A recent story surfaced regarding the possibility of a Freedom Wars sequel. But with the producer of the first game, Junichi Yoshizawa, abandoning his Panopticon, a new Freedom Wars is uncertain. So what’s the next step for Freedom Wars?
A hyped and scheduled Freedom Wars announcement came to the title’s Osaka, Japan “Sinner Festival” late Saturday, January 10th. Fans of the highly praised Vita title, may now wonder “where’s all the buzz?”
Were you aware that there’s a big Freedom Wars event going on this Saturday? It’s called the “Sinners Festival” and it’ll be taking place in Osaka, Japan. Surprise, surprise, that’s not the actual news story here. The news is a special announcement which is set to take place on stage during the event finale!
FREEDOM FROM SINS Freedom Wars, the latest offering from Sony Computer Entertainment Japan (with the collaborative efforts of Japanese developers Shift and Dimps) stands out as one of the most highly anticipated Vita titles of the year. However, does it live up to expectations?
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan recently announced the second major update for Freedom Wars, which will bring new additional features to the game.
As we speculated on Sunday, Amazon did in fact let slip Freedom Wars’ official release date. The highly anticipated title, that launched in June for Japan, will launch October 28th for North America and will also have pre-order incentives.
Originally slated to be released in Europe as a digital-only title, Freedom Wars is now getting a full retail release in the region.
Sony Computer Entertainment America and Europe have released a new English story trailer for the PS Vita exclusive title Freedom Wars. Freedom Wars is collaboratively developed by Japanese developers Shift (God Eater) and Dimps (Dragonball Z Budokai series).
Freedom Wars, the latest action PS Vita game developed by Shift (the studio behind God Eater) is out now in Japan and 4Gamer has released a 12 minute gameplay video. While a western release has been confirmed, no official release date has been announced.
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