Lost Sphear Coming to North America in January

Square Enix has announced when their newest Switch release will make its way to the console. The game, called Lost Sphear, is an RPG using the same engine as their most recent release on the system, I am Setsuna. The game will be available through the Nintendo eShop on January 23rd, 2018. Currently the game is available for pre-order through Steam and the Playstation Store … Continue reading Lost Sphear Coming to North America in January

Scribblenauts Creator Bringing New Community Focused Game to Switch

When you say the words ‘From the developer of Scribblenauts,’ you have my attention. Co-founder of 5th Cell and current head of developer Digital Continue, Joe Tringali is working on a new game called Next Up Hero. The game is currently in development, but they’ve sent along a trailer showing some early game play of the game. I’m very interested in seeing more of this … Continue reading Scribblenauts Creator Bringing New Community Focused Game to Switch

Zen Studios Announces Pinball FX3

Right now one of the bigger names in the world of digital pinball is Zen Studios.  The company is behind one of the most popular compilations of electronic pinball tables in Pinball FX2.  The free to download platform is available on numerous systems, including Wii U. Yesterday the company announced their next title, Pinball FX3, which they call the BIGGEST, most COMMUNITY driven pinball game … Continue reading Zen Studios Announces Pinball FX3

Vanquish On PC Is The Definitive Way To Play

Vanquish was originally released in October 2010 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, doing what Platinum does best and infuses over the top crazy action with the third person genre, which by then has become tried and true with its corridor waist high cover based shooting. The fast paced, high octane, time slowing action brings something innovated to the Third person shooter genre. Along with its visual design and boss fights, Vanquish garnered much praises. Continue reading “Vanquish On PC Is The Definitive Way To Play”

Final Fantasy XIV’s Free Trial Goes Unlimited – What You Can and Can’t Do

With the latest 3.56 Patch for Final Fantasy XIV, the game ready itself as it makes the transition to its newest expansion this summer, Stormblood. Available on June 20, 2017.

Also included in the patch, it removes the 14-day Free Trial limits. Now you can play to your heart content. Available on both PS4 and PC. (And PS3 till the release of Stormblood)

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Yooka-Laylee Release Date Announced, Wii U Versions Shelved

Yooka-Laylee is without a doubt one of the most anticipated games currently in development. It was a huge success on Kickstarter. The studio behind the game was also behind games like Banjo & Kazooie. This game harkens back to the platformers of the N64 and PS1 era. Now Playtonic, the developers of the game, have announced when fans will be able to get their hands … Continue reading Yooka-Laylee Release Date Announced, Wii U Versions Shelved

WB Announces New Ports For LEGO City Undercover

One of the best games on Wii U, still to this date, is Lego City Undercover. The open world game starring Chase McCain is a great game that if you haven’t played you really should. Announced today, via their Twitter Page, WB Games has said the game will be making a return. In 2017 the game will be released for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and … Continue reading WB Announces New Ports For LEGO City Undercover

Phantasy Star Online 2 Still Not Coming West

Earlier this month, Sega announced that Phantasy Star Online 2 is getting a Playstation 4 release. This, of course, lead people to believe it would be getting a western release as well. Well, unfortunately, the games status is still in a state of not a no, not a yes, but not at this time. Here’s what a rep from Sega said: Sega is currently not planning … Continue reading Phantasy Star Online 2 Still Not Coming West