Most people with even a slight amount of knowledge about visual novels will likely have heard about Steins;Gate. It was a highly influential release that even managed to have one [ … ]
Earlier this year, Ghostlight brought the rather bad Omega Quintet to PC. The game’s many issues were further exacerbated by the performance issues the port introduced. Sorcery Saga: Curse of [ … ]
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 [ … ]
The dungeon crawler, or DRPG, genre isn’t exactly well represented these days. It seems like the Vita is the only place where you can really find them, and even then [ … ]
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 [ … ]
Coming after both the disappointing Ultra Despair Girls and Danganronpa 3, Danganronpa V3 marks a return to form for the series. It may not be the perfect sequel that people [ … ]
As the latest entry in a series spanning over 30 years, Ys VIII certainly has a legacy to live up to. Thankfully, the game delivers what fans have come to [ … ]
Compile Heart don’t have the best track record for quality games. The early Neptunia games, Agarest and Mugen Souls were all very poor games in various ways, but in recent years [ … ]
Nippon Ichi Softwares America, better known as NISA, showed us their very diverse line-up at the gamescom that we do not want to withhold from you.
If you follow our website, Twitch and YouTube channels, you probably already know that I like doing streams of the first minutes of the game, while going in completely blind [ … ]
Win 1 of 70 games and movies including the brand-new Mr. Shifty on Nintendo Switch, upcoming PS4 remaster of The Silver Case, Season Passes for The Walking Dead: A New Frontier and Batman: The [ … ]
Actual Sunlight is a videogame about depression. There are not a lot like it. It provokes thought but lapses too often into stereotypes.