Japanese game publisher Irem cancels development of Disaster Report 4, a PlayStation 3 game in which you play a survivor in a post-earthquake Tokyo.
Following last week’s killer earthquake and tsunami in Japan, game publishers have canceled and delayed several PlayStation 3 games with disaster-related themes. Irem will cease development on its PlayStation 3 game Zettai Zetsumei Toshi 4 (City in a Desperate Situation), the publisher said in a statement on its website Monday. Previous installments in the action-adventure series, which has been released outside Japan under the name Disaster Report, star a protagonist who must escape a city that has been destroyed by an earthquake, roaming through destroyed streets and buildings and rescuing survivors.
It was to be the first PlayStation 3 game in the series, featuring stereoscopic 3-D graphics and support for the PlayStation Move motion controller. Slated to be released this week in Europe and in April in the United States, it is an off-road racing game set in a fictional city that is being torn up by natural disasters.
The previous game in the series, Zettai Zetsumei Toshi 3 for the Sony PSP, was released in 2009 and sold 62,720 copies, the publisher’s best-selling game that year. In the wake of Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami, publisher Irem canceled its catastrophe survival adventure Disaster Report 4, a game that was due to hit Japanese PlayStation 3s this Spring. The new game was originally slated to be released March 10, although development issues had already forced Irem to push its release back to later in the spring. Other publishers, including Sega and Sony, have pushed back the release dates of games with disaster-related themes that are not quite as literal.

Your role is to plan and construct a safer environment, assess the disaster risk for the 5 environmental disaster hazards, while attempting to limit the damage when natural hazards strike.
The cancellation of Disaster Report is a heavy blow to Irem, a small publisher with a few cult hit games. Sega has indefinitely delayed the release of its PlayStation 3 game Ryu Ga Gotoku: Of the End (Like a Dragon, known as Yakuza outside Japan), which was originally slated to ship to stores this Thursday. The Disaster Report series, known in Japan as Zettai Zetsumei Toshi, will get a new installment, developer Granzella confirmed today with the release of new screenshots.
Ownership of the Disaster Report property changed hands in 2014, when Granzella acquired rights from publisher Irem. Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories was planned for release on PlayStation 3, but it's not clear which platform(s) the new Disaster Report is planned for.
Andriasang, citing Japanese retailer Famicom Plaza, reports that the PlayStation 2 and PSP releases in the Disaster Report series (née Zettai Zetsumei Toshi) will no longer be produced. Although a single player game, it can be played collaboratively in groups which encourages collaboration and discussion. According to the series' official website, the company plans to formally announce the new Disaster Report sometime this fall.
The game's small but detailed screenshots appear to indicate a release on current-generation hardware.

The Disaster Report games typically involve players trying to survive in the midst of natural disasters, primarily earthquakes, by seeking food, water, shelter and medical supplies, while also helping other victims of the disaster.
The Stop Disasters Game allows you to anticipate and mitigate the affects of 5 common natural disasters: tsunami, hurricane, wildfire, earthquake and flood. This disaster simulation game, (from the United Nations (UN) and International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR)- which brings many agencies, organizations, universities and institutions together in attempts to save lives and reduce industries and destruction caused by natural hazards), enables players to experience 5 natural environmental hazards (wildfires, earthquakes, floods, tsunamis and hurricanes), by understanding their risks and applying effective methods of prevention and mitigation. Each disaster scenario takes 10-20 minutes, depending on the disaster you are trying to prevent, as well as your skill level. Image files of the disasters can be downloaded to facilitate comprehension of factors (i.e.
Unclaimed World is a very challenging planet colonization game, similar to the movie Avatar, where mankind must learn to survive on an alien world.
Banished is a resource management game, developing a medieval-type town with basic resources and bartering with visiting merchant vessels.
The fourth game in the series would have been the first for the PS3, supporting PlayStation Move and stereoscopic 3D features.

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