For many, SNK is probably best known for Neo Geo-based franchises like Metal Slug, Samurai Shodown, The King of Fighters, Art of Fighting, and Fatal Fury. But the company has a rich history that began ...Read More »
For many, SNK is probably best known for Neo Geo-based franchises like...
Japanese role-playing aficionados know that allegory is a frequent sto...
In concept, taking an action-driven loot crawl like Diablo and adding ...
Released as a Java game nineteen years ago, Trials was a prototypical ...
The Dead or Alive series is probably best known for its pendulous brea...
Sporadically, small sacrifices must be made when console games are ported onto the Switch. Typically, the trade-off for portability is visual fidelity or a reduced framerate. With IndieGo 13, we examine a pair of titles ...Read More »
With releases like Fate/EXTELLA LINK, One Piece: World Seeker, Chocobo Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy! and SNK 40th Anniversary Collection imminent, J-game fans have plenty to be excited about. If you prefer Western games, there’s no ...Read More »
We tackle rudimentary hex-based strategy across the Braveland compilation before sending a heap of trash blocks to rivals in Treasure Stack, as we look at two recent indie releases for the Nintendo Switch. Braveland Trilogy, ...Read More »
Japanese role-playing aficionados know that allegory is a frequent storytelling strategy. Whether it’s Hyperdimension Neptunia’s spirted take on game console competition or the Persona series’ ruminations about our inner psyches, there’s something rather potent about the technique. Pleasingly, ...Read More »
Start a fight with your friends in Hyper Jam or just knock the air out of them in Battlloon. These two PC titles find gratification in the spirit of friendly competition, where players employing every ...Read More »
With titles like Devil May Cry 5 and Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 arriving this week, March is looking like a good month for gaming. For those who don’t appreciate the thrill of action-driven combat ...Read More »
In concept, taking an action-driven loot crawl like Diablo and adding anime-inspired visuals certainly has the potential for success. Essentially, that’s the approach adopted by the recent Switch release of RemiLore: Lost Girl in the ...Read More »
Released as a Java game nineteen years ago, Trials was a prototypical example of brilliant game design. Each stage tasked players with maneuvering a motorcycle across a series of obstacles. Difficulty was rooted in the ...Read More »
The Dead or Alive series is probably best known for its pendulous breast physics and revealing costumes, which is a rather reductive assessment. Team Ninja’s franchise is quite far from being skin-deep, with a distinctive ...Read More »