been trademarked by parent company GungHo in North America, making an international release all but inevitable at some point in the near future."

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HelpfulGamer1020d ago (Edited 1020d ago )

"suggestive cut-scenes", pushsquare.com trying get hits. Lily Bergamo dress more conservatively than this PS2 game http://upload.wikimedia.org... (The PS2 game is rated "M")

edit:
"Strong & Serious Lead Female Character for PS4"
is what I would describe for Lily Bergamo.

get2sammyb1020d ago

It was just a joke at the expense of Suda51's typical games, but I've edited that out in order to avoid any confusion. Hope that's better.

miyamoto1020d ago (Edited 1020d ago )

MON 13 MAY 2013 1:24PM GMT

Puzzle & Dragons earning $3.75m a day, stock jumps 28.8 per cent

GungHo Online Entertainment America
gunghoonline.com/

The incredible growth of Puzzle & Dragons developer GungHo Entertainment continues apace, as strong revenue in April pushed its market cap past Nintendo.

According to the company's latest financial report, translated by the prominent Japanese analyst Dr. Serkan Toto, GungHo made ¥12 billion ($118m/£76m) in revenue in April alone - that's a year-on-year increase of 1,142 per cent.

And the vast majority of that money came from a single game: Puzzle & Dragons, the company's mobile smash hit, earned $113 million in April - more than $3.75 million a day. The game now has 13 million players in Japan alone, which is 10 per cent of the country's population.

In the quarter ended March 31, 2013, GungHo posted revenue of ¥30.9 billion, up 800 per cent year-on-year. Operating profit for the period was ¥18.6 billion ($183m/£119m), an increase of 7,400 per cent over the prior year quarter.

The impact of these results on the company's stock has been immediate and huge. According to Dr. Serkan Toto, GungHo's share price increased by 28.8 per cent in "just a few minutes" of trading on the Osaka Stock Exchange today until it was bid-only, finally settling on ¥1,342 million per share.

This puts GungHo's market cap at ¥1.54 trillion, the equivalent of $15.1 billion - just above Nintendo's $15 billion market cap and closing in on Activision Blizzard's $16.7 billion.

http://www.gamesindustry.bi...

This really came out of nowhere!

This news got me hyped up for Lily Bergamo and PS4 next year.

I have always waited for price drops and redesigns before I purchase a gaming console. But the PS4 is the first console I will be getting Day One to capture the moment of gaming's revolutionary event! And I know its gonna be awesome right out of the gate.

PS4 and Gung Ho are gaming's next big thing!

HelpfulGamer1020d ago

"Strong Lead Female Character with subtle touch of Sexiness, with seriousness in her heart" is what I would describe "Lily Bergamo". I think more attractive title would be.

"Strong & Serious Lead Female Character for the PS4"

DigitalRaptor1019d ago

@ miyomoto

Thanks for that info. Gungo Hu Entertainment also published Game Arts' (responsible for the Grandia series) PS Vita games - Dokuro and Ragnarok Odyssey.

If they bring Lily Bergamo westward, they will be my new favourite Japanese publisher.