There’s a multitude of games built around the hypothetical. Each offers a succinct, moderately thoughtful response to imagined scenarios like apocalyptic situations, or geopolitical predicaments. But Toshima-based Compile Heart habitually digs deeper. From Hyperdimension Neptunia’s ...Read More »
There’s a multitude of games built around the hypothetical. Each offer...
Initially, Song of Memories resembles yet another romantic harem comed...
The last half-decade has seen an abundance of Rogue-like titles. Built...
With popular entries like Scorched Earth, Shellshock Live, and the eve...
Why the Hell is Everyone so Nice Here? Great, I’ve died and gone to he...
Initially, Song of Memories resembles yet another romantic harem comedy. You’ll assume the role of Minato Kamishiro, a second-year student at the Ouka Acadamy. Reprimanded for ogling an excessively busty rhythm gymnast rehearsing after-school, Minato’s ...Read More »
As titles like Robotron: 2084, Smash TV, and the sum of the Geometry Wars series have demonstrated, the twin-stick shooter can be a wholly immersive experience. Eluding hordes of encroaching enemies, while simultaneously snatching bonuses and monitoring the angle ...Read More »
Undoubtedly, Nippon Ichi Software is fascinated with the type of oral tales once collected and retold by the Brothers Grimm. The Witch and The Hundred Knight, htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary, and A Rose in the ...Read More »
With high-profile titles like Far Cry: New Dawn, Metro Exodus, Crackdown 3, and Jump Force incoming, consoles are primed for a bountiful week. But readers won’t want to overlook a number of notable niche titles. ...Read More »
The last half-decade has seen an abundance of Rogue-like titles. Built upon the concepts of procedurally-generated environments, permadeath, and the lure of new loot, the template has been applied to multitude of genres, frequently resulting ...Read More »
With popular entries like Scorched Earth, Shellshock Live, and the ever-popular Worms series, the artillery genre has enjoyed a lengthy legacy. But beyond the shift into the third-dimension with games like 2001’s Scorched 3D and ...Read More »
Why the Hell is Everyone so Nice Here? Great, I’ve died and gone to hell. But waking up in the demon world isn’t all that bad. Instead of the charring flames and unspeakable torture that ...Read More »
Always a Tough Act to Follow Technology is often used to automate simple tasks. It’s engineered to remove tedium, so users can focus on more interesting elements. But 2007’s Etrian Odyssey cleverly challenged this assumption. ...Read More »
With titles like BlazBlue: Central Fiction Special Edition, Iron Crypticle, City of Brass, and Defense Grid 2, it’s a great time to be a Switch owner. Nintendo has repeatedly struggled with third-party support on their ...Read More »