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Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Cinematic Premiere

Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Cinematic Premiere

October 24. Write it down. Tell your friends. Mark the calendar. Take time off work. CD Projekt RED will unveil the opening cinematic for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt at the Golden Joystick Awards Ceremony at 15:45 BST. And if you’ve see their previous trailer reveals, you know this is going to be something special. Can’t make the show? No worry – The Trail Opening Cinematic will be ...[Read More]

Review

Review

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Little Orbit’s Falling Skies: The Game hits the nail on the head. Billing itself as a squad-based strategy title, the design and gameplay feel very reminiscent of a similar award-winning title where humans battle against an alien horde. Though not as strong as other titles of the same vein, Falling Skies does bring a few unique angles to the board. F...[Read More]

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Review

In a day and age where JRPGs seem to have lost their luster, can Fairy Fencer F turn the tide?

Review: Child of Light (Wii U)

Review: Child of Light (Wii U)

When I was a child, I believed in magic. There were dragons that lived in concealed caves beneath the tightly packed soil of my backyard, and an ancient crone enchantress that lived in the house across the street. She was a quiet, reclusive sort of witch and I felt it was my duty to keep any other children in my neighborhood away from her front stoop, lest they be turned into some creepy crawly cr...[Read More]

conception ii

Meet Ellie and Chloe in Conception II’s Latest Trailers

With the release of Conception II getting closer Atlus is at full force to show off the characters you’ll play as. Today, Atlus is here with the third and forth characters also known as Ellie and Chloe. If you missed out on the other charters, don’t worry; you can click here and here. Just check out the trailers provided below to learn all you can about Ellie and Chloe. Out of the two ...[Read More]

Review: Bravely Default (3DS)

Review: Bravely Default (3DS)

In an expansive temple, a young woman bows her head in prayer before an enormous hovering crystal, which appears to be the only source of light in the room. Within moments, an inky blackness wraps its misty tendrils around the crystal and stains it dark. It is in that same instant that a giant chasm opens up in the earth and swallows a nearby village whole, leaving but one survivor. That is where ...[Read More]

New Info for Conception II; US Street Date Revealed

New Info for Conception II; US Street Date Revealed

Remember that zany dungeon-crawling RPG from Atlus we told you about a few days ago? Atlus has announced that it will be hitting the shelves here in the US on April 15th of this year. To commemorate this news, Atlus has released the first teaser trailer for the game which features a jammin’ song that will be available on the CD soundtrack being released with the collector’s edition of the game. Th...[Read More]

Review: Mario and Luigi: Dream Team (3DS)

Review: Mario and Luigi: Dream Team (3DS)

Dreams are usually pretty weird, right? One time I dreamed about riding to school on an inflatable cat instead of the school bus and the cat had eye lasers and instead of stopping at stop signs the inflatable cat bus just vaporized them with its eye lasers. When I got to school, the teachers were scarecrows and my fellow students were ears of corn that were covered in candy corn instead of actual ...[Read More]

Review: Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers (3DS)

Review: Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers (3DS)

When I first heard of the game Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers I wasn’t sure what to think. I knew it was a classic RPG that many people enjoyed. With me I enjoy the heck out any RPG since I can spend hours having a good time. Maybe at times it’ll be hard but who cares; as long as you’re having fun it’s a good sign. Now let’s fast forward to 2013 in w...[Read More]

Review: Mugen Souls (PS3)

Review: Mugen Souls (PS3)

There is a certain expectation that comes with seeing NIS at the opening. As the stalwart hold over for traditional Japanese RPG’s, NIS offers a regular injection for those of us with old school sensibilities. Mugen Souls looked to be a fun, turn based romp that would satiate those that crave turn based combat. It was clear it wouldn’t appeal to a massive audience, but it also managed to be such a...[Read More]

Darksiders II Preview Part 2: The Best RPG Since WoW.

Darksiders II Preview Part 2: The Best RPG Since WoW.

Today, in continuation of our Darksiders II coverage (see part one here), I will be going over what may be the most addicting and, to me, the most appealing portion of Darksiders II: the character customization. Melding an action game with aspects of the RPG genre is not exactly a new idea. We’ve seen more and more of it over the last 5 years, to varying degrees of success, but there is still a wi...[Read More]