Eager to try out Lightning’s new Action-RPG and finish the trilogy? Square decided to pay an homage to its 16-bit classics while throwing a bone to whoever is curious about the previous two games but can’t bother to play them. … Continue reading
The same studios that brought you the Arcana Heart fighting game series now dares to show up with a slew of obscure characters for western audiences. Perhaps you might recognize some familiar faces from a few anime shows on Animax … Continue reading
Following the launch event for Sony’s newest console, Microsoft decided not to attack its competitor but rather give a fist bump for the start of a new decade of effort to drive this industry forward.
The industry is filled with remakes and remasters that end up becoming a case-by-case treatment to classic titles. These upgrades usually include HD graphics, a jump on the framerate and some extras (gallery, achievements). Sometimes, not even this can be … Continue reading
A.K.A. Zettai God Project HD.
Now there’s no need to spam that E3 trailer anymore! Instead of an apparently scripted sequence with a mass of shadows, we’re treated to two normal battles and a boss. There’s also some babble about HD remixes down here too, … Continue reading
If you’re one of the lucky 5,000 who redeemed that PSN code fast enough, prepare yourself for two hours of gameplay. Check out the schedule down here and make sure you don’t miss out on it!
It comes off as no surprise that Vanillaware’s president George Kamitani held nothing back on his creativity for this title, since it is the first high definition game that the company has ever produced. Controversies over the design? They exist, … Continue reading
After a surprising comeback from sluggish contributions by its last moments, Beck got a complete game thanks to a small but significant amount of donations through PayPal.
Now Charizard can finally become a Dragon-Type!
Got a PSP / PS Vita? Publisher XSEED Games (AKA Marvelous USA) is offering on the NA Playstation Store the first game in the VK series for free (ACTUAL free, no need for a PS Plus subscription or anything).
Keiji Inafune and his team are now wrapping up the campaign for Megaman’s little bro, which is about to end in a few hours. The seemingly unending stretch goals have reached a precious spot for Call fans and the money … Continue reading
Today, both the SE Store and Steam versions of Final Fantasy VII received a rather large update that replaces its dated soundtrack for a cleaner one similar to the PS1 release. Recently, Digital River also came up with a better … Continue reading
Ever since its release in January this year, this title’s previous pricetag ($55) received only some short sales. If you are willing to stuff almost 22GB into your HDD, the digital version’s newly adjusted value ($20 / £20) might just … Continue reading
Few were the times when I decided to abdicate myself of any gameplay besides advancing dialogue boxes. Even then, when I mustered the courage to do so, I searched for novels that involve a guy seeking his love interest (possibly … Continue reading
Ah, Final Mix. Square Enix coined the term for the franchise’s Japan-exclusive re-releases, not much different from the International versions of Final Fantasy X, X-2 and XII. “Final Mix” has become a fearsome expression for the western fanbase: a mandatory … Continue reading
In North America, this one has seen a whole year and half go by after its release. In Europe though, the launch is set for next month. The announcement of Break Record (this very title’s remake for Nintendo 3DS, Fall … Continue reading
Instead of labeling this content with the quick’n easy THIS IS or THIS ISN’T, I will simply give you a quick non-spoilerific rundown of all potential instances of content that might raise some eyebrows. You can interpret it in your … Continue reading
Satelight may just have spoiled their opportunity to overcome the Cel-shading style that was often used in the last generation. Known for the Macross and Aquarion series, this anime company had the means to create what they proudly present as … Continue reading
“But it launched on October last year!“, you might say. Nope. I refuse to believe that games from 2001 / 2003 are supposed to run worse on better hardware. While no one was watching, Konami asked Hexadrive (devs of Okami … Continue reading