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 [ … ]
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 [ … ]
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.
Last year’s release of 4 Goddesses Online certainly wasn’t a high point for the series, featuring various technical issues and a lack of content in general. This delayed PC port [ … ]
After a week-long break we return with high-res shots of Bluepoint Games’ recently released remake of Shadow of the Colossus.
Once more we show you the beauty in gaming.
Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online gets released this week on PlayStation 4. Three editors of XTgamer played the make-believe-MMORPG extensively and report about their experiences in this review.
We were able to spend some time at SEGA’s Gamescom booth and play two sequels to two very iconic game series and we’re willing to share the information – isn’t [ … ]
In these parts, the long-established gaming company named SEGA is first and fore most known for the ambitious but unsuccessful console “Dreamcast”. And Sonic SEGA’s personal mascot, the hedgehog. It [ … ]
On day one of the expo we checked out the line-up of one of Russias biggest video game developers and distributors, 1C Company. These are our impressions.
What are the XTgamer editors looking forward to in August apart from running past sweaty nerds in filled to the brim convention halls? Find out!