Rune Factory 4 has been cancelled in Europe, Marvelous AQL has announced.
The action RPG, which made its North American debut last October, was scheduled for a first quarter launch throughout the region.
"We regret to inform you that the European release of Rune Factory 4 for Nintendo 3DS has been cancelled," a Marvelous AQL spokesperson told Eurogamer.
"While MarvelousAQL has made every effort to secure the title's release for this territory, it is, unfortunately, not possible to do so at this time.
"MAQL and MAQL Europe would like to thank everyone for their support and enthusiasm for their European releases. Please look forward to announcements on new MAQL titles over the coming months."
A European release was cast into doubt after Runescape studio Neverland filed for bankruptcy last November.
The developer said its financial status had become progressively worse in the months leading up to the filing, with several failed attempts to raise funds in order to continue operations.
In addition to Runescape, Neverland worked on Luifia and the Shining Force franchises.
Resogun studio Housemarque is working on DLC for the PlayStation 4 downloadable shooter.
In a post on Facebook, the team also revealed that it is developing an unnamed PS4 project.
Asked whether the game would be ported to Vita, a spokesperson said: "At the moment we are working on Resogun DLC and another PS4 project."
Housemarque had previously confirmed that Resogun was up for Action Game of the Year at the DICE Awards.
The studio added: "Fun fact, Eugene Jarvis, creator of Defender, will receive the Pioneer Award on the same occasion."
Resogun is a side-scrolling arcade shooter from the team behind Super Stardust HD.
Launching alongside the PS4 last November, Resogun is available as a free download for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
Jan 21 2014
Kinect is the reason the BBC iPlayer app has been delayed on Xbox One, a new report has suggested.
A BBC programmer told Ultimate Gaming Paradise that the team is struggling to make the app work with Kinect.
"We can't seem to get it working; it [the Kinect sensor] is causing a major development headache for the team," the programmer explained.
Unable to provide an exact cause and an estimated release date, a separate spokesperson continued: "BBC iPlayer is already available to audiences on over 1,000 devices and platforms in the UK.
"Whilst we are working to bring BBC iPlayer to Xbox One in the future, we have no further details to share at this time."
After confirming that it wouldn't be available at launch, the BBC said that it was working with Microsoft to bring the iPlayer app to the Xbox One in the future.
All apps have been built from the ground up for Xbox One, offering voice and gesture controls, as well as the opportunity to introduce exclusive Snap features and media achievements.
Xbox One has received its first price cut.
Microsoft's next-generation console has been given a £20 discount by online retailer Zavvi, lowering the price to £409.99.
Xbox One outsold the PS4 in the US during the month of December.
Top-selling titles for the month include Xbox One exclusives Dead Rising 3, Ryse: Son of Rome and Forza Motorsport 5.
The firm previously announced that the Xbox One exceeded three million units in 2013.
Nintendo has suggested it won't put Mario games on smartphones.
Following a recent report that the firm will be looking at smart devices, president Satoru Iwata said the strategy won't be straightforward as putting games as traditional as Mario on the platform
"The spread of smart devices does not spell the end of game consoles. It's not that simple," he said according to The Wall Street Journal.
"It doesn't mean that we should put Mario on smartphones."
While 3DS forecasts were down for the financial year, Nintendo management stated that it was the best-selling games system globally for 2013 - including in the UK and US - proving its strategy is on the right track.
Nintendo has slashed its forecast for Wii U sales from 9m to 2.8m for the financial year, which Iwata has refused to resign over.
Analyst Michael Pachter has suggested that Nintendo should go third-party.
A Square Enix representative has told Digital Spy that the port will release by "the end of winter", suggesting a release in weeks rather than months.
Original story: Final Fantasy VI has been released on Android devices.
The port of the SNES role-playing adventure is available to download for £10.99 on the Google Play store.
The Android version features redesigned controls for touch-screen devices, including a new battle interface.
The visuals have been given a high definition makeover, a Mog help system will direct lost players, and an album feature rewinds the story to previous points.
It is also based on the 2006 Game Boy Advance remake, which introduced additional magicites and events.
Square Enix said the success of the port may lead to a Final Fantasy VII re-release for mobiles.
Final Fantasy VIII was released on Steam last year with additional features.
FIFA 14 is the best-selling game in the UK for another week.
Totalling eight weeks as a chart topper since its release last year, it holds the most number of weeks at number one since Zumba Fitness managed 10 weeks back in 2011.
Elsewhere, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Battlefield 4 and Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag remain in second to fourth respectively.
Killzone: Shadow Fall climbs two places to sixth, Grand Theft Auto 5 is down four places to ninth, while Aliens: Colonial Marines remains at tenth place.
Finally, the single new entry, Mario Party: Island Tour, debuts at 18th position.
The top 20 in full:
1. (1) FIFA 14 (Electronic Arts)
2. (2) Call of Duty: Ghosts (Activision)
3. (3) Battlefield 4 (Electronic Arts)
4. (4) Assassin's Creed 4 (Ubisoft)
5. (6) LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (Warner Bros Interactive)
6. (8) Killzone: Shadow Fall (Sony)
7. (6) Need for Speed: Rivals (Electronic Arts)
8. (9) Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (Microsoft)
9. (5) Grand Theft Auto 5 (Rockstar Games)
10. (10) Aliens: Colonial Marines (SEGA)
11. (11) Just Dance 2014 (Ubisoft)
12. (12) Forza Motorsport 5 (Microsoft)
13. (14) Football Manager 2014 (Sega)
14. (15) WWE 2K14 (2K Games)
15. (13) Batman: Arkham Origins (Warner Bros Interactive)
16. (-) NBA 2K14 (2K Sports)
17. (13) Dead Rising 3 (Capcom)
18. (-) Mario Party: Island Tour (Nintendo)
19. (26) LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (Warner Bros.)
20. (16) Dead Island: Riptide (Deep Silver)
China's social media equivalent to Twitter has lost millions of users, a report has claimed.
Government-backed CNNIC has revealed that Weibo's user count dropped by 9% at the end of 2013 to 280.8 million, from 308.6 million the year before.
The decline is the first drop in user numbers Weibo has experienced since figures from 2010, leading many to believe the social network is losing out to new instant-messaging apps.
CNNIC's report suggests this theory may be correct, as around 37% of users who stopped using Weibo began using WeChat, which has grown in popularity.
The instant-messaging app has also contributed to an increase in the number of Chinese users doing financial transactions on their phones - WeChat users are able to order a taxi and McDonald's, driving its growth in the last 12 months.
China's strict government laws on social networking have also impacted on Weibo, making it dangerous to engage in any controversial political discussion without the risk of facing jail.
A new law allows the government to jail any microbloggers whose "inaccurate" messages are reposted over 500 times or viewed 5,000 times, leaving many to resort to safer discussions about celebrities and food.
Despite the decrease, Weibo's user count is still above Twitter's, which stands at 14 million.
BlackBerry has revealed it has no immediate plans to bring its BBM app to Windows Phone.
Despite the launch of bigger-name apps such as Instagram and Vine on the world's third mobile operating system, the Canadian manufacturer claims there is not enough consumer demand to warrant BBM's arrival.
"[The lack of a BBM Windows Phone app] is entirely market-driven," BlackBerry's senior director of BBM business development David Proulx told TrustedReviews.
"Our initial launch on iOS and Android was a function of the prevalence of those platforms."
Although Proulx denied any immediate plans, he failed to rule out a Windows Phone app in the future, adding: "As other platforms emerge, whichever they may be, we will execute on those platforms as well.
"It is not a statement of intent, and it's not a strategic or religious thing, it's just a function of when does it make sense and when is it something that consumers demand in sufficient numbers to make it worth our while and worth their while."
BBM was downloaded more than 10 million times in 24 hours when it first launched to iOS and Android users in October 2013.
BlackBerry's next plan for the app is to add free voice calling sometime early this year.
PlayStation Now is being lined up for a 2015 European launch, a new report has suggested.
Due to the varying internet speeds from country to country, European launch plans are yet to be confirmed.
However, a slide obtained by Eurogamer suggests that European customers will have to wait until the first quarter of 2015 to access the service.
The phased rollout will begin a summer launch in North America, followed by a Japanese release at the tail-end of the year.
Contrary to Sony's estimates, the site claims that PlayStation Now won't actually make its North American debut until the third quarter of 2014.
Initially offering a selection of PS3 games, PlayStation Now will enter beta in North America later this month.
The streaming service will eventually feature games from PSOne, PS2, PS3 and PS4 and will be available on Sony consoles and television sets.
Requiring a PS3 DualShock outside of the PS4, Sony is also planning to make PlayStation Now available on third-party devices.