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The Town of Light has arrived on console and PC

by Charlie Grammeron June 8, 2017
LKA.it and Wired Productions were excited to announce that The Town of Light has arrived on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via digital form and physical form, the latter of which is delivered thanks to a partnership with THQNordic. This title, for those unaware, is a first-person psychological adventure game with a solemn and […]

E3 2017 | GotGame Predictions for Sony

by David Pooleon June 5, 2017
Our apologies for the delay, there were some minor issues that took a bit of time. Continuing with the trend of E3 2017 speculation, we have another batch of predictions. Yesterday was focused on Nintendo, predicting game announcements, secret projects, and even firmware updates. Today our focus shifts over to Sony and their PlayStation brand […]

Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy is now available

by Charlie Grammeron May 17, 2017
Nippon Ichi Software was happy to announce that Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy has officially gone live on both PlayStation Vita and Steam for North American audiences to enjoy. Europeans will need to wait for May 19, 2017 to get their hands on the Vita version. In addition, the title features several discounts during the […]

Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds has arrived in North America

by Charlie Grammeron May 16, 2017
Idea Factory was thrilled to announce that Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds has officially arrived in North America for the PlayStation Vita, with a set release date of May 19, 2017 for European markets. It is available in both physical and digital formats, and also features full compatibility with the PlayStation TV. For those unaware, this is […]

Arizona Sunshine heads to PlayStation VR

by Charlie Grammeron May 13, 2017
Arizona Sunshine, a popular virtual reality zombie shooter game, will arrive on PlayStation VR next month, Vertigo Games and Jaywalkers Interactive were excited to announce. The title was built from the ground up for virtual reality and is a full-feature game that places you in the middle of a zombie apocalypse as if you were […]

Review | The Caligula Effect (Vita)

by Charlie Grammeron May 10, 2017
We were given the chance to check out The Caligula Effect, a new role-playing game by Aquria for the PlayStation Vita. How will the title, featuring a story by Tadashi Satomi (of Persona, Persona 2: Innocent Sin, and Persona 2: Eternal Punishment) fare? Story Mere minutes upon diving into the title, the protagonist comes to quite […]

Review | Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII: Fame & Strategy Expansion (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron May 6, 2017
Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII was an interesting strategy game, and now it has received an expansion that adds more depth to the game’s systems, as well as brings the title to Xbox One for the first time. How will the game feel when entire systems are added? Story We’ll begin by examining one […]

Review | Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds (Vita)

by Charlie Grammeron May 1, 2017
Idea Factory has recently given us the chance to check out their Vita port of Hakuoki: Kyoto WInds, a visual novel with a bit of a following. How will this port fare? Will the story be captivating, or fall short? Story Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds places you in control of a young girl who has travelled […]

Review | Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron April 26, 2017
Six years ago, People Can Fly unleashed Bulletstorm, a bit of a cult classic that hasn’t really been replicated as of yet. Unfortunately, the game never broke even in terms of finance, but it has been granted a second chance on the current generation. How will this enhanced version stand up? Story The game places […]

AKIBA’S BEAT receives new trailer

by Charlie Grammeron April 22, 2017
XSEED Games has attempted to help whet the appetites of fans for ACQUIRE’s upcoming May 16, 2017 launch of their satirical Japanese Role-Playing Game, AKIBA’S BEAT, by unleashing a brand new story trailer. This trailer, which you can check out below, teases the game’s reality-bending premise while also offering up a glimpse into the game’s […]

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, […]