If you know me, and by now you probably do, you’re already aware of how much I love the Muv-Luv series. It’s just the perfect balance of lovely anime ladies and some of the best mecha design of the series, wisely mixed with romance and a tragic, complex story that can satisfy the most demanding sci-fi
Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative are soon going to be launched for PS Vita in North America and Europe, and today we’re able to show you what they look like on Sony’s portable. Below you can see the first ten minutes of Muv-Luv Extra, Muv-Luv Unlimited (which together form the first Muv-Luv release), and Muv-Luv Alternative.
PS Vita players have been waiting for a long time for the announcement of a release date of the upcoming PS Vita version of Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv: Alternative. Today, PQube delivered. Both games will launch in North America on June 12th, while European fans will be able to enjoy them a bit earlier, on June 8th.
The WeebCast is our weekly podcast dedicated to all thing Japanese, and today you can listen to its fifth episode, focusing one of the most iconic genres of Japanese games, visual novels. We talk about some of the games that left a lasting impression, and some that you might not know about, alongside the genre
Many consider the Muv-Luv series one of the best visual novel series of all time, and with good reason: the first game starts as an apparently innocuous romantic adventure set in your usual Japanese high school, and then pulls the rug from under your feet with a radical one-eighty, turning into a tragic and epic
The Muv-Luv series is considered by many the pinnacle of the visual novel genre, mostly due to its complex and dramatic stories, its interesting characters, and the top-notch mecha design that you wouldn’t expect in this kind of game. Yet, while its popularity certainly spiked after the successful Kickstarter that resulted in the western release
Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative launched in the west a long time after their original release in Japan. Yet, this could change in the future, as the series’ Creator Kiki Yoshimune told DualShockers in a recent interview conducted in Tokyo. Yoshimune-san mentioned that the entire staff at ixtl are currently doing their best to improve their localization
The Muv-Luv series was born on visual novels and has been published on a limited amount of platforms so far, but things might change in the future. DualShockers had a chat with the series’ creator Koki Yoshimune at ixtl’s headquarter in Akihabara, Tokyo, and he explained that he would like to see the series expand
The Muv-Luv series extends way beyond Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative that have been released in the west. Not only it spans a rather extensive timeline, but it touches several areas of its war-torn world, from Japan to East Germany, and from the United States to Egypt. Yet, the series’ creator Koki Yoshimune would like to make
Following today’s announcement of the partnership with PQube that will bring Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative to PS Vita this summer, Ixtl posted a new update on Kickstarter showing the games running on Sony’s portable console. In the animated GIFs below you can see in order Muv-Luv Unlimited and Muv-Luv Extra, which are bundled in a single
The transfer of the western publishing rights of Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative from Degica Games back to Ixtl caused a few issues, culminating with the removal of both games from sale on Steam. The publisher made an announcement at the end of January, mentioning that the games would return this month with different AppIDs, but that left many who
Today Ixtl made a few announcements on Kickstarter regarding the Muv-Luv project that has been through quite a few ups and downs, including the rights for publishing in the west going back from Degica to Ixtl itself back in Decemebr. First of all, both Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative, that were removed from Steam during the baton