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Review | Batman: The Enemy Within – Episode Two: The Pact

by David Pooleon October 12, 2017
The newest episode of Batman: The Enemy Within has a lot of high expectations after the fantastic first episode. Episode two: The Pact, is probably the most different episode in the whole series so far. That isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as it allows players to explore new areas of Telltale’s interesting world. As always, […]

Review | Last Day of June

by Charlie Grammeron October 2, 2017
We’ve been granted to check out a new title from Ovosonico known as Last Day of June. Will it tell a compelling, heart-wrenching story, or will it fall flat? Story The title opens as a man named Carl and his wife, June, are on a pier, enjoying the summer sun. They decide to head home […]

Review | Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron September 26, 2017
Having fought my way through the aftermath of the Holy Grail War, it’s time to see if XSEED’s sequel to Fate/Extra lives up to expectations. How will the latest title in the series hold up? Story As noted, Fate/Extella’s story occurs after the events of the Holy Grail War, which was successfully won by Nero […]

Review | Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

by David Pooleon September 22, 2017
It’s practically a miracle. A new union of the entertainment giant Marvel with the game developer Capcom, fans likely didn’t think it would happen again. After the stellar Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (and the Ultimate version), Capcom lost the license to continue supporting the game. This was due to Disney not renewing their license with […]

Review | Project Remedium (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron September 22, 2017
We’ve been granted the chance to check out a new shooter occurring within the human body itself, Project Remedium. Will it live up to its claims? Story Although the game claims to be quite story driven, the story itself is rather simple; You play as a nanobot injected into a little girl. Your objective, as […]

Free Stuff Friday 9/22/17 [CLOSED]

by David Pooleon September 22, 2017
[Edit: Thank you to all who entered. This contest is now closed and the winner is….Izzy! Congratulations to our winner! We will have another Free Stuff Friday next month, so keep your eyes peeled.] Hey Gamers! Welcome to GotGame’s first ever Free Stuff Friday! We’re hoping to make this a regular thing, as we have […]

Impressions from the Dragon Ball FighterZ Closed Beta

by David Pooleon September 19, 2017
This past weekend, Bandai Namco held their closed beta test for their popular fighting game, Dragon Ball FighterZ. It wasn’t easy to get a code to participate, but we at GotGame were lucky enough to obtain one to give the new characters a test drive. Since the test was only at certain times, I was […]

Review | Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron September 15, 2017
We’ve had a chance to check out Car Mechanic Simulator 2018, which is a new real-life simulator experience that has been developed by RedDot Games. Will players be able to enjoy the title, or will it fail to grab even the most hardcore simulation fans? Story Honestly, as one may expect, there is quite a […]

Review | Moero Chronicle (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron September 14, 2017
We’ve been given the opportunity to check out Moero Chronicle, which, as you may be able to tell in some images included with this review, may not be something you would wish to play in public. But is it just a mess of fanservice, or will there actually be a solid game underneath the coating? […]

Review | Ys Seven (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron September 6, 2017
We’ve managed to make it through the recent PC port of Ys Seven, which was initially released on PlayStation Portable. How will Adol’s adventures hold up this time? Story The game begins with Adol, who had boarded a ship, makes it safely to his destination and explores a town that had been long closed to both adventurers […]

Review | Life is Strange: Before the Storm — Episode One: Awake

by David Pooleon September 1, 2017
Back in June, GotGame was given a chance to watch a gameplay demo of Square-Enix’s Life if Strange: Before the Storm, and we were left very impressed. Deck Nine took on the task of telling a prequel story for Dontnod’s touching story, Life is Strange, and after playing the first episode, it seems to be […]