Just short of eleven years ago, SEGA released a niche rhythm title on PSP: Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA-. As the name suggests, Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- features music from Hatsune Miku and her fellow Crypton Vocaloid companions. Despite its initial obscurity, this Japan-only release was just the humble beginning. Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- expanded into a series of its own and released on PlayS...[Read More]
Can Persona 5 Royal steal the hearts of Persona fans?
Back in the 1990s, a savage console war between Nintendo and Sega raged on. To compete with Mario, Sega introduced Sonic. And to compete with Fire Emblem, Sega introduced Langrisser. Much like Fire Emblem, Langrisser is a series of Strategy Role-Playing Games. However as Fire Emblem has only grown in popularity, Langrisser has continued to fade into obscurity. Despite finding recent success in mob...[Read More]
Ever since the original arcade release of BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger in arcades, the series has made a name for itself as one of the industry’s latest and greatest fighting franchises. The series’ tight controls, quirky characters, and surprisingly memorable storyline have found a place in gamer’s hearts; both competitive and casual. After a total of four main games during the sp...[Read More]
From Shin Megami Tensei and Persona to Etrian Odyssey and the original Disgaea, the name Atlus has become synonymous with JRPG. With countless titles in their repertoire, Atlus has a game for just about everyone. Last generation, one of the titles to get the most attention was Dragon’s Crown. As with Odin Sphere before it, Dragon’s Crown is an Atlus published game developed by Vanillaw...[Read More]
With the undisclosed release date of BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle getting closer every day, Arc System Works has revealed yet another Character Introduction video. This time, they have revealed two characters who are often referred to as the “best girl” of their respective franchises. In the case that “waifu” wars aren’t your thing, the trailer also reveals perhaps the ...[Read More]
When announced this summer, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle excited fighting fans across the world. By bringing together some of Arc System Works best works, and even throwing RWBY into the mix, there was little doubt that this could be one of the greats. Though the hype was real, the details were somewhat sparse. This weekend, our friends at Arc System Works showed off 7 whole minutes of gameplay. I h...[Read More]