Hot off the trail of last year’s Touhou Genso Rondo comes not one, but two, new Touhou Project titles compliments of NIS America. The first of the two is Touhou Genso Wanderer, a
roguelike roguelite in the vein of Spike Chinsoft’s Mystery Dungeon. But is Genso Wanderer the next big roguelike, or is this cult following the real unsolved mystery? Continue reading
With the start of the second quarter, there aren’t many better times to hype up upcoming games. Because of that, our friends at Nintendo did just that in their latest Nintendo Direct! Showcasing not only the 3DS, but also the Nintendo Switch, there will likely be something for the hardcore and casuals a like. Continue reading
With the long awaited third title in the Danganronpa franchise hitting the shelves in the US this fall, the series will finally see a simultaneous release on the PS4, Vita, and Steam. In the meantime, PlayStation 4 users can play catch up by getting their hands on the first two games via Danganronpa 1•2 Reloaded.
Simply put, 2017 is the year of Fate. With the unprecedented announcement of five anime series and three games (counting FGO Season 2), there should surely be something to please even the most critical of Fate fans in 2017. The first game to be released this year (and the only confirmed for US) is Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star.
Following the events of Fate/EXTRA, Fate/EXTELLA follows the victors of the Moon Cell Holy Grail War. With Warriors-inspired gameplay, Marvelous hopes to please Fate/EXTRA veterans and newcomers alike. But is this war stuff of legends, or little more than a false prophet?
These days, sports titles are a dime a dozen. There’s Madden for football fans, Fifa for
football soccer, and MLB the Show for baseball. Each of which caters to one specific sport and its fans. Unfortunately, this limits the audience of each sports title, unable to attract the attention of the average gamer. What if there was a game that was more than just a sports title? Aiming to fill this void comes the beach volleyball title Dead or Alive: Xtreme 3. But is Xtreme 3 the perfect sports title, or does it crash and burn like Zack Island in Xtreme 2? Continue reading
Last weekend our friends at NIS America invited the team to their annual Press Event, showcasing upcoming games for PC, PS4, PS Vita, and even Nintendo Switch! With a total of 19 upcoming titles, it’s needless to say things are gonna be pretty great. And without further ado… Continue reading
“This is a fantasy based on reality.”
Calling Final Fantasy XV highly anticipated might be the understatement of the century. Ever since the original announcement of Final Fantasy Versus XIII back in 2006, fans have been dying for the chance to step into Noctis’ black leather shoes. Finally, that time has come. But is Final Fantasy XV worth the wait, or is it the final nail in this fantasy’s coffin? Continue reading
Last year, Pokémon Sun and Moon introduced players to the 7th generation of Pokémon. With this generation, fans are traveling to the Alola region. The region is made up of four small islands in a tropical region far away from the Kanto region. This region inspired by the landscape, customs, traditions and even the animals of Hawaii. With the Alola region having new Pokemon to capture, stories to tell, bad guys to stop; Will Alola be a new fresh experience for fans or just be a similar experience? Continue reading
With every enjoying the craze that is Fire Emblem Heroes, it would seem to be the perfect time for some Echoes updates. Realizing this, Nintendo did just that, by giving fans a first look at Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia in English. Continue reading
“It’s a whole new ball game.”
As pulsating cubes descend upon the player, they stand as humanity’s last hope. As any E3 viewers and attendees may have already noticed, 2016-2017 is the season of VR. As such, it was truly only a matter of time before online stores such as Steam became flooded with virtual reality games. Hoping to stand apart from the competition comes VReakout, a sports-inspired simulation taking advantage of both motion controls and VR tech. But is VReakout truly something new to behold, or is it just another cash grab for the VR craze? Continue reading