Survival Horror Rule of Rose – First Details and Screens

SPOnG has just received the first images and details on an intriguing-looking survival horror title for PS2 called Rule of Rose - a puzzle-based horror game featuring some small, scary girls calling themselves the Red Crayon Aristocrats.

Picking up the European publishing rights for a title developed by none other than Sony Japan is a first for 505 GameStreet. It could well prove to be a real coup for the publisher best known for its budget titles.

The game is set in 1930's England where the aforementioned girl gang devise a series of rules, known as Rule of Rose, which govern the society, its hierarchy, and the games its members play.

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Acquire Joins KADOKAWA Group: Could This Mean A Revival for Tenchu & Way of the Samurai ?

Acquire, famous for games like Tenchu and Octopath Traveler, becomes KADOKAWA subsidiary. Can this mean a revival for beloved series?

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Snookies123d ago (Edited 3d ago )

I would kill to have a Way of the Samurai game with a huge budget and modern tech... The first game was one of my greatest joys on PS2 back in the day. And I really hope From Software will do something with Tenchu... I hate that they're just sitting on the IP like it doesn't even exist.

Relientk772d ago

Don't play with my feelings like that.

Also, new Tenchu please!

TheColbertinator2d ago

Tenchu would be superb in this day and age. Ninja and samurai games are hot right now and more is better.

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The World of Canceled & Abandoned Fallout Games

Throughout the years, Fallout has had its ups, downs, and its way, way downs. Just like the wastelands, the franchise is dotted with the ruins of canceled and forgotten games.

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Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter - Gone but not Forgotten

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter launched nearly 20 years ago, but remains an easy recommendation even today.

banger883d ago

It's 20 years old and we can still play it. Are we going to be able to play Avatar and Star Wars Outlaws in 20 years?