Love it or hate it, it’s hard to deny the popularity of the Sword Art Online series. It’s unsurprising that Bandai Namco would want to capitalise on this success when [ … ]
After a week-long break we return with high-res shots of Bluepoint Games’ recently released remake of Shadow of the Colossus.
Another year, another Compile Heart RPG. It seems like you can only go a few months before another of their games is released in one form or another. Unfortunately, Omega [ … ]
MachineGames’ debut title Wolfenstein: The New Order revived the aged series and stayed true to its roots. The New Colossus continues this course and surpasses its brilliant predecessor in every way. In an [ … ]
Kickstarted games certainly haven’t gotten the best reputation over the past few years. Even with successful projects like Divinity: Original Sin and Darkest Dungeon, the high profile failings of Mighty [ … ]
Coming after both the disappointing Ultra Despair Girls and Danganronpa 3, Danganronpa V3 marks a return to form for the series. It may not be the perfect sequel that people [ … ]
As the latest entry in a series spanning over 30 years, Ys VIII certainly has a legacy to live up to. Thankfully, the game delivers what fans have come to [ … ]
Going into The Sexy Brutale, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. The name doesn’t give much away, and the studio behind it was unknown to me. As I watched [ … ]
We’ll be looking at two EA titles while we’re at the gamescom and we’re even making good a title out of our EA Play session.
The Fate series is a strange one, with multiple anime adaptions, spin-off games and novels. And yet, even with many of said spin-offs being released in the west, the original [ … ]
Coming not long after the disappointing release of Project DIVA X last year, Project DIVA: Future Tone is a return to form for the series. Offering the biggest track list [ … ]
Tonight we will be steaming one of the most anticipated games of 2014: Metal Gear Solid V: Groud Zeroes. We are planning on making are way though the main story [ … ]