The next Sakura Wars title announced

[Logo is the only thing shown so far]

So you have been waiting for the next Sakura  Wars game for a long time and this day has finally come. You ask yourself what console the title will be  on? Well, it won’t be on consoles, the next Sakura Wars game will be ‘browser based’. You can now comment to complain.

The game will be designed by Red Entertainment (Sakura Wars series, right?), Trinity Game Studio (Fist of the North Star Online) is developing and Rocworks (Kingdom Road and Homage Genesis) will manage the game when it goes online. Sure, not as good as a Playstation 3 or 360 game, but you don’t have to worry about importing… right?

As for release date and all that stuff, we will have more information in the upcoming months. If its like the Battlefield Heroes, like actual 3-D and not Mafia Wars cheap-o stuff, it might be good.

Edit: Scan from Famitsu:

[Source: Siliconera]

SEGA TGS: 3 unannounced game slots!

SEGA will be streaming their press conferences via UStream, thus they have a schedule. You know, so you can call in sick at work to watch Nagoshi pimp out some Yakuza games. But that is not all, there are three press conferences that say ‘coming soon’.

One of those ‘coming soon’ confrences lands on September 16th and if you saw that Valkyria Chronicles 3 teaser last time, you will know it said “Not to be open till 9.16”.

My guess is that the three games will be Valkyria Chronicles 3, Red Entertainment’s newest project (Sakura Wars 6?) and Sakai’s PSO 10th anniversary project (PSO2?). Hit the jump for the Ustream schedule.

Sakura Wars creator teasing announcement

Ohji Hiroi, creator of Sakura Wars, was the guest honor at a Sakura Wars pachinko event held in Asagaya. During the show, Ohji Hiori teased an upcoming announcement.

“Next month’s Famitsu might have something interesting to see. Platform or something like…

This does not mean that Sakura Wars 6 will be announced, maybe it means they are releasing Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love in Japan on Wii. You know, since that version was ported just for the US release.

[Source: Siliconera]