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 »
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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 »
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With titles like ToeJam & Earl and R.B.I. Baseball appearing on this week’s new release schedule, there’s a bit of SEGA Genesis/Mega Drive-era nostalgia in the air. But fortunately, these games complement a healthy number ...Read More »
Typically, visual novels aspire to entertain audiences. Rarely are they used as a tool for self-analysis. That’s not the case with Fiction Factory Games’ Arcade Spirits. Instead of providing a handful of routes to emulate ...Read More »
Recently, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown delivered dogfighting action to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC owners. With an engaging single-player campaign and an enjoyable multiplayer mode, those who possess a Switch might have been ...Read More »
Time travel is a popular premise across almost every medium. But like most high-concept narratives, it’s often used as a catalyst for absorbing human interaction rather than an opportunity for scientific speculation. From the comical ...Read More »
Although this week’s release of Bioware’s Anthem might be the most recognized title, it’s hardly the only noteworthy new game. From Dirt Rally 2.0, the PC release of SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy, to VR-driven, ...Read More »
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 »