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Review | Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron March 20, 2017
We were given a chance to check out the second in the Mysterious trilogy of Atelier games. How will Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey hold up? Story The story follows Firis, who, in the beginning, resides in a small mining village known as Ertona. This village is located within a mountain, and the locals are quite frightened of […]

DYING: Reborn has arrived on PlayStation Vita

by Charlie Grammeron March 14, 2017
Oasis Games was proud to announce that their room escape horror game, DYING: Reborn, has arrived for PlayStation Vita gamers to enjoy, following the PlayStation VR and PlayStation 4 launches. This new Vita version arrives alongside a new bundle that includes the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR versions at a price of $24.99. The individual versions […]

Birthdays the Beginning trailer series comes to an end with Celebrate

by Charlie Grammeron March 14, 2017
In the final of Yasuhiro Wada’s trilogy of Birthdays the Beginning trailer videos, he discusses the theme “Celebrate!”. As you play through the game’s story, a creature library will slowly be built upon. This shows a player’s captured life-forms, its rarity, and some insight on what life-form has been captured. The story, they report, will only have […]

GOD WARS Future Past delayed until June

by Charlie Grammeron March 8, 2017
Nippon Ichi Software has recently announced that the upcoming title, GOD WARS Future Past, will be delayed until June 20, 2017 for North American audiences and June 16, 2017 for European audiences. “We understand that delays are not the most pleasant of announcements,” they stated, “but we want to ensure our fans experience the highest quality version […]

Review | Berserk and the Band of the Hawk (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron March 7, 2017
With the success of adapting prior anime IPs into the musou formula, Omega Force has decided to try their hand at another. Will Berserk and the Band of the Hawk succeed in providing a fun, interesting title, or will it fall short, feeling merely like a cash grab? Story The game takes its name from the focus of […]

KOEI TECMO details new features within Toukiden 2

by Charlie Grammeron March 3, 2017
KOEI TECMO America was recently excited to share details surrounding the online features, expansive character creation system, and new foes for Toukiden 2, the upcoming sequel to the popular demon-hunting role-playing game, Toukiden. This title is scheduled to arrive on March 21, 2017 for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC via Steam. Check out the new […]

SQUARE ENIX highlights RPG elements with new NieR: Automata trailer

by Charlie Grammeron March 3, 2017
SQUARE ENIX, in an attempt to help players prepare for the upcoming release of NieR: Automata, has shared a new video showing off various role-playing game elements, highlighting several systems, skills, and features that provide depth to the fast-paced action. Check it out below: Within this video, they have shown off the following: ·         “Reliquary” System – […]

Thrustmaster has announced launch of three Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands-licensed headsets

by Charlie Grammeron March 3, 2017
In an effort to help gamers achieve peak performance and live the full experience at the heart of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Thrustmaster was thrilled to announce plans to unleash a line of three licensed gaming headsets, including an extremely highly-anticipated worldwide exclusive model. Master of both speech and hearing in some sensitive situations, such as […]

Review | Double Dragon IV (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron March 3, 2017
We’ve recently had the opportunity to check out Double Dragon IV for the PlayStation 4, which goes back to the classic look and feel that Double Dragon I and II had back on the Nintendo Entertainment System and arcade. How will this throwback to the franchise staples fare in this day and age? Story As you would probably expect, the storyline […]

Chime Sharp now on consoles

by Charlie Grammeron February 24, 2017
Chilled Mouse was recently pleased to unleash Chime Sharp, their music puzzle title on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This game gives Tetris-style puzzle gameplay a bit of a musical twist as it sees you traverse along a beatline that reads shapes as notes through 16 levels, experimental modes, and a melodic ambient soundtrack. You will need […]

Birthdays the Beginning second interview video has gone live

by Charlie Grammeron February 17, 2017
Nippon Ichi Software America has continued Yasuhiro Wada’s interview series for Birthdays the Beginning with a new video, themed “Nurture”. You can check it out below: In this second of the three-part series, Mr. Wada gives examples of the many different worlds you will be able to create, as well as insight on how to build the […]