With the return of Billy and Jimmy Lee, Borderlands 2’s Axton, Maya, Salvador, and Zer0, World Heroes’ Jeanne D’Arc, and even Adventure’s square-shaped protagonist, this week’s new releases feels rooted in game’s past. But if ...Read More »
Stayin’ Alive The abundance of survival-themed games could be read as ...
Tales of Exclusivity Today, Microsoft’s consoles are little more than ...
An Adorable Shoot ‘Em Up In a perfect world, cute ‘em-ups would be rel...
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Like many, I’m a marathon gamer. After finding a suitably comfortable place to sit, I can enjoy most console or portable games for half-day stretches. But VR titles are quite different. After about an hour ...Read More »
As a frequently traveler who carries around an assortment of power-guzzling electronics, I’m constantly scanning my environment for charging opportunities. Pleasingly, there’s been a lot of improvement in recent years, with most domestic airlines offering ...Read More »
During the 1980s, Capcom was an industry titan. The company created a succession of seminal titles such as Mega Man, 1942, Bionic Commando, Gun.Smoke, and Final Fight. Each earned the admiration of players and spurred ...Read More »
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 »
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 »