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Warhammmer 40,000: Dawn of War III receives Fragments of War trailer

by Charlie Grammeron April 22, 2017
As Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III approaches release, Relic Entertainment and SEGA Europe were thrilled to unleash the new Fragments of War trailer: The above trailer surfaces the defining features of the core heroes. These are Gabriel Angelos of the Space Marines, Farseer Macha of the Eldar, and Gorgutz ‘Ead’unter of the Orks. As […]

Syberia 3 receives launch trailer

by Charlie Grammeron April 22, 2017
Though it was delayed in North America, Syberia 3 will soon be upon us, and, as such, developer Microïds has shared a new launch trailer. This trailer can be seen below: You should prepare yourself as the new chapter will take you into the heart of Eastern Europe, through desolated lands, frozen lakes, unexpected encounters, […]

Review | Castle Battles (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron April 20, 2017
Having had a chance to check out Castle Battles, it’s time to determine if it lives up to its potential, or if it falls short. Is it a strategy game that you should check out, or is it one to avoid? Read on to find out. Gameplay The title is a top-down strategy game, and […]

Review | Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series – Episode 1: Tangled Up in Blue

by David Pooleon April 20, 2017
Marvel has been taking a bit of a backseat on video game development up until lately. Despite their success with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, they haven’t been doing many games based on those movies like they used to (unless you count Disney Infinity 3.0). Seems like they’re trying to make sure their properties get the […]

Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls heads to Steam in Summer 2017

by Charlie Grammeron April 12, 2017
Steam users have the opportunity to save Time itself as Idea Factory and Compile Heart were thrilled to announce that the action-packed role-playing game, Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls, makes it way to Steam, featuring 1080p graphics. The title originally released on PlayStation Vita, and has Iffy riding around with Neptune to save history. […]

KOEI TECMO America reveals Warriors All-Stars

by Charlie Grammeron April 11, 2017
KOEI TECMO America was thrilled to reveal the upcoming western release of Omega Force’s latest one-versus-thousand action title, Warriors All-Stars. This title brings a number of KOEI TECMO Games’ most beloved characters for an all new Warriors style experience when it arrives on PlayStation 4 and Steam come August 29, 2017. Some of the fan-favorite […]

The Elder Scrolls Online free week is currently live

by Charlie Grammeron April 11, 2017
Fans of the series that have been hesitant to pick up The Elder Scrolls Online may be pleased to hear that, running until April 18, 2017, the title is free to play across all platforms. Here is what this Free Play week includes: No Restrictions: Access to the full The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited […]

Battle Princess Madelyn attempts to garner funds for final stretch goals

by Charlie Grammeron April 11, 2017
Though it has achieved 308% funding, Casual Bit Games is attempting to successfully reach the final stretch goals for their popular Kickstarter, Battle Princess Madelyn. Christopher Orbritsch, Creative Director at Casual Bit Games, stated, “Battle Princess Madelyn’s Kickstarter has been absolutely overwhelming, and the demand for our physical PS4 tier (with Kickstarter exclusive cover), that we’re able […]

Review | Train Mechanic Simulator 2017 (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron April 11, 2017
Train Mechanic Simulator 2017 attempts to bring excitement to fixing various types of trains. Will it succeed, or will it just end up flopping? Gameplay The game occurs in an open world map, allowing you to drive around in a tow train as you attempt to track down broken trains. You will receive objectives that […]

Review | Senran Kagura: Estival Versus (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron April 6, 2017
Senran Kagura: Estival Versus has arrived on PC with all of the fanservice intact, but does it actually have any depth, or will it skate by on just the fanservice? Story Though it would be easy to get up in arms after viewing screens about how the game appears to be 100 percent fanservice and […]

Review | Monster Monpiece (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron March 30, 2017
You may see Monster Monpiece and wish to just dismiss it as pure fanservice. This is understandable, as there is quite a lot within the game, but is there anything of substance beneath? Gameplay The title was initially released on the PlayStation Vita several years ago, enjoying a period of infamy thanks to the rather […]