Category: Gaming News

At E3 2015, Square Enix announced that their newly established studio, Tokyo RPG Factory, that specializes in JRPGs would be working on a new game that, at the time, was only known as “Project Setsuna.” Now here we are, a little...
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Bring the Dragons Over! I’ve talked a bit about the company Imageepoch back in our Stella Glow review – a developer of mostly JRPGs, with most of their work staying exclusive to Japan, and defunct as of 2015. Imageepoch created a few...
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Taking a Risk It can be easy to say that the gaming industry likes to play it safe with modern releases. We have the never-ending stream of first-person military shooters with very little differences between them, because developers know that...
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Adding More to the Story So, let’s say that you’re a game developer or publisher, and you have released a game that has (hopefully) become a rousing success. The game has acquired a fanbase, whether big or small, that loves...
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When Umbrella Corps was first announced I wasn’t quite sure what to make of it. A competitive shooter in the world of Resident Evil? After the mixed reception earned by Operation Raccoon City, I couldn’t help myself but think it likely that this game...
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This year, EA decided to not be at E3… or at least at E3 proper. This year, they decided to hold a separate event called EA Play that was located in LA Live right next to the Los Angeles Convention...
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