The release of Yakuza 0 on Steam last year marked the renewal of SEGA’s support for the PC market. Yakuza Kiwami 2 not only shows that their dedication to bringing [ … ]
E3 2019 is almost here, but how relevant is the gaming event nowadays? MiXT BAG discusses the confirmed line-up and possible additions.
There have been many attempts to try and capture the spirit of the One Piece franchise and bring it in a videogame format as well. Some (few) titles succeeded, while [ … ]
Iron Rain attempts to take what is usually a goofy and energetic series and turn it into something more serious.
Zanki Zero: Last Beginning attempts to mix together DRPG gameplay and survival mechanics, with mixed results.
For those that have been following our reviews over the past couple of years, you’ll likely know that I’m a big fan of dungeon crawlers. The genre still has a [ … ]
The Legend of Heroes series has had a hard time when it comes to English releases. The trilogy before Trails in the Sky received incredibly poor localisations, the Trails in [ … ]
It’s impressive just how big the Fate series is in the west, considering that the original visual novel that started it all hasn’t even received an official English release. Fate/EXTELLA [ … ]
The Vita has always had a vast library of niche and unique games that suffered due to the system’s lack of popularity. The Caligula Effect was one of these games, [ … ]
As we’ve mentioned in our review of Chaos;Child, Steins;Gate is one of the most influential visual novels ever released. It ensured the popularity of the long running Science Adventure series [ … ]
Compile Heart is a developer that really like to try and break away from the typical gameplay of other RPGs, usually for the worse. Their best game in recent times, [ … ]
The latest chapter in the Metro series has finally arrived and if you’re a fan of the series you probably already bought it yourself. If you’ve never played a Metro [ … ]