hesjayrich  asked:

So with the release of the Nintendo Switch announced, and their renewed commitment to 3rd Party games present, what game(s) do you think will thrive on the system?

That’s a good question actually. Given the nature of the system and its potential, I would like to say that it is possible we will see more RPGs released on the Nintendo Switch. And looking over the list of 3rd party support:

I think we may even see certain series like Elder Scrolls or Persona pop up. I am surprised that Konami is on this list however, especially given that as of late their games have been, well…kind of nonexistant.

I also hope we see more fighting games (Esoecially from Arc System Works and Bandai Namco. If Tekken 7 comesto the Nintendo Switch I will be happy)

Here’s my newest self insert, this time for the Hyperdimension Neptunia series! It’s been awhile but I’m back in action and will start to get more art out soon as I can!
Name: Misaki (The Red Fist)
Maker for Arc System Works (Creators of Blazblue, Guilty Gear, Arcana Hearts)
Fighting Style: A combination of swordplay and mixed martial arts.
⭐Acts like a anti hero but is a precious cinnamon roll with a mama bear level protective of her friends.
⭐Gets along best with Neptune, Nepgear, Compa, Vert, IF, Nisa, Lyrica, and all of Gold Third.
⭐Freaking LOVES classic rock and listens to it all the time.
⭐Haves a little bit of a crush on S-Sha and gets shy just being around her.

So if you’ve been following Nintendo Switch news today, you may have come across this image

These are companies confirmed to be working on titles for the newly announced Nintendo Switch. Some of these are easily recognized like Sega and Square Enix, who are both confirmed to be working on NS titles at the moment but what about the others? Well allow me to try and and go through these partners by erecting a text wall:

505 Games: Currently working on a game called “Freaktown” for most modern platforms, it’s not a stretch to assume they’ll be making an NS port as well. 505 seem to publish for companies like Arc System Works and From Software

Activision: These are the guys behind Call of Duty. Every Nintendo console (except the 3DS surprisingly) has at least 1  Call of Duty.

Arc System Works: This company is behind the legendary Guilty Gear fighting series but more recently they put out Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden on the 3DS.

Atlus: JRPGS. Most notably Shin Megami Tensei and Persona. On the Wii U, this company developed Tokyo Mirage Session.

Bandai Namco: Other than publishing Souls games, BN has the rights to publish several anime properties including One Piece and Dragon Ball Z. They’ve also worked with Nintendo on Smash Bros For 3DS and Wii U

Bethesda: In the Nintendo Switch reveal, we watch as the man in the trailer plays Skyrim at home and while traveling. Other than the HD re-release of Skyrim, Bethesda is responsible for the latest Fallout titles, Doom and, Dishonored.

Capcom: This company is responsible for Street Fighter, Resident Evil and, Phoenix Wright. I’m crossing my fingers for a Nintendo vs Capcom game since it’s unlikely we’ll see another Marvel vs Capcom

Code Masters: Once a maker of peripherals, it looks like the bread-and-butter of Code Masters are racing games like the gorgeous Dirt series and the F1 series.

EA: The recipients of the Worst Company of the Year award in 2013 and 2014, EA has published the yearly Madden and Fifa sports titles we all have to endure. More recently this is the company behind Battlefield 1 and Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare. They also control The Sims and Sim City IP. Despite being one of the first big names to distance themselves from Nintendo when things start to go sour, they always release at least a couple of games on Nintendo consoles during the release window. Unfortunately, EA is the only publisher with distribution rights for Star Wars so if EA decides the Nintendo Switch isn’t selling fast enough during its first 90 days on the market, it could burn its bridge with Nintendo much like it did with the Wii U.

From Software: Dark Souls. From Soft also developed Demons Souls and Bloodbourn but since Sony own those two brands, it’s more likely we’ll see a complete Dark Souls 3 and possibly a Dark Souls 1 remaster. From also controls the Armored Core IP and a cult favorite of mine, Otogi: Myth of Demons

Frozenbyte: This is the company behind the Trine trilogy. This year they’re releasing a game called Shadwen.

Gametrust: The only game I see by this company is Song of the Deep so there’s something to hype you guys up: Song of the Deep is probably coming to the Nintendo Switch.

Grasshopper Manufacture: Headed by Goichi Suda 51, this studio worked on Killer is Dead, Lollipop Chainsaw, Liberation Maiden and, the No More Heroes games.

GungHo: This year they did Let it Die but their most notable title other than that was Puzzle and Dragons which lives on as a manga in Koro Koro magazine. They’re also credited with the Tomba games but I’m not holding out hope for a revival (though I guess that’s not impossible)

Hamster Corporation: This is a games publisher which seem to have rights to older IP such as Ninja Jajamaru-Kun, Ninja Kid and, not much else…the most note-worthy game I see credited to them is a PS2 version of Raiden, a space-based schmup.

Inti Creates: A development company staffed by former Capcom staff, this company is credited with the recent Shantae: Half-Genie Hero, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 and the abysmal Mighty No. 9.

KT (Koei Tecmo): If it ends in “Warriors” it was made by this company: Hyrule Warriors, Berserk Warriors, Dynasty Warriors, Samurai Warriors, Gundam Warriors and, One Piece: Pirate Warriors to name a very, very few.

Konami: This is the company behind Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill, Castlevania and, Mystical Ninja Staring Goemon. Recently, they seem to have pulled away from traditional gaming but massive fan backlash may be just enough to bring them back into games development. At the very least, they may just let another company produce a game based on one of those IPs.

Level 5: This company is behind Yo-Kai Watch, Ni No Kuni, Fantasy Life and Inazuma Eleven. Game Freak has announced recently that they’re working on a Pokemon game for Nintendo Switch so perhaps Level 5 will be doing the same with the popular Yo-Kai Watch.

Marvelous Entertainment: This is a production company who have been credited for games such as Senran Kagura: Estival Vs, Rune Factory,  Harvest Moon and, Valhalla Knights

Maximum Games: A publisher/distribution company credited for games such as Lichdom Battlemage, Worms, Putty Squad, and this year’s Road Rash revival.

Nippon Ichi Software: Disgaea, Prinny and, Criminal Girls are the big three you may have heard of from NIS.

Parity Bit Inc: All I can find from this company is Pocket Football Club and, Derby Stallion 64

Platinum: The kings of great games that nobody buys, Platinum is the company behind Bayonetta 1 and 2. They’re currently working on Scalebound which is projected to launch in 2017. They also worked on Transformers Devistation and TMNT: Mutants in Manhattan.

Sega: A new Sonic the Hedgehog game is already confirmed to be in development for the Nintendo Switch. Sega is also the owners of the Nights into Dreams, Alex Kidd and, Shinobi IP’s. 

Spike Chunsoft: They’re currently developing Danganrompa V3 but in the past they are credited with games like Zero Time Dilemma and, One Piece: Burning  Blood. 

Square-Enix: Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest are the biggest IP Square has and Dragon Quest X is already confirmed for the Nintendo Switch. Other IP Square Enix controls include Deus Ex, Tomb Raider, and Hitman.

Starbreeze Studios: A developer AND Publisher, Starbreeze are credited for games like this year’s Overkill’s Walking Dead and Dead by Daylight. Other games include the Riddick series, The Darkness and, Enclave.

Take-Two Interactive: Grand Theft Auto, Red Dead Redemption, Max Payne and Midnight Club. Please note that it wouldn’t be unheard of for GTA to find its way on the Nintendo Switch since the DS had its own GTA title and the Game Boy Advanced had a Max Payne in the past.

Telltale Games: This company is responsible for interactive story games like Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, The Wolf Among Us and the new Batman series.

THQ-Nordic: Darksiders is probably the biggest thing by THQ-Nordic but they’re also credited for work on Painkiller.

Tokyo RPG Factory: All I can find from this company is I Am Setsuna. Considering a game as old as Skyrim appears to be planned for the Switch, I Am Setsuna on the Switch could easily be in the realm of possibility.

TT Games: This is the company behind the modern Lego games such as Lego City Undercover, Lego Marvel Superheroes and, Lego Worlds.

Ubisoft: This company is credited for the Tom Clancy, Assassin’s Creed, Rayman and, Far Cry series. Before getting your hopes up too high though, the Rabbids games, Just Dance and, Just Sing are also a part of Ubisoft’s stable and more reliably appeared on Nintendo consoles over the past couple of years.

Warner Bros Interactive: This seems to be a straight-up publishing company. They have recently published the Arkham games, Mortal Kombat, Lego Star Wars Episode VII, Mad Max, and Lord of the Rings: Shadow of Mordor. Injustice 2 is a good bet for being included on upcoming Nintendo Switch titles.

Rekochoku: Rekochoku seems to be a Japanese-based music streaming service that offered some kind of service on Japanese 3DS and Wii consoles.

Audiokinetic Wwise: This seems to be a development tool for use by Nintendo Switch developers. It seems to be used mostly in sound mixing and it looks like all other game platforms use this application.

Autodesk: Another application used to develop games, this application seems to focus on lighting effects and realistic lighting in general.

Criware: Another development tool for realistic lighting, visuals and sound design.

DeNA: A mobile developer noted for games like Final Fantasy Record Keeper and Miitomo. It would appear DeNA are currently working on a mobile Fire Emblem title.

Epic Games: Their most recent game is Paragon but they’re also credited with work on Bulletstorm (which is allegedly getting a remaster) and the Gears of War series.

FMOD: Audio software used in game development and present on games on multiple platforms.

Havok: A physics engine used in games for many years, consoles and, generations.

Rad Game Tools: Developers of the Bink 2 Codec, this is used for game development.

Silicon Studio: The three biggest games by this company are Bravely Default, Bravely Second and, 3D Dot Game Heroes.

Ubitus: A game development tool; it seems to be used for porting games from one console to others.

Unity: A game engine used by independent developers and even some larger studios. Games developed using the Unity engine include Yooka-Laylee, Surgeon Simulator, Slender: The Arrival, Hearthstone, Grow Home and, Ori and the Blind Forest.

Web Technologies: This is a developer of game development software like OPTPiX. The general friendliness of their main website makes me thing their software centers around indie development.

I hope this helps clear up some confusion and indeed, helps to build up your own personal hype! 

Edit: I added in a couple of more details on some entries, specifically for Ubisoft and EA. I also made each company’s title bold.


10/20 Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[st]- Club Sega Shinjuku

Notes/Notsu (Akatsuki)
Neji (Hyde)
D NECO (Hyde)

and another akatsuki player

ok that nintendo partner thing is correct here is a list of third party games i can see coming to it

505 games - bloodstained ritual of the night, abzu, virginia, rocket league
activision skylanders,
arc system works, skullgirls, guilty gear, blazblue
atlus persona, shinmegami/tokyo midnight sessions #fe
bandai namco pokken, tekken, tales of series maybe, smash bros
bethesda skyrim, fallout, prey?
capcom street fighter, resident evil, pheonix wright, ghost trick, marvel vs capcom, okami(plz)
codemasters racy racy games
ea sports games, posibility for sims
fromswoftwear dark soullllsssss, armoured core
frozenbyte trine
grasshopper manufacture, let it die, killer is dead maybe, fatal frame
koei tecmo warriors game(hyrule), nioh,
konami konami makes game ??? , metal gear zombicorn fuckery
level 5  yokai watch, prof layton, the new ni no kuni
marvelous story of seasons, rune factory senran kagura
sega sanic, super monkey ball, batonetta 3?
spike chunsoft dangan ronpa, zero time dilema, pokemon mystery dungeon
square enix final fantasy, dragon quest, nier automata, setsuna port maybe
take 2, nba, civ possibly, possibly but probably not red dead 2
telltale telltale games ie the walking dead, batman, tales from the borderlands, minecraft
thqnordic darksiders 3
tt games lego games
ubisoft beyond good n evil 2, assassins creed, steep,
warner brothers injustice 2, the madmax arkham game style
epic games paragon

Nintendo wants all third-party games on the Nintendo Switch
Nintendo finally unveiled the successor to the Wii U and 3DS — the Nintendo Switch. Interestingly, Nintendo won’t just be showing off its own games before..
By Romain Dillet

…the company is already announcing a ton of names for the Nintendo Switch. The main developers, publishers and middleware partners plan to support the Nintendo Switch.

In particular, Unity Technologies and Epic Games plan to support the Switch, meaning that all games that run on the Unreal Engine or Unity engine could potentially run on the Switch.

Here’s the full list of partners:

  • 505 Games
  • Activision Publishing, Inc.
  • Audiokinetic Inc.
  • Autodesk, Inc.
  • BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
  • Bethesda
  • Codemasters®
  • CRI Middleware Co., Ltd.
  • DeNA Co., Ltd.
  • Electronic Arts
  • Epic Games Inc.
  • Firelight Technologies
  • FromSoftware, Inc.
  • Frozenbyte
  • GameTrust
  • Gungho Online Entertainment, Inc.
  • HAMSTER Corporation
  • Havok
  • Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.
  • LEVEL-5 Inc.
  • Marvelous Inc.
  • Maximum Games, LLC
  • Nippon Ichi Software, Inc.
  • Parity Bit Inc.
  • PlatinumGames Inc.
  • RAD Game Tools, Inc.
  • RecoChoku Co., Ltd.
  • SEGA Games Co., Ltd.
  • Silicon Studio Corporation
  • Spike Chunsoft Co., Ltd.
  • Starbreeze Studios
  • Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.
  • Telltale Games
  • THQ Nordic
  • Tokyo RPG Factory Co., Ltd.
  • TT Games
  • Ubitus Inc.
  • Unity Technologies, Inc.
  • Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
  • Web Technology Corp
So... N.S

I didn’t entirely what to expect from this system, but apparently if going by what we had:

- 50 Publishers + Developers, most of them 3rd Party that didn’t use to support Nintendo very much back in Wii U among some new ones? Including but not limited to:

  • 505 Games
  • Activision Publishing, Inc.
  • Arc System Works Co., Ltd.
  • Atlus Co., Ltd.
  • Audiokinetic Inc.
  • Autodesk, Inc.
  • Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.
  • Bethesda
  • Capcom Co., Ltd.
  • Codemasters
  • CRI Middleware Co., Ltd.
  • DeNA Co., Ltd.
  • Electronic Arts
  • Epic Games Inc.
  • Firelight Technologies
  • FromSoftware, Inc.
  • Frozenbyte
  • GameTrust
  • Grasshopper Manufacture, Inc.
  • Gungho Online Entertainment, Inc.
  • Hamster Corporation
  • Havok
  • Inti Creates Co., Ltd.
  • Koei Tecmo Games Co., Ltd.
  • Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.
  • Level-5 Inc.
  • Marvelous Inc.
  • Maximum Games, LLC
  • Nippon Ichi Software, Inc.
  • Parity Bit Inc.
  • PlatinumGames Inc.
  • RAD Game Tools, Inc.
  • RecoChoku Co.,Ltd.
  • Sega Games Co., Ltd.
  • Silicon Studio Corporation
  • Spike Chunsoft Co., Ltd.
  • Square Enix Co., Ltd.
  • Starbreeze Studios
  • Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.
  • Telltale Games
  • THQ Nordic
  • Tokyo RPG Factory Co., Ltd.
  • TT Games
  • Ubisoft
  • Ubitus Inc.
  • Unity Technologies, Inc.
  • Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
  • Web Technology Corp.

Holy, fucking, moly. Don’t fuck this up. I WANT MY TALES OF + ARCSYS-FIGHTERS AND MORE PLOX.


- The entire console’s less gimmicky than last ones, and that’s saying a lot.

Apparently it took the controllers of Wii, the Two-Screen Gaming + HD of Wii U and finally the portability and cartridges from the handheld games. And all of them compliment the console perfectly!

- Some of the new games look pretty nifty - Mario Kart 8 NS is apparently here with King Boo + Double Items (which is actually very interesting - as it might provide more strategy to the game)

- The New Mario is looks… pretty interesting. Looks slightly back to 64/Galaxy-form, with clear 3D World-assets.

Companies & developers that Nintendo has confirmed wil be supporting the Nintendo Switch:

- 505 Games
- LEVEL-5 Inc.
- Activision Publishing, Inc.
- Marvelous Inc.
- Maximum Games, LLC
- Nippon Ichi Software, Inc.
- Audiokinetic Inc.
- Parity Bit Inc.
- Autodesk, Inc.
- PlatinumGames Inc.
- BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
- RAD Game Tools, Inc.
- Bethesda
- RecoChoku Co., Ltd.
- SEGA Games Co., Ltd.
- Codemasters®
- Silicon Studio Corporation
- CRI Middleware Co., Ltd.
- Spike Chunsoft Co., Ltd.
- DeNA Co., Ltd.
- Electronic Arts
- Starbreeze Studios
- Epic Games Inc.
- Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.
- Firelight Technologies
- Telltale Games
- FromSoftware, Inc.
- THQ Nordic
- Frozenbyte
- Tokyo RPG Factory Co., Ltd.
- GameTrust
- TT Games
- Gungho Online Entertainment, Inc.
- Ubitus Inc.
- HAMSTER Corporation
- Unity Technologies, Inc.
- Havok
- Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
- Web Technology Corp
- Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.

anonymous asked:

When GG's story finally finished and Daisuke stated no more GG to come, well what will you do?

I have plans to design a game of my own, though getting the right tools and experience is taking longer than expected, I fully intend on making a game that COMPETES with ARC System Works and Square Enix.

That’s a high bar, but if you’ve been reading the Game+Design, 3D+Design, and Ideas tags on this blog, there’s lots of content to learn from.

I intend on employing everything I’ve learned from every videogame I’ve ever played over the years.

Everyone forgot the boy 10/16/2016

But I still remember

Rachel Alucard from Blazblue for digital inktober done on my phone with medibang paint. The last picture I will do on a phone until they miraculously come out with a non-exploding note 7 ;< I loved the note 7. Oh well… Did a little fade effect on her tails with photoshop. 

A little central fiction spoilers kinda, so it looks like my ship sailed…then kinda sunk…I won’t say anymore but it makes me hella sad ;<

Rachel Alucard © Arc system works

Art © Tara d.

Persona 4 Arena Director Expresses Interest in Persona 5 Arena

You know what was good game? Persona 4 Arena (and by extension, Ultimax). Persona characters work surprisingly well in a fighting game setting. I’d say that’s partly thanks to Arc System Works, but that’s besides the point. Would it be overly optimistic to think there may be a future of spin-off Persona fighters, especially with the release of Persona 5 in Japan? Perhaps not.

After the climax of the Arc Revolution Cup 2016, a fighting game tournament focusing on Arc Sys games like Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, the director of Ultimax, Kazuhisa Wada, had this to say on the possibility of a Persona 5 fighting game:

Regarding a Persona 5 Arena title… We’ve just finished putting our all into Persona 5 itself, so it’d have to be something we’d discuss further down the line. But I definitely want to make it happen. I’d appreciate it if everyone made their voices heard and sent their requests in regards to this.

So while nothing is set in stone yet, the idea of a Persona 5 fighter is not off the table. I know virtually nothing about the Persona 5 cast at the moment, but despite that, I’d still totally play a Persona 5 fighting game. Or at least I would if I had PlayStation 4. I kinda doubt a game like that would come out on PC…