Game titles typical signal a specific element of a game, whether its tone or subject. But few monikers are as unabashedly expressive as Moékuri: Adorable + Tactical SRPG. Blending cute creature (abbreviated as Moé+kuri) collection ...Read More »
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Not long ago, Kickstarter seemed like a harbinger of hope, shifting funding from the grip of corporations to the desires of consumers. But when a succession of prominent projects failed to meet expectations, the method ...Read More »
With the holiday shopping season quickly coming to any end, this week offers a restrained number of new game releases. Yet, look beyond the typical filler destined for Nintendo’s eShop and several remarkable titles can ...Read More »
Rogue’s gameplay mechanics were far more influential that anyone would have expected. When the Unix based diversion was loaded onto the servers at UC Santa Cruz and UC Berkeley, a constituency of students became captivated, ...Read More »
Much like 1996’s Christmas NiGHTS into Dreams extended a holiday-themed remix for SEGA Saturn owners, Orange Juice’s Xmas Shooting – Scramble !! offers a festive offering for PC owning shoot ‘em up fans. Build upon ...Read More »
Since the release of Street Fighter II: The World Warrior in 1991, Capcom has enjoyed a protracted command of video game pugilism. But success breeds eager contenders and in 1998, Arc System Works crafted Guilty ...Read More »
In this year-end wrap up, the crew offers impressions of Heartnomics: Lost Count, Let It Die, and revisits old favorites on the NES Classic Edition. We also devote heaping helping of airtime to our favorite ...Read More »
From Shantae sauntering onto a number of systems to the next chapter in Telltale’s Walking Dead series, this week offers a number of notable new game releases. For those who don’t appreciate Half-Genie Heroes or ...Read More »
2011’s Super Dungeon Explore was an enjoyable board game that adopted the super deformed appearance and tenets of Japanese role-playing games into table-top form. With the recent release of Super Dungeon Tactics Ninja Division and ...Read More »
Point-and-click games frequently reveal a schism that’s difficult to ignore. Protagonists are habitually depicted as dashing, intelligent, social charmers- an amalgam of attributes that makes them uniquely qualified to solve a succession of puzzles and ...Read More »