Review: Tales of Xillia 2 – Return for One Last Adventure

Review: Tales of Xillia 2 – Return for One Last Adventure

Your journeys have taken you to many different lands. You’ve been in the world of Terca Lumireis, Sykvarant, and many others — this time, however, you’ll have to ...Read More

Review: Akiba’s Trip 2: Undead & Undressed – Go On A Stripping Adventure

Review: Akiba’s Trip 2: Undead & Undressed – Go On A Stripping Adventure

Akiba’s Trip 2: Undead & Undressed, by the same team responsible for the Way of the Samurai series, takes players into the famous Japanese electronic district Akihabara (Akiba ...Read More

Review: Siesta Fiesta Gives You Enough Fiesta for Your Buck

Review: Siesta Fiesta Gives You Enough Fiesta for Your Buck

Siesta Fiesta is one of many small indie titles Nintendo has featured in their Wii U and 3DS eShop. With such a wide selection, you have plenty of ...Read More

Review: R-Type Dimensions – Bullet Heaven

Review: R-Type Dimensions – Bullet Heaven

One of my favorite shoot ‘em games from the past was R-Type. Granted, I was more of a fan of Gradius but R-Type was a close second. When ...Read More

Review: Wooden Sen’SeY Is a Boring and Forgettable Experience

Review: Wooden Sen’SeY Is a Boring and Forgettable Experience

The indie title Wooden Sen’SeY is about a hero named Goro who walks out of his house to have a drink, and shortly after bad guys come through ...Read More

Review: Crimsonland – There’s Blood Everywhere!

Review: Crimsonland – There’s Blood Everywhere!

When I see a game called Crimsonland with a dude on the cover shooting a bunch of monsters, I expect a certain type of experience. This title isn’t ...Read More

Review: Final Fantasy III – Classically Grinded

Review: Final Fantasy III – Classically Grinded

Finally Fantasy III comes to the PC to remind us where most JRPGs stole their ideas from. This port of a remake of a 24 year old classic ...Read More

Review: Divinity: Original Sin Kicks it Old School

Review: Divinity: Original Sin Kicks it Old School

Divinity: Original Sin growing from a rudimentary project into a highly successful Kickstarter campaign into the fully realized game of today has been a wild ride. It’s good ...Read More

Review: The Wolf Among Us: Episode 5 – Happily Ever After

Review: The Wolf Among Us: Episode 5 – Happily Ever After

For the past four episodes, Telltale Games’ brutal yet affecting comic adaptation The Wolf Among Us spun a tale riddled in the seedy world of murder and fairy ...Read More

Review: Blazblue: Chrono Phantasma – A Fantastic and Fully Featured Fighting Game

Review: Blazblue: Chrono Phantasma – A Fantastic and Fully Featured Fighting Game

Arc System Works has finally gotten Blazblue down to a science. The latest installment in the Japanese 2D fighting series delivers the intense battles, lovely sprites and complex, ...Read More

Review: Sniper Elite III – Slightly Off the Mark

Review: Sniper Elite III – Slightly Off the Mark

Have you ever wondered what a bullet hitting a Nazi’s testicle would look like? I never have but Sniper Elite 3 might be the only game willing to teach such an anatomy lesson. ...Read More

Review: Valiant Hearts: The Great War – Down in the Trenches

Review: Valiant Hearts: The Great War – Down in the Trenches

Like the global conflict of World War I itself, Valiant Hearts: The Great War represents a massive triumph as well as a test of the human spirit. In ...Read More

Review: Xblaze Code: Embryo – The Tale of the Grimoire Retold

Review: Xblaze Code: Embryo – The Tale of the Grimoire Retold

A visual novel set in the Blazblue universe sounds like it would work considering how visual novel-ish the story mode in the games are. Xblaze Code: Embryo feels ...Read More

Review: Atelier Rorona Plus: Alchemists of Arland – An Expertly Crafted Remake

Review: Atelier Rorona Plus: Alchemists of Arland – An Expertly Crafted Remake

While people often talk about the usual annual franchises such as Call of Duty or Assassin’s Creed, they never talk about the Atelier series. It’s true: since 2010, ...Read More

Review: Spoiler Alert – Backwards Gameplay That’s Forward Thinking

Review: Spoiler Alert – Backwards Gameplay That’s Forward Thinking

In Spoiler Alert, the game is already beaten. Princess Tomato has been saved from the evil Mr. Deathbunny and roll credits. Your story doesn’t end there, however. Now ...Read More

Review: Battle Princess of Arcadias – This Princess Doesn’t Need Rescuing

Review: Battle Princess of Arcadias – This Princess Doesn’t Need Rescuing

Battle Princess of Arcadias is one of those super niche titles that I’m surprised even got a Western release. Although the story is inspired by Western fairy tales ...Read More

Review: EA Sports UFC – As Real As It Gets

Review: EA Sports UFC – As Real As It Gets

We’ve heard a lot about a new next generation exclusive UFC game being powered by EA Sports’ IGNITE Technology that would capture the athleticism, dedication, power, aggression, physiology ...Read More

Review: WildStar – Helping You Remember All of Your Favorite Canceled Sci-Fi Shows

Review: WildStar – Helping You Remember All of Your Favorite Canceled Sci-Fi Shows

MMO’s are meant to be many different things to their players. You have your hardcore PVPers, your long-term raid groups, your causal collectors, your social RPers, and everything ...Read More

Review: Pushmo World – The Pieces All Fall into Place

Review: Pushmo World – The Pieces All Fall into Place

Sometimes the sheer number of sweeping epics, fantastic adventures and complex tales of morality and navel gazing can really take a toll on a gamer. ...Read More

Review: Tomodachi Life – You’ll Want More Out of Life

Review: Tomodachi Life – You’ll Want More Out of Life

The latest addition to the impeccable Nintendo 3DS exclusive software library is Tomodachi Life. The game’s tagline is “ Your Friends. Your Drama. Your Life,” but real life ...Read More

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