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REVIEW – Neurovoider Xbox One

Mixing Some of This With Some of That It is not often to use the phrase “4-player twin-sticker shooter RPG Roguelike” to describe a game but Flying Oak Games’ Neurovoider fits this bill. It is also a wonder as to why a game like this isn’t copied over and over since it is a such …

NEWS – Square Enix Releasing Seiken Densetsu Collection on Nintendo Switch

Fulling the dreams of gamers everywhere, Square Enix (finally) announced the Seiken Densetsu Collection for Nintendo Switch. Set to release both physically and digitally on June 6, 2017, this collection will include the following: Seiken Densetsu: Final Fantasy Gaiden (aka Final Fantasy Adventure for the original Gameboy) Seiken Densetsu 2 (aka Secret of Mana on …

NEWS – Ys Origin Now on PS4

DotEmu, developer and publisher specializing in modern releases of beloved retro games, is thrilled to announce that Ys Origin is now available on PlayStation 4. This game was initially released in Japan in 2006. Following a devastating demonic invasion, the twin Goddesses use their magic to bring the inhabitants of legendary Ys safely into the …

NEWS – Redeemer Is Basically Mortal Kombat Meets Diablo – Watch This Trailer

Gambitious Digital Entertainment has revealed independent developer Sobaka’s Redeemer, a top-down, close-quarters action game coming later this year to Windows PC through Steam and GOG.com. Redeemer’s single-player story follows a former elite operative whose violent past finally catches up with him after years of living in hiding within a remote mountain monastery. Punch, kick, hammer, …

VIDEOCAST – Rosenkreuzstilette PC

Rosenkreuzstilette has to be one the most difficult/confusing to pronounce video game titles of all time. Other than this fact, we didn’t really know what to expect when we booted up this game for the stream. As it turns out, this is a Mega Man clone through and through. And when we say this is …

REVIEW – Fairune 2 3DS eShop

The Sleeper Hit of the eShop Not only does Fairune 2 expand upon the first game, it stands as one of the most charming 3DS eShop exclusive titles to date. Outside of first party Nintendo games, I think Circle Entertainment/Skipmore/Urara-Works titles are some of the highest quality and most entertaining on the 3DS eShop. Witch …

REVIEW – Organic Panic Xbox One Review With Live Stream

Whole Food Wars – Pitting fruits and veggies against meats and cheeses is a new approach against the usual good-versus-evil or hero-saves-princess gameplay in this action puzzle platformer. Organic Panic takes the shooting mechanic of Rocket Riot, the physics based puzzle design of The Splatters, and the twitch based trial-and-error level design mechanic of Super …

REVIEW – Legend of Dark Witch 2: Price of Desire 3DS eShop

The Other Witcher – Over a year ago, Circle Entertainment’s original Legend of Dark Witch was an eShop sleeper hit built around the classic Mega Man gameplay formula. This sequel, the Legend of Dark Witch 2: Price of Desire, is more of the same but actually contains a healthy amount of content for a $6.99 …

REVIEW – Transformers Devastation

Devastatingly Platinum – Taking the developmental reigns from High Moon Studios, Platinum Games – best known for Bayonetta and Metal Gear Rising Revengeance – has put their iconic rock’em sock’em action flourish on the beloved Transformers universe with Transformers: Devastation. While Fall Of Cybertron remains a high point for the series, Devastation crams a ton …

REVIEW – The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask 3D (3DS)

Shooting The Moon – Taking place shortly after the conclusion of Ocarina of Time, Majora’s Mask is a Zelda game unlike any other. Ransacked by the Skull Kid while riding Epona through a forest, Link is robbed of his possessions, turned into a plant, and transported to a doomed world. With only three days to …