There are often times where you don’t want to play an epic 100 hour RPG, instead turning to shorter games to have a fun time. Cat Quest was the perfect [ … ]
Platform holders want to have control over their network, players want to play together across platforms. Eventually both sides are coming together.
For every successful Kickstarter release like Undertale or Shovel Knight, there are dozens or unfinished or underwhelming games that leave backers disappointed. After 4 years and a lengthy delay, the [ … ]
With each new release, the Earth Defense Force series has slowly moved away from its origins as a budget series. Sure, they’ll never have the production values of AAA titles, [ … ]
The Neptunia series isn’t averse to spin-offs, evident by the fact that the majority of games in the series have been non-mainline entries. Unlike previous spin-offs though, Super Neptunia RPG [ … ]
Ever since 2015 EA is hosting their landmark event on the weekend before E3 to reveal new games and let gamers get their hands-on with them.
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 [ … ]
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 [ … ]
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 [ … ]
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, [ … ]