Reviews

Review: Deception IV: Nightmare Princess

[The PS4 version of the game was used for this review] Tecmo Koei’s sadistic strategy game is back with a vengeance!  Does anybody remember the board game ‘Mouse Trap’ from when they were kids.

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Review: J-Stars Victory Vs+

Arriving in a release which would have seemed impossible not too long ago, J-Stars Victory Vs+ is the latest fighting game in the Shonen Jump game series and the first to be released in english and outside of Japan.

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Review: Tembo the Badass Elephant

Charging on to the scene with his best Rambo gear and bird companion, Tembo the Badass Elephant channels the iconic platforming action of generations past back when vibrant 2D character platformers were as plentiful, almost as much as generic war shooters have been on recent consoles.

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Review: Godzilla

In his current gen debut, Godzilla comes roaring to Playstation 4 in this new game from Bandai Namco.

Podcast

Otaku Nation UK Episode 59 – Thank you Iwata

(Original recording 13th July 2015)   This episode we watched: Ushio and Tora Rokka -Braves of the Six Flowers- we talk about the sad news of Satoru Iwata passing away, the latest gaming news and the recent events we’ve gone to (LAGC & Hyper Japan) and future events (LFCC)   http://media.blubrry.

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Review: Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven

Do you have the power? Are you the one? Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven is the latest RPG by Marvelous (Rune Factory 4 and Senran Kagura) Localised by XSEED. It follows the story of “Insert your name here” Eduard (I went with his default name of Luchs here.

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Review: Ar No Surge Plus

In this updated release for the PlayStation Vita, Ar No Surge Plus is the newly released port of the original Ar No Surge: Ode to an Unborn Star, which was released for PS3 back in 2014.

Features

Hyper Japan Festival 2015 Recap

Nearing the middle of the summer months, it’s time again for this year’s Hyper Japan Festival, which took place in London over the weekend at the famous o2 venue on the Greenwich peninsula.

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Review: Splatoon

When I first heard the announcement of Splatoon, the first thing that came to mind was a kid’s game that was on SMTV many years ago, but in fact, Splatoon is Nintendo’s first third person shooter on the Wii U.

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Review: Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3: V Generation

Once again, we return to the world of Gaminsudstri In Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3: V Generation, the remake of HDN Victory on the PS3. In the original release, Victory brought a wide range of improvements to the series, which were then used as the basis for the Re;Birth games.

Podcast

Otaku Nation UK Episode 58 – E3 Wrap Up

(Original recording 29th June 2015)   This episode we watched: Plastic Memories Sound! Euphonium Also this episode we talk about E3 with the news, announcements and our favourite moments. http://media.

Features

An interview with Idea Factory International

Now into their second year, Idea Factory International is one of the newer companies dedicated to bringing Japanese games to America, Europe and worldwide across consoles and more recently, PC via Steam.

Podcast

Otaku Nation UK Episode 57 – Chinese Zodiac Just Got Cuter

(Original recording 10th June 2015)   This episode we watched: ETOTAMA Tsukimonogatari We also talk about the Sonic Boom sequel, Hyrule Warriors is coming to the 3DS, the new limited edition PS4’s and EGX Rezzed is back in London next year http://media.blubrry.

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Review: Final Fantasy Type-0 HD

Originally a PSP exclusive in Japan back in 2011, Final Fantasy Type-0 has received a HD release on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One, with a PC release also in the pipeline.

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Otaku Nation UK Episode 56 – All aboard the hype train!!

(Original recording 4th June 2015) This week we watched: Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches Punch Line We talk about the Fallout 4 announcement, the side stories of Bloodborn & Dark Souls, more gaming news including Dangan Ronpa, Splatoon & Uncharted 4 and new events to go to!!   http://media.blubrry.

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