Next Disaster Report will have online elements, Granzella talks Steambot Chronicles

Famitsu this week features an interview with Granzella founder and chief game designer Kazuma Kujo, who discusses the future of the Disaster Report series, as well as a potential Steambot Chronicles sequel.

Brief history lesson: Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories was in development at Irem Software and was once set for release on PlayStation 3 in Japan during spring 2011. It was cancelled in wake of the March 11 Tohoku earthquake. Granzella is a company started by the series’ creator, Kazuma Kujo, which recently acquired rights to the franchise and announced the next game is in development.


All shook up with Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories | Entertainium

Disaster Report 4 might be technically lacking in a lot of areas, but it is stuffed full of heart.

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JBryant06191243d ago

hopefully they restock those physical copies.

AK911243d ago

A great game hope its successful enough to warrant a sequel, I also wouldn't mind that natural disaster game made by the same director game that involved classic Japanese super heroes and monsters translated for the West.


Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories Review (TheSixthAxis)

TSA writes: "Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories has faced a lot of bad luck on its decade-long path to release. Initially in development back in 2010 for the PlayStation 3, the survival game set during the aftermath of a massive earthquake in Japan was set to release on March 10 of 2011. The game was already delayed from that date when the massive Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami occurred in Japan on March 11; Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories was outright canceled just a few days later."

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AK911316d ago

This game is actually great, it’s a great B level game that I missed sorely during the PS2 days. It’s definitely worth a shot if you ever Played the first two on PS2 or enjoy niche games outside of the AAA and indie space.


Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories Review | TechRaptor

William says: "While Disaster Report 4 is a very stiff and jerky game, it is at least entertaining. Just don't try to play it twice."

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