After Monster Hunter became a massive hit on the PSP, there were many attempts to replicate its success. God Eater managed to set itself apart from the crowd thanks to [ … ]
With how the series has been over the past few years, it can be hard to remember how much tamer the original Senran Kagura was. Sure there was fanservice, but [ … ]
When Tales of Vesperia was released in Japan for the PS3 back in 2009, fans assumed that a Western release would follow not long after. The 360 version had just [ … ]
Spider-Man isn’t exactly a newcomer when video games are involved. Various titles have tried to capture his abilities to varying levels of success, though it’s been a long time since [ … ]
After a hefty delay, Disgaea 5 Complete has finally arrived on PC. This isn’t the first release to have been delayed by NISA recently but, unlike the messy port of [ … ]
Thrones of Britannia is the 12th entry in the strategy franchise Total War. In this review we check how easy the game is to get into for total newcomers.
We’ve covered a surprising amount of dungeon crawlers over the past year, many of which have been excellent additions to what is a rather niche genre. Infinite Adventures is the [ … ]
It’s always interesting to revisit older entries in a long running series. You get to see just how much has changed over the years, for better or worse. We’ve had [ … ]
Brexit is a pretty big deal, not just in the UK but the world as a whole, so it’s no real surprise that some brave developers would try and turn [ … ]
When a Fist of the North Star game was announced last year by SEGA’s Yakuza team, we were pretty excited. As fans of both the original manga and the Yakuza [ … ]
Mega Man is back. In our review we check out the quality of the latest entry in Capcom’s series.
Final Fantasy XV has been a huge success both financially and critically, despite the fact that the game went into a completely different path compared to the rest of the [ … ]