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 »
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The first thing you should know about the recent PlayStation 4 and PS Vita release of Akiba’s Beat, is that the game shuns one of the most notable features of its predecessor. While 2014’s Akiba’s ...Read More »
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What is the concept? Following The Fruit of Grisaia’s (Gurizaia no Kajitsu) 2011 release in Japan, Sekai Project mounted a successful Kickstarter campaign, raising nearly half a million dollars to fund an English localization for ...Read More »
Whether you favor fighting or romancing this week’s schedule of new game releases has something to pique your interest. For brawlers, Injustice 2, The King of Fighters ’95, Akiba’s Beat and Garou: Mark of the ...Read More »
Birthdays the Beginning might not be what you are expecting. While screenshots flaunt a menagerie of adorable, polygonal animals and the game’s pedigree reveals that it was designed by Harvest Moon creator Yasuhiro Wada, gameplay ...Read More »
According to psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, ‘flow’ is the mental state a person reaches when they are fully immersed in a task. Commonly known as being ‘in the zone’, Csikszentmihalyi isolated nine elements that occur when ...Read More »
Sequels are often precarious endeavors. Stick too close to predecessor, failing to provide enough innovation or narrative-based consequence, and you’ll likely get labeled as an uninspired cash-in. Yet, if follow-ups are too revolutionary, and neglect ...Read More »
Spring’s warmer temperatures often send lure people outdoor to pursue athletic competition. But for those who prefer indoor spaces, this week’s offerings offer several reasons to keep cool inside. Beyond the abstract teeing off of ...Read More »