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The Hyperdimension Neptunia series is one of the most unique video game worlds out there and that is because it is all about the previous generation’s console war. Now while every other game has been a JRPG, the series PlayStation Vita debut couldn’t be farther from the source material since Producing Perfection is an idol simulator.
As I’m typing this I can feel my fingers itching to get back to tapping the beats of all the songs I adore in Love Live! School Idol Festival. If you wanted to know what kind of game can get me totally enslaved, this is the review for you.
The Last Tinker: City of Colors describes itself as a “platformer inspired by classics such as Jak and Daxter and Banjo Kazooie“, but does it live up to that lofty statement?
I often liken fans of the survival horror genre to someone dying of thirst in the desert. Occasionally that person will chance upon an oasis, a beacon of hope in an otherwise barren landscape. I’ll admit, I thought Daylight, the first commercially released game to utilize Unreal Engine 4, would be that oasis. Unfortunately, it was but a mirage.
Whether you’re a returning fan, or completely new to the game it’s definitely worth your time and money to check out this enhanced version of a modern RTS classic.
Dark Souls II could arguably be considered From Software’s largest and most anticipated release ever, but does it manage to live up to the hype or go hollow under the weight of its own reputation?
In Goat Simulator you are a goat.
I don’t know what else you want from me.
Wanting to recreate and pay homage to Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts infamous legacy of precision and difficulty is enough to strike fear into even the most seasoned of hardcore platformer lovers, but luckily you’ve got a viking on your side this time. Everybody loves Vikings, right?
Ultra Runaway Games isn’t ready to close the book on old-school first-person dungeon crawls just yet, but is Paper Sorcerer’s unique sense of style and taste for brutal turn-based combat enough to be the page turner it aspires to be?
Capcom’s classic cypher-slinging ninja gets a much deserved revival for next-gen in this souped-up “exploration-based” re-imagining of the late-80′s arcade game.
The first FINAL FANTASY XIII was a disaster, but the second one was a major improvement and really enjoyable. But can Lightning strike twice?
It’s time to find out.
Proteus is one of the few games I picked up during my Playstation Network winter sale binge. Developed by Ed Key and David Kanaga this artistic odyssey leaves the player, or viewer I should say, with more questions than answers. With a minimalistic art style sprinkled with a musical undercurrent, this journey makes you want to believe it has more to offer.