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iDreamSky receives exclusive authorization to publish Gardenscapes

by Charlie Grammeron July 24, 2017
Shenzhen iDreamSky Technology Co., Ltd, also known simply as “iDreamSky”, was excited to announce recently that they have received exclusive authorization to publish the new match 3 craze, Gardenscapes. This title was developed by Playrix, which is one of the world’s top mobile gaming companies. The game itself is known for its breakthrough integration of match 3 […]

GORGEOUS Sega Game Gear – Magic Knight Rayearth Limited Edition – H4G

by hard4gameson July 22, 2017
Hard4Games covers the absolutely beautiful, Japan-only, Magic Knight Rayearth Sega Game Gear. Released in 1994, it is the rarest of the “Character Pack” series of Game Gears.

Path of Exile: The Fall of Oriath arrives next month

by Charlie Grammeron July 21, 2017
Grinding Gear Games was thrilled to announce that the highly anticipated expansion, Path of Exile: The Fall of Oriath, will be arriving on PC on August 4, 2017. This upcoming expansion features five new acts, which doubles the size of the current title, as well as a new Pantheon character customization system that allows players to wield the […]

XSEED Games announces PC release date for The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel

by Charlie Grammeron July 21, 2017
XSEED Games was recently excited to announce the release date of the upcoming PC port of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel. This title is set to arrive on August 2, 2017 via Steam, GOG.com, and the Humble Store. This title will feature a special launch week discount of 10% off of the […]

Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon cast unveiled

by Charlie Grammeron July 21, 2017
KOEI TECMO America was recently thrilled to share new details regarding the diverse characters and world within Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon. They have also shared a brand new trailer, which you can check out below: Within the title, Liliana, a young priestess, is selected to become a sacrifice to save […]

Ys SEVEN heads to PC

by Charlie Grammeron July 20, 2017
XSEED Games and Nihon Falcom were excited to announce that Ys SEVEN, which marked Nihon’s first entry in the series, is heading to Windows PC through Steam, GOG, and The Humble Store later this summer. This version will feature full HD, 60fps, plug-and-play compatibility with controllers, and achievements on the applicable platforms. For those unaware, the title […]

Review | The Town of Light (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron July 19, 2017
We have had the chance to check out a new psychological horror title known as The Town of Light. This follows a schizophrenic girl named Renée as she explores the asylum she was kept in when she was  younger. Will her tale be an interesting one, or will it simply fall flat? Story As noted, you take […]

Watch us stream Earthfall today, a Left 4 Dead-style FPS

by Josh Boykinon July 17, 2017
Valve doesn’t seem to like the number “3.” Whether it’s Half-Life, DOTA, or Left 4 Dead, Valve seems perfectly happy leaving us hanging for years. That doesn’t mean other developers aren’t trying to scratch those itches, though. Holospark, a developer based out of Bellvue, Washington, is working on an FPS that brings Left 4 Dead […]

E3 2017 | Roundtable Interview for Layton’s Mystery Journey with Lucy Pozniak and George Valko

by David Pooleon July 17, 2017
During our trip to E3 this year, we found the elusive Layton Cafe, found at Tom’s Urban in downtown Los Angeles and hosted by Level-5. After solving some puzzles and drinking some Professor Layton branded tea, we joined other press outlets for a roundtable interview about Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy. Joined […]

Review | Rising Storm 2: Vietnam (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron July 13, 2017
Tripwire and Antimatter Games have recently unleashed their 64-player title, Rising Storm 2: Vietnam. This title is purely multiplayer, so, unlike most reviews I usually do, there won’t really be a story section. Instead we’ll dive right into the gameplay; How well does the title hold up? Gameplay The title attempts to be utterly relentless as […]

Review | Drifting Lands (PC)

by Josh Boykinon July 10, 2017
For a while in the mid-2000s, the big trend was “RPG-elements.” Introducing experience points, leveling up, and increasing stats seems like an “easy” way to boost the life of any game. Balancing the quest for better loot and the core gameplay takes a special touch though, and Alkemi’s Drifting Lands found it. A complex loot […]

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