On the road again: Mile 0 tells the story before Road 96 and introduces us to two different worlds.
Tag: Nintendo Switch
Review: Silt – A dive into the underworld
Silt is a new 2D puzzle game with a black and white color scheme and horror-like underwater settings, in which you control sea creatures to move forward.
MAR10 Day Giveaway: Carrera RC Mario Pipe Kart
Say goodbye to pipe dreams: In celebration of Mario Day we teamed up with Carrera to give away the RC Mario Pipe Kart.
Review: Brook Wingman Converter series
The Brook Wingman Converter enables you to use your peripherie cross-platform. We tested Wingman XB (Xbox), XE (PlayStation) and NS (Nintendo Switch) in-depth.
Review: Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town
Laid-back farming games have had a bit of a renaissance over the past few years. Stardew Valley brought the genre to millions of new fans, and games like My Time [ … ]
Review: Rune Factory 4 Special
When the original company behind the Rune Factory games closed, the future of the series was uncertain. Thankfully, it seems like this Story of Seasons spin-off has managed to survive, [ … ]
Even with all the progress the video game industry has made over the years, it’s hard to deny that there have been some unfortunate trends popping up. Games full of [ … ]
Review: Mary Skelter 2
Mary Skelter: Nightmares was a nice surprise, being a competent DRPG from a less than consistent developer, so we welcomed the announcement of a sequel last year. Our main worry [ … ]
Review: YU-NO – A girl who chants love at the bound of this world
Visual novels and adventure games played a big part in the history of Japanese videogames, but many of the more influential titles never made it outside Japan. YU-NO: A girl [ … ]
Review: Dragon Quest 1, 2 & 3
While never becoming quite as popular as Final Fantasy in the west, it’s hard to deny just how influential the Dragon Quest series is on the RPG genre. It set [ … ]
Review: AI – The Somnium Files
With the release of Zero Time Dilemma, the Zero Escape series’ third and final entry, fans were left wondering what would be next for series writer and director Kotaro Uchikoshi. [ … ]
Square Enix have published a few games over the last few console generations that try to emulate the feel of classic JRPGs with a modern twist. Bravely Default, Octopath Traveller [ … ]