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18 Nov 2019

Review: Need For Speed Heat

We are long past the golden age of the arcade racer. Once dominating gaming in the late 90s and early 00s, it’s been some time since I have had a Need For Speed in my library. With the occasional dip into sim racers with Forza 4, I hadn’t even thought about playing a racer again.
24 Sep 2019

Gabranth Joins Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

During a developer livestream of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, the next character joining the ever-growing roster of the famous arcade game was announced to be none other than Final Fantasy XII’s Judge Magister Gabranth. Along with various gameplay adjustments and updates, the new character is slated as a DLC add-on release on October 10th. You
12 Sep 2019

Review: Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

Monster Hunter World was one of the few games I've rated 9+. The series is second only to Final Fantasy in how many hours I've sunk into it. It's safe to say I've been looking forward to the new expansion for a while. At the same time, there's always that worry with change. Will I enjoy what's new, or will it take away what I love?
9 Sep 2019

Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC Trailer

Ahead of Tokyo Game Show which begins later this week, Square Enix today revealed a brand new trailer for upcoming Kingdom Hearts III DLC. In addition to helping expand the story of Kingdom Hearts, this new Re Mind DLC will also give players the chance to battle against new bosses with Sora’s new battle form.
9 Sep 2019

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition Arrives January 23 Next Year

Before Tokyo Game Show kicks off later this week, Square Enix has announced the release date for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition with a new trailer. The game will release on January 23 next year for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and iOS and Android. New to the remastered version, the updates to the game
3 Sep 2019

Review: Utawarerumono: ZAN

I’ve played many games that suffer from an identity crisis, but I can still usually feel what they’re going for. It is rare that I get my hands on a game with truly baffling design, but that is what I have here with Utawarerumono: ZAN. This is a game so at odds with itself I’m not sure who it is really for outside of its existing fans. While it’s not all bad, I don’t have many good things to say.
9 Aug 2019

Is PlayStation 4 The Next PlayStation 2?

With Sony’s recent announcement of the PlayStation 4 shipping 100 million units since its launch, the fastest console to do so according to CNET, citing a tweet by Daniel Ahmed, and with the PlayStation 5 on the horizon I thought it would be a good time to look at the PS4’s legacy and its possible
8 Jul 2019

Review: Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers

Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers is finally here! After jumping in at early access we’ve gone through what the initial offerings of the expansion are and are ready to give it our review! We have five reviewers, and four categories. Let’s see what we thought of Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers!
25 Jun 2019

E3 2019 Quick-Look: LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

After five previous entries in the LEGO Star Wars video game series over the past fourteen years, one might wonder why a new entry is needed or what the developers hope to accomplish. Well, after a live demo, we are certainly excited about what’s to come. The demo began by showing the world selection screen
24 Jun 2019

E3 2019 Quick-Look: Cyberpunk 2077

While out at E3 this month, I had a chance to sit on the floor of an over-filled theater space to see about an hour or so of CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 in action.
20 Jun 2019

E3 2019 Hands-on: Dragonball Z: Kakarot

At E3 this year, Bandai Namco finally gave a name to it’s Dragon Ball Game Project Z Action RPG: Dragonball Z: Kakarot. I had a chance to sit down with the game this week and I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. The game is being touted as a Dragonball Z RPG and though while
1 Feb 2019

Review: Resident Evil 2

Since its announcement in 2015, fans have eagerly been awaiting the remake of one of the most loved entries in the Resident Evil series, Resident Evil 2. The series has seen shifts in its gameplay over the years, from tank controls, to an over the shoulder view, to Resident Evil 7 making the move to
28 Jan 2019

Review: Kingdom Hearts III

Since its release back in 2005, fans around the world have been eagerly pining for the long-awaited numbered sequel to Kingdom Hearts II. Multiple titles have been released since then on a variety of platforms, with the last being Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance on the Nintendo 3DS back in 2012 . In the seven-year
22 Jan 2019

Live Performances of the Kingdom Hearts Theme Songs Available on PlayStation VR

Kingdom Hearts and Hikaru Utada fans rejoice! Live performances of Kingdom Hearts theme songs, “Hikari” (Kingdom Hearts) and “Chikai” (Kingdom Hearts III) are now available for your viewing pleasure on PlayStation VR.
20 Dec 2018

Review: We Happy Few

When I had the chance to sit down with Compulsion Games’ We Happy Few for the first time out at E3, I loved the witty humor and odd narrative that they had weaved together. I’ve recently sat down and run through the entirety of the full game and I say that my opinion hasn’t changed
10 Dec 2018

Monster Hunter: World Receiving Expansion and The Witcher 3 Event

Today, Capcom announced that Monster Hunter: World will be receiving a new, massive DLC expansion in the form of Iceborne. The expansion, which arrives in Autumn of next year will feature new quest ranks, locations, monsters, moves and gear. Iceborne will also feature a brand new narrative which takes place following the story of Monster
28 Mar 2018

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age Coming West

Today, Square Enix announced that Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age will be arriving on the PlayStation 4 and Steam on September 4th later this year. The game, which has won multiple awards since its release in Japan, including a perfect 40/40 from Famitsu, will see several additions made to its Western release:
27 Jul 2017

Review: Pyre

The latest game from Supergiant Games, known for Bastion and Transistor, has arrived in the form of a party-based RPG called Pyre. We enjoyed our hands on time with the game at PAX West and are excited to follow-up with a full review of the game! Let’s get into it!
22 Jun 2016

Review: Umbrella Corps

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 would follow the same path. Were my thoughts on point? Or was I not giving
17 Jun 2016

The Long Journey Home: E3 Impressions

Daedalic Entertainment continues its work on The Long Journey Home, an intriguing melding of space exploration and RPG, with elements of old-school interactive fiction and choose your own adventure games.  The premise is simple enough: in the distant future you are supposed to take short trip to Alpha Centauri and back, but on launch your jump drive