Platform holders want to have control over their network, players want to play together across platforms. Eventually both sides are coming together.
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 [ … ]
We’ve always had a fondness for Vanillaware games, even if they’re somewhat inconsistent. Odin’s Sphere told an amazing story, but felt like a chore to play at times. Muramasa had [ … ]
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 [ … ]
Originally released in 2015 in the west, Lost Dimension is a curious game. Blending turn based strategy with a traitor system that changes up every playthrough, it’s certainly not like [ … ]
2012’s release of Dragon’s Dogma was an absolute surprise: action-packed combat, a complex and especially fun class system and unique design decisions elevated this game from the contemporary market standard.
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 [ … ]
Let’s go back to April 2012, when Capcom surprisingly announced a third sequel to its new IP, Lost Planet. The announcement was shocking, not because no one thought that Capcom [ … ]
Almost half of the Vita library is ports of older games that have been released on either this current gen or the previous one. (take a look at our special). [ … ]
Bank heists and robberies are surprisingly underused when it comes to videogames. It’s a shame, since they’re the perfect fit for co-operative gameplay, with the various roles and objectives that [ … ]