From Star Wars Battlefront II’s contentious lootboxes to Skyrim’s appearance on Nintendo Switch and PSVR systems, there’s a number of interesting releases across the next seven days. With Black Friday imminent, the number of tantalizing ...Read More »
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When Demon Gaze was released in 2014, the PS Vita had a scant number of dungeon crawls. But in the ensuing years, labyrinth-based skulking proliferated on the portable, with titles like Stranger of Sword City, ...Read More »
Tokyo Tattoo Girls is the type of game that probably wouldn’t have been localized a decade ago. The reason has nothing to do with the appearance of some slightly risqué images; the game’s exhibition of ...Read More »
The holiday shopping season is often associated with crowded malls and gastronomic indulgences. But lately, it feels like the gaming industry is trying to add their own tradition: reissues of older titles. Sure, the title ...Read More »
A number of developers have tried to cultivate scares on Nintendo’s dual-screen device with decidedly mixed results. A pair of Resident Evil games brought Capcom’s popular series to the 3DS, but the two titles definitely ...Read More »
The ‘90s had a number of platform-game based luminaries like Mario, Sonic, and Crash Bandicoot. Unsurprisingly, their popularity inspired a surplus of second-rate copycats, with characters like Alfred Chicken, Zool, and Plok seemingly abandoned by ...Read More »
This week, Activision heads back to the lucrative front lines, with yet another release in the Call of Duty series. For those unenthusiastic about picking up the M1 Garand once more, the next seven days ...Read More »
Gamers didn’t always have it so good. For years, only a fraction of Japanese titles made the journey West, leaving first-rate efforts like Secret of Mana 2, Mother 3, and Valkyria Chronicles III accessible only ...Read More »
Like Criminal Girls, the Summon Night series has outlived the studio who originally created the franchise. The inaugural entry, its three subsequent follow-ups, and several spin-offs were all crafted by Gifu-based Flight-Plan, which departed from ...Read More »
Not long ago, games based on film properties were routinely awful. Defunct publishers like THQ, LJN, Acclaim, and Ocean Software become known for their slapdash adaptations, each company attempting to make a quick buck by ...Read More »