160w ago - Today Atlus Manager of Public Relations and Sales Aram Jabbari has shared a fresh video trailer and announced that Knights in the Nightmare for PSP is now on sale.
To quote: I'm a super fun and newly available (in stores and on PSN) game seeking that special person to take me home and get me going.
To be clear, I'm not a casual game; I'm the real deal, a true hardcore experience, and I'm looking for a serious gamer who can commit to a mix of action, strategy, and roleplaying to delve into my campaign and unlock my secrets.
I vary between 2" tall and total non-corporality. I love long walks along the lakeside; fast-paced, action-packed bullet hell shooter gameplay mixed with tactical RPG goodness; and dark chocolate.
I think I have a lot to offer a prospective player: over 40 missions spanning an emotionally charged narrative fraught with loss, hope, and retribution, not to mention a thrilling mix of fast-paced action and strategic roleplaying, beautiful visuals and sounds, and much more.
I'm looking for someone who can handle my uniquely involved, satisfyingly challenging mechanics. He/she must be open to a...
164w ago - Atlus Manager of Public Relations and Sales Aram Jabbari has shared details today on Knights in the Nightmare for PSP to help fans master 'bullet hell' in this strategy RPG game.
To quote: Because Knights in the Nightmare is so radically different than any other game currently available for the PSP system, it tends to offer most gamers a slightly steeper than usual learning curve.
In order to make acclimation to the game's amazingly satisfying mix of strategy-RPG and bullet-hell action, here's some tutorial-style stuff to get you started before Knights in the Nightmare hits stores and PSN on November 9th.
You are The Wisp. You awaken with no knowledge of where you are or why you're there. Only one thing draws you: a battered, cursed castle. There, you sense, a terrible tragedy occurred. You find you have the power to awaken and control the spirits of victimized knights, and you find yourself compelled to use this power to uncover the story of this calamity and rid the castle of its curse.
You begin every chapter of the game with a story sequence. These cutscenes are one of the game's biggest strengths–lovingly drawn and animated, they are heavy with emotion and stray far from your typically bright and happy clichés.
169w ago - Atlus' Manager of Public Relations and Sales Aram Jabbari has announced a special deal today geared towards PSP fans, those who buy Knights in the Nightmare will get Yggdra Union for free!
To quote: So you're interested in Knights in the Nightmare for PSP system. Who could blame you? It's a daring mix of fast-paced, action-packed gameplay and deep, satisfying strategy.
But, for whatever reason, you're on the fence. Maybe the fence is comfortable, who knows. Before you get splinters you-know-where, maybe it's best you make a decision and jump off. Hence the below:
We're proud to announce a special promotion for folks who pick up a copy of Knights in the Nightmare at launch. Whether you buy from a store or through PlayStation Network (we love you, too, PSPgo owners), launch copies will come with a FREE digital copy of Yggdra Union for PSP system (a $14.99 value!).
The perfect companion to Knights (heck, it was made by the same folks, Sting, and takes place in the same series), Yggdra Union is a turn-based strategy RPG with real-time elements.
It's all the more fitting that one of the big new additions for Knights in the Nightmare on PSP is a third playable character, Princess Yggdra herself, which makes the free copy of her star turn all...
173w ago - Atlus' Manager of Public Relations and Sales Aram Jabbari has confirmed today alongside a video trailer that Knights in the Nightmare will be hitting PSP and PSPgo on October 19, 2010.
To quote: What is an innovative mix of bullet-hell action and strategy roleplaying headed to PSP system this October with improvements like enhanced visuals and sound, a widescreen (16:9) aspect ratio, and new content such as a third playable character?
If you answered Knights in the Nightmare, slated for release on October 19th in stores and via PlayStation Network, then a winner is you! Now for your prize: a pat on the back.
Ok, fine, we know that's kind of weak, so how about a new video trailer for the game?
We're quite confident you'll find this to be an extremely meaty and informative trailer. Heck, the trailer is so packed with info that it makes the word "trailer" seems a bit puny-ish because it really does feel as though you'll need some sort of large camper or RV to store all this Knights in the Nightmare goodness.
"I've heard nothing about this game until this point," you muse, playing absent-mindedly with a wisp (another pun... you'll see) of hair...