During my moving trip from West Virginia to Alaska (more on that story later) by truck, I was given a lot of downtime to just hang out and play some games that I haven’t got to sink much time into. Pulling out my Vita, I flopped between Axiom Verge, a Metroid-style game that I reviewed a while back, and Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth. After a few hours of wandering about in the world of Digimon...[Read More]
Video game publisher NIS America announced today, that the next chapter in the Ys series of games, Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA, would be making its way to the PlayStation 4 and Vita and PC, this September.
Earlier this week, video game publisher XSEED Games unleased a new teaser trailer for its upcoming ACQUIRE developed JRPG, Akiba’s Beat, which is due out for the PlayStation 4 and Vita in the middle of May.
Limited Run have jumped in popularity over the last year, quickly making the company the go to place for collectors of physical editions of games. Each release is made with a limited number of units, hence the name, while also being one of the only ways to get these games in physical form. Specializing mostly in PS4 and PSVita titles, Limited Run have just announced a slew of new games on the way,...[Read More]
Aksys games and Nihon Falcom have announced that Tokyo Xanadu is coming to North America and Europe with a new localisation on the Vita. Even though the Vita continues to struggle to make a hefty dent in sales, more and more games seem to find their way to the system. As someone who really enjoys the Vita and even collects a bit for it, this is exciting. The Vita is home to a slew of JRPGs, which ...[Read More]
Earlier today, video game publisher NIS America revealed that two of its upcoming releases, Touhou Genso Wanderer and Touhou Double Focus, would be getting a slight delay in their release, slipping to March 2017.
During PlayStation Experience over the weekend, video game publisher NIS America announced that the third game in the Danganronpa series, Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony, will be heading to North America and Europe on the PlayStation 4 and Vita, in 2017.
Here of late it seems like I’m always playing one of two types of games, Metroidvania or dungeon crawler. Not sure how that keeps happening. . . The game up for review this time around, Ray Gigant, is a dungeon crawler with first person exploration mechanics similar to Etrian Odyssey or the game we recently reviewed, Stranger of Sword City. Where Ray Gigant differentiates is its hand drawn sprites...[Read More]