Following its initial announcement in 2023, I was positively jonesing to get my hands on Foamstars. Here was a game that was not only tackling its own interpretation of an established big player in the competitive multiplayer scene, but also doing so with flashy character designs and an aesthetic all its own. Fast-forward nine months
So here we are, back to dealing with the Planet all over again. Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth is a game that has a complicated history to deal with and a complicated set of fan desires to assuage. It’s not a stretch to say that the first game in the remake series was well-received, but it’s
One thing I like about video games today is their range. And by that I mean you can find titles that fully cater to adult players, and the themes found within these games can open you to new perspectives. A great example of this the game we are looking at today: Idea Factory’s new otome
With Honkai Star Rail‘s Patch 2.0 in full swing, there’s a lot of content out there to do. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, Gamer Escape is here to help out with a quick guide of what to do in-game. Claim Your Free Dr. Ratio If you haven’t been playing for a while, or have not checked
So later this month, we’re getting the second part of the Final Fantasy VII remake trilogy. And boy howdy, is that going to be complicated for a whole lot of people, because I feel like Final Fantasy VII Remake was already complicated and divisive for a certain portion of the audience. Which is interesting to
When I saw the initial trailers and pictures for Palworld back in 2021, I and many others had a similar reaction: “This can’t be real. This has to be a troll or something.” After all, we had just seen creatures that looked eerily similar to Pokémon engaging in gun fights and slave labor assembly lines,
Have you gotten your hands on a Lorebook Volume III yet? We managed to get our curious, lil fingers on one and we have perused the pristine pages to present you with some fun revelations that we found sprinkled throughout!
When it comes to upcoming games in February, one would be hard pressed to find a title with more eyes on it than Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. Coming hot off the heels of July’s Final Fantasy XVI, the second installment of the Final Fantasy VII remake trilogy has been leaving onlookers with no shortage of
Sometimes being a video game reviewer is pretty fun. I mean, no matter what the situation is, it’s a job; you are primarily judged by the quality of your work and your dedication to your craft. But sometimes you’re playing new games well before other people get to, and sometimes those games are just really
Back when I covered 2064: Read Only Memories: Integral on the Switch, it served as my initial introduction to the world of Neo San Francisco. Dripping with the cyberpunk aesthetic, its blend of murder mystery and robotic sapience themes made for a compelling point-and-click adventure experience. I was hoping that there would be some more
Today Aldianaux, Rook, and Xen tackle tier lists for a surprisingly in-depth run down of the best (and worst) Scions and Villains FFXIV! Let us know what you think! Were we totally off?
If I’m being honest, as a reviewer, it’s often difficult for a game to wow me. It’s not that there aren’t good games out there, but it sometimes feels rare to come across unique titles in this industry. Luckily, I think I found something that fits the bill in Paper Ghost Stories: Third Eye Open.
I mentioned in the intro to my previous review for Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising that when you see the title “Granblue Fantasy” attached to something, you are seeing a game based upon what is a long-running mobile title that has stretched the concept of a browser game based on JRPG combat about as far as
So, who’s up for a little co-op arcade action? You? Alright, just be sure to bring a drink to wash it down with! Coming at us from Mune Studio, we had the chance to have a quick look at Brews & Bastards, a slightly tipsy twin-stick take on the classic co-op arcade beat/shoot-em-up formula popularized
Hoyoverse has just announced a new character in Honkai Star Rail named Gallagher. “A security officer of the Bloodhound Family at Penacony. He is also a slovenly and indolent mixologist. Though unorganized in apparel and casual in how he makes his drinks, he is always courteous toward guests but keeps his vigilance about him. He
Some of the games I review on this site are like nesting dolls, and each time you think you have a handle on what the game is, you find yourself diving down another layer deeper. Other games are exactly what they appear to be. I mentioned this during a recent review, but I think this
"Legs" has grown into something more! Furrier, friendlier, and one of the topics on today's episode about Patch 6.55, with Fornax The Herald and Dr. Griswald joining Fusion and Rook!
Tune in as the Aetheryte Radio crew talks about last weekend's FFXIV Fan Festival in Tokyo! This is a story all about how, Four nerds got together and all set down, To talk about a Fan Fest in the Tokyo Dome, And the Dawntrail we're a-following to get Wuk Lamat home!
This past weekend, the third and final Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival took place in Tokyo, Japan leading up to the release of Final Fantasy XIV: Dawntrail. This year’s Japan Fan Fest was held in the Tokyo Dome, home of the Yomiuri Giants baseball team. The Tokyo Dome is a premier venue in Japan that,
On some level, Reigns is a concept that you are either on board with or not. It’s a pretty simple game in concept, at least; you are presented with an ongoing slew of decisions, and for each one you either swipe left or swipe right. There’s more to it than that, but it’s at once