Review: Odin Sphere Leifthrasir
Would you like to read a story? Odin’s Sphere Leifthrasir is a remake of Odin’s Sphere on the PS2, with better graphics and a great treatment of the game, how does it do? Mostly, with remakes, the score given relies heavily on the nostalgia of playing a game you once loved.
Review: Samurai Warriors 4-2
“I will claim these warring states as my own!” Samurai Warriors started off as a spin-off to the hugely successful Dynasty Warriors series when it began to pick up steam, releasing the story of the Edo Period’s most tumultuous time.
Press Release: Gal*Gun: Double Peace has a new trailer and it is glorious!
With only a few more weeks to go until Gal*Gun Double Peace makes it’s western debut, PQube have finally released an trailer of the English version of the game to get everyone excited while you wait for the game to launch next month.
Review: Mighty No.9
[Version reviewed: Xbox One] Running, jumping, shooting, dying; for over a quarter of a century, this style of game has been in the memories of gamers since the first Mega Man game on the NES. Mighty No.
Project Diva X finally confirmed for Australia (& Europe) ?
When any details of a European release were noticeably absent from the English release announcement of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X, most EU fans were left wondering whether the game would be coming to Europe at all.
Review: Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
We have to save the Digital World! The first big Digimon console RPG to hit the West in many years, boasting a large amount of Digimon and good story. Released last year in Japan, the game has had wide praise and been highly anticipated by both RPG and Digimon fans.
Press Release: Senran Kagura Estival Versus Release Date confirmed
Earlier today, Marvelous Europe finally confirmed the release date for the latest game in the Senran Kagura series, Estival Versus.
Review: Sword Art Online: Lost Song
Prepare to dive into Adventure! Lost Song is the latest RPG to delve into the story of one of the most popular anime and manga of the current day, Sword Art Online.
Review: Lost Dimension
“There is a traitor among us…” In a dystopian future, you are sent into a life or death struggle with The End, a seemingly insane maniac with the power to destroy the world on his own.
Review: One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3
“I left it all out there, in that place!” This is the third game in the series inspired by and using loosely the same system as Dynasty Warriors but in the One Piece world. Is the third game a welcome addition? Yes.
Press Release: Senran Kagura Estival Versus coming to Europe early next year
It looks like fans of the “Bakunyu(Big breast) hyper battle” genre can look forward to a pair of exciting releases from Marvelous Europe early next year.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
DJ Max devs return with SUPERBEAT: XONiC on PS Vita
Later this year, the team behind DJ Max are planning to return to the PS Vita with their new rhythm game, SUPERBEAT: XONiC.
Preview: J-Stars Vs+
The last time J-Stars was a real game (Outside the release of the original Japanese version of this game) this was a Japan only, Smash Bros style brawler for Gamecube and PS2.
Mighty No.9 gets a new trailer and ‘retro’ DLC skin
With the new release date for Mighty No.9 slowly getting closer, Deep Silver have released a new 60fps trailer showing off the different transformations you can use from the bosses you defeat throughout the game.
Review: Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed
The ever expanding Neptunia franchise takes on the beat ‘em up genre in Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed, the action-centric spin off from the main series.