Pre-ordered Joe 90 Volume 4 Special Edition.
I’ve ordered a copy from Amazon but it’s the old usually dispatched within 1 to 3 months. They said the same with Waterworld and that’s now sat on my shelf so fingers crossed.That's gone up in value quick, I only paid £14 for mine on release. Are you going to get When a Stranger Calls too?
I didn't know there was a second Yakuza spin off and it would nice if got a western release but maybe it's best that Sega doesn't bother releaseing it outside of Japan because of Sony demanding that are games censored before allow games from Japan on the ps4 like the new senran kagura 7EVEN That's been censored.MOAR GAMES
It's been almost two years since I last imported a PlayStation 4 game from Japan, so I decided to pickup two titles that I had been meaning to get for quite some time.
DJMAX RESPECTThis is a music rhythm game developed by a South Korean developer and it's part of a long running franchise that is rather loved by the music/rhythm community, and not long ago RESPECT was announced - essentially the definitive version of the whole franchise. This game contains over 100 songs plus there's add-on content featuring music from the previous games plus Arc System Works also added some Guilty Gear music if you love that. The game was released in South Korea & Asian territories first but I wanted to wait for the Japanese version (digital only for the west). The Japanese version contains English language support plus it has the DLC so I wouldn't have to go through the hassle of acquiring another account just to get those songs.
Ryuu ga Gotoku Ishin!The second console spin-off in the Yakuza franchise set in historical Japan once again. Ishin! was released as a PlayStation 4 launch title and is notably one of the best Yakuza games released in the franchise. The game features your cast of characters portraying other people from the past, bringing a bunch of fun and references along the way. Unlike the main series, Ishin! is more focused on sword combat and it's quite interesting (I have played the Japanese demo years back). This is also one of the rarest Yakuza games to date due to being released early into the PS4 lifespan.
For those curious, here's my current 'to-acquire' list for the JP PS4 games:
- A Certain Virtual-On
- City Shrouded in Shadow (Kyoei Toshi)
- CLANNAD *JP version is physical + has EN support*
- Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Arcade Future Tone DX
- The iDOLM@STER Stella Stage
- Million Arthur: Arcana Blood
- Sengoku Basara 4 Sumeragi
- Taiko Drum Master: Drum Sessions! *JP version is physical + has EN support*