The next seven days are slated to bring a noteworthy mix of old and new titles across digital marketplaces and store shelves. Beyond a trio of NeoGeo titles, the WipEout Omega Collection bundles WipEout HD, ...Read More »
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Diablo III’s 2012 launch didn’t exactly go over smoothly. The decision to require a constant online connection meant the game’s inauguration was tainted by overloaded servers, making play impossible for many. The inclusion of an ...Read More »
Spend the day strolling through Akihabara, and you’ll inevitably be invited into a multitude of maid cafes, each promoting their own unique theme. Beyond the frilly French maid costumes at Maidreamin or the cosplay ninjas ...Read More »
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Once Capcom was a power player in the industry, creating beloved franchises like Mega Man, Devil May Cry, and Monster Hunter. These days the publisher seems to habitually stumble, whether it’s a glaring misspelling on ...Read More »
After eleven iterations of Samurai Warriors, the specter of stagnancy lurks over Omega Force’s famed franchise. While successive installments might have injected new characters, content, or even a bit of variation, each effort largely adopted ...Read More »
Released in 2002 for Windows-based machines, Utawarerumono resonated with the Japanese public, spurring two radio dramas, a trio of manga and an anime adaptation, as well as a PS2 port developed by Sting. But save ...Read More »
Across the first three iterations of FlatOut, Bugbear Entertainment was confidently slung in the driver’s seat, guiding the destruction-based racer to critical and commercial acclaim. But when the Helsinki-based developer exited to pursue other four-wheeled ...Read More »
Understandingly, you’re probably eager to play Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, the remake of 1992’s Fire Emblem Gaiden, a title that was only released in Japan. But between the lack of dual audio voiceover ...Read More »