Doki Doki Kusoge

Doki Doki Kusoge deals in all things Japanese culture, be it video games, anime, music, or film. You can find the latest info translated from Japanese rags, reviews, previews, and other weird features. Despite its namesake (kusoge means shit game), DDK does not deal exclusively in garbage video games. Its founder just has a masochistic tendency to subject himself to them. No, it's not healthy. Elliot G. runs things here. A former Destructoid and Japanator contributor living in Japan, he likes to make himself suffer by playing the bad stuff so you don't have to.
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I really liked One Way Heroics.

If you have know idea what I’m talking about, go pick up a copy on Playism’s site for $1.99, or grab it on Steam.

Fushigi no Chronicle: Furikaerimasen Katsu made ha is Spike Chunsoft’s remake/reimagining of the indie game for PS4/Vita. It looks rad as hell. 

It’s something like a 2D rogue-like in which the world is constantly being destroyed while it moves to the left. The indie version had a ton of neat multiplayer/networking features, and I’m very curious as to whether Spike Chunsoft is gonna hold onto them.

Either way, this looks fabulous.

Also, for those of you wondering, “Fushigi no” is the labeling that SC uses for the Mystery Dungeon series. Looks like they might be trying to start a new series.

Famitsu uploaded a brand new teaser for the upcoming Ao Oni 2.0 live action film, the sequel to last year’s super low budget horror film based on the free PC game.

Yeah. Kind of weird.

This looks just as cheesy as the first, so you can bet your sweet butt I’ll be there.

Here’s the first teaser trailer for the live action Attack on Titan film.

I’m glad they’re going mostly practical on the Titans.

Everything else? No comment. 

Here’s the first trailer for the Experience x Bandai Namco Vita dungeon crawler, Ray Gigant. 

At first I thought there was no gameplay to be found in the video above, but as it turns out, you can just barely see some of the battle system at 39 seconds in. As much as it pains me to say it, the Japanese leaks were right in that it kind of resembles the perspective that Time & Eternity (Tokitowa) used in its combat.

I highly doubt they’ll play anything alike though.

I’m cautiously curious about this one.