Our boxy hero, Qbby, has a brand-new power that lets him duplicate his blocky bod into TWO sets of boxes. He'll put every box to use to survive perilous traps across 11+ worlds of puzzling levels. Learn new tricks and box formations to get past obstacles, like switches, spikes, and even lazers!
A little while back, HAL Laboratory – the team behind the charming Kirby games – delivered with a unique property known as BoxBoy, combining puzzle solving with simple black-and-white design, creating a unique 3DS experience as a result. Now, the team is back with a whole new follow-up, and, surprise, it stacks up just as well.
Ah, Dragon Quest or Dragon Warior as it was called in the US for a while, one of the most popular RPGs of all time in Japan to the point that I’ve always heard that any entry in the series cannot be released on a work day. Even at an early age, I stumbled upon this delightful series with its now iconic set of characters, sound effects, and music. Initially, I played Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 on the...[Read More]
Phoenix Wright is a character that has earned his place in gaming, coming out of nowhere to be a unique character that has found his way into the expanded works of Capcom. Many may know him for his signature finger-pointing while shouting “Objection!”, but behind this rather simplistic lawyer is a standout series of games that take the visual novel genre and apply logical decision-maki...[Read More]
With the release date getting closer I can’t help but get excited with each email that comes in about Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse. While I do work a full time job, juggling in some game time with the past games of the series is a must. If you’re like me you’ll want to know of techniques to battle those pesky demons within Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse. Atlus is here to ...[Read More]
The galaxy is not at peace. The war between the Galactic Federation and the Space Pirates is far from over. Enlist with the Federation Force to join a four-player local or online squad in this co-op sci-fi shooter. Fight alongside teammates in your specialized Mech to eliminate the Space Pirate menace and any threat that stands in your way.
When Metroid Prime: Federation Force debuted at E3 2015 (yes, well over a year ago), it was met with some harsh criticism, as some players were simply insisting that it was a light spin-off from the series, instead of the sequel that so many people wanted. Hell, some folks were even lambasting it worse than the off-shoot Metroid: Other M, it got so bad.
Rockers! We are just a little over three months away from the release of Pokemon Sun and Moon. Since its unofficial reveal in February, Pokemon trainers have been spoiled with the access amount of Pokemon Sun and Moon information that has been revealed over the last few months. Earlier new information was potentially leaked regarding Pokemon Sun and Moon’s upcoming Pokedex entries.
As someone who’s an avid fan of the Shin Megami Tensei series it’s hard to pass up on great news from the team at Atlus when it comes to the franchise. You should see my Nintendo 3DS. I still play the past game like a crazy mad-man who’s looking for his next demon. Trust me when I’ve put in 100+ hours into the game. Well now we’re here with some great news!
Since the release of Pokemon GO, the game has had a large variety of issues. Last week, a group of hackers disrupted the Pokemon GO servers making the game difficult to play for trainers all around the world. Today, yet another hacking has happened but this time, it is to the CEO of Niantics Twitter.
While Capcom may have missed the mark with the past few Resident Evil games, focusing instead on remakes and re-releases, and there hasn’t been a new Megaman game in quite some time, there is one franchise that Capcom continues to shine with, Monster Hunter. Monster Hunter is essentially a game of boss fights in which the player is sorely outmatched as the creatures are massive forces of nat...[Read More]