Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth is the third game of the Utawarerumono series published by Aquaplus in Japan and published by Atlus worldwide. Continue reading “Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth (PS4/Vita)”
Space, the infinite void of darkness full of discovery and unknown. Some call space the final frontier then start a five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations then end up with tribbles. These are not the voyages of the Starship Enterprise but rather the story of one person’s adventure in Elite Dangerous.
Elite Dangerous is an open world space adventure where you are the commander of your own personal spaceship. Your mission: to explore the vast reaches of the galaxy. You are given the freedom to choose how you wish to experience the universe of Elite Dangerous. You could choose to be a space pirate and steal cargo, be a trader and gather a fortune or be a bounty hunter. There are numerous career choices and your only limitation is what your ship can handle. No matter how you spend your time in Elite Dangerous you will most likely find yourself lost and confused early on in both a positive and negative way. Continue reading “Elite Dangerous Review (PS4)”
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
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
Developer Tom Happ, and publisher Badland Games have announced that, at long last, Axiom Verge will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch. The game, titled Axiom Verge: Multiverse Edition, will be available for purchase beginning in August. This new collector’s edition of the game will be available on Switch, Wii U, PS4, and Vita. It will include a documentary detailing the long, five-year … Continue reading Axiom Verge Finally Coming to Switch
Square Enix, today, announced a new title from Tokyo RPG Factory, the team behind I Am Setsuna. The game is called Lost Sphear and the team promises that it will build on the systems found in their first title. This includes a revamped Active Time Battle (ATB) system. Not a lot is currently known about the title. From the press release the company sent out this … Continue reading New RPG From I Am Setsuna Developers Announced
Think back to the long lost year of 2013. It was a simpler time, when man could walk the streets without fear of dragons falling from the heavens and One Punch Man wasn’t massively popular in the west yet. One day Atlus appeared before mankind and gifted him a trailer that showed chairs tethered with balls and chains and liberal use of the color red. The video ended with a line of text that read Persona 5 Winter 2014 for PS3. Mankind went wild with excitement and praise for the gift bestowed upon them by the Atlus overlords and for a brief moment all was right with the world until man realized the newest console on the market was Playstation 4. After some time the God Emperors of Atlus decided time was on their side and worked tirelessly to present Persona 5 to man for the PS4, thus adding an extra layer of polish. And after a series of events, Persona 5 was placed in the hands of man in Japan and months later… the rest of the world. Continue reading “Persona 5 Review (PS3 & PS4)”
There have been a number of different games to come to the states featuring digital diva Hatsune Miku. We had one less than six months ago so it was kind of surprising that we’d get another one so soon. This most recent release, Hatsune Miku Project Diva Future Tone is even more surprising in that it’s a home release of a Japanese arcade game.
Project Diva Future Tone is a multi-part package. You can download the base package for free from Playstation Network. That gives you two songs to play. If you want more you’ll have to buy one of the packs, Future Sound or Colorful Tone. Each of these packages are available for $30 a piece or as a bundle you save a little bit of money and can get them for $54. Regardless of which package you choose you’re getting a great deal. There are over 220 songs in the full package, easily the most content rich game in the series, in terms of songs. The Future Sound package contains songs that come mostly from the releases of Project Diva F while Colorful Tone takes its song selections from the Project Mirai games on the 3DS.
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
WayForward and XSEED have finally given a release date for the upcoming release of Shantae: Half-Genie Hero. The game was successfully funded through Kickstarter earning more than $776,000 back in 2014. The title will be available at retail and digital stores on December 20th. Wii U owners will have to wait just a little bit longer as the game will be available for that system … Continue reading XSEED Announces Release Date For New Shantae Game