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Review | Nights of Azure 2 (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron November 15, 2017
We’ve recently had a chance to check out Nights of Azure 2, the sequel to the dark title. How will GUST’s sequel hold up? Story Nights of Azure 2 is set in a world rapidly being consumed by night and demons that call this darkness home. They are led by a great demon of incredible […]

Review | Mary Skelter: Nightmares (PlayStation Vita)

by Charlie Grammeron October 31, 2017
As Halloween draws ever closer, we have finally managed to get through a strange little dungeon crawler known as Mary Skelter: Nightmares for the PlayStation Vita. How will it stand up? Story The title begins with a couple of fairy tale characters inside of a strange, living jail that suddenly appeared one day and captured a […]

Review | Hidden Dragon Legend (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron October 19, 2017
We’ve recently had a chance to check out a new title known as Hidden Dragon Legend. Will the indie title be worth your money, or just worth burying and forgetting? Story The game places you in control of an amnesiac man known as Lu, who is known to bring both misery and death wherever he […]

Review | Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron October 17, 2017
Having made it through another entry, it’s time to find out if Capcom’s latest title in the popular Marvel vs. Capcom fighting series is good, or if those who will hate it without Wolverine will be correct in thinking it will be horrible. David had previously reviewed the title, for those also seeking a second […]

Review | Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron October 12, 2017
The Senran Kagura series has always looked like simple fan service, and Peach Beach Splash doesn’t hold back on this perception either. But is there anything more to the title, as there has been with prior Senran Kagura titles? Story Despite what it seems, Senran Kagura isn’t purely fan service. Every character has a reason […]

Review | Blue Reflection (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron October 5, 2017
We’ve been granted the chance to check out the first game in which Mel Kishida, well known as the character designer for games such as the Atelier Arland series, has taken on a lead creative role. Will he be able to impress with Blue Reflection, or are his talents better served as a character designer […]

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 | Warriors All-Stars (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron September 27, 2017
Having finally finished Warriors All-Stars, it’s time to determine how it compares. Will it simply be nothing more than a Koei Tecmo mashup, or will there be a decent game underneath? Story The title begins as various heroes have been summoned into a world in order to help a noble take the throne. They soon […]

Review | Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron September 22, 2017
We’ve been granted the chance to check out the latest title in the popular Danganronpa franchise, Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony. How will the latest killing game play out? Story The title, as you should expect, takes place with 16 high school students suddenly waking up in a strange school that has been fortified in order […]

Review | Resident Evil Revelations (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron September 13, 2017
For those unaware, Resident Evil Revelations initially arrived back in 2012 on the Nintendo 3DS, then made the jump to PlayStation 3. Now, as part of the 20th anniversary celebration of the series, it has received a high-definition update and arrived on PlayStation 4. How will it feel on the current generation? Story The game […]

Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon’s level and battle party mechanics revealed

by Charlie Grammeron August 10, 2017
KOEI TECMO and GUST were excited to unveil new details surrounding the level up system and battle party mechanics for the upcoming title, Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon, which is currently scheduled for an October 24, 2017 release. In addition, they have unveiled a new trailer, which you can check out […]