We swing with a valiant protagonist and her glowing companion in Little Bug and enjoy a whimsical interpretation of miniature golf in Wonder Wickets. Little Bug, Buddy System, $9.99 Dozens of games center around physical ...Read More »
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Rock Boshers DX’s whimsical set-up imagines Queen Victoria sneaking away from the monarchial monotony of Buckingham Palace for the opportunity to visit Mars. But the excursion turns out to be little more than aruse to ...Read More »
With a trio of Atelier titles, the return of the original Katamari Damacy and a gaming phenomenon known as Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, it’s a good week for gaming. Yet, that’s not the only highlight. ...Read More »
Named by Guinness World Records as the most prolific fan-made series in the world, the Touhou universe is nearly as expansive as our own cosmos. Born with the release of 1996’s Highly Responsive to Prayers, ...Read More »
An appreciation for rail transit is inevitable after a trip to Japan. Whether you’re enjoying a scenic three-day tour aboard the Twilight Express Mizukaze, taking the Shinkansen (bullet train) to race between Tokyo and Kyoto, or just ...Read More »
Atlus’ Persona franchise is built upon the idea of psyches materializing and defeating demons across a succession of treacherous dungeons. As such, it doesn’t seem like the likeliest vehicle for a game which champions the ...Read More »
Movie studios like Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar, and DreamWorks craft films capable of entertaining both children and adults. But in the realm of interactive entertainment, few firms outside of Nintendo have been able to consistently ...Read More »
The original 2005 release of Killer7 was Goichi Suda’s first game released outside of Japan. Many consider it to be the director and writer’s magnum opus. Delving into the title, you’ll soon understand why. Although ...Read More »
With a double-dose of Persona-based music rhythm, mechs, Monster Boy, and GoatPunks, this week’s schedule of new release star a motley crew of characters. Traditionally, the period following Black Friday/Cyber Monday only has a few ...Read More »
There have been a multitude of techniques used to reinvigorate the 1980 coin-op classic, Battlezone. Whereas the original game used a periscope-like viewfinder to observe a stark, vector graphics-driven warzone, a 1998 successor adopted a ...Read More »