Title: The Witch and the Hundred Knight Price: System(s): Release Date: March 25, 2014 Publisher (Developer): NIS America (Nippon Ichi Software) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Blood, Crude Humor, Fantasy Violence, Language, Partial Nudity, and Sexual Themes. When it comes to games developed by Nippon Ichi Software (NIS), you have a pretty good idea of what more »
Wolf Fang Price: $6.99 System(s): PS3, PSP, Vita Release Date: Feburary 11th, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Monkey Paw Games (Data East) ESRB Rating: “Everyone 10+” There is an undeniable appeal in the idea of mechs. Towering machine behemoths that act as mechanized extensions of ourselves, turning the will of a single man into a dangerous weapon. more »
It was the game we all sorely missed last year; Watch Dogs was supposed to arrive in November 2013 and then, suddenly, got delayed to next year. Thankfully, though, Ubisoft has finally narrowed down a date for a game where you hack your friends and mess with the police.
Grab that vampire, strip him down, toss his clothes onto the ground! That, my friends, shall be our AKIBA’S TRIP: Undead & Undressed cheer. Yes, it’s incredibly weird and will garner more than a few stares, but that doesn’t matter. We’re going for accuracy here! And with AKIBA’S TRIP, you undress for success! I know more »
I guess The Guided Fate Paradox was good to NIS, because the game is getting a sequel. Yes, we will once again be roguelike gods. The God and Fate Cross Thesis Awakening is happening. (Don’t let that name worry you. The God and Fate is the Japanese title for the The Guided Fate series.) It’s more »
It’s time again for another PlayStation Store update. This week is a big one, with one of the most anticipated additions being the latest episode of The Walking Dead: Season Two. That isn’t all we’re getting, though. There are some other video games debuting on the PlayStation Store this week, as well as the start more »
One thing that’s never fun, when waiting for a Telltale game, is finding out that your platform doesn’t have a release date when the others ones do. Fortunately, while PS3 users and PC owners will get a crack at the next installment in series today (March 4, 2014), other platforms won’t have to wait very more »
Let me elaborate. Drakenguard 3 has Nier in it… if you pre-order the game. Square Enix has been teasing various bonuses for people who commit to buying Drakengard 3 before it’s released, and the ability to make Zero look like iconic Nier characters is one of the rewards. Granted, everyone will eventually get this opportunity, more »
The team at Sony San Diego say the most common complaint they get about baseball games is the time investment. Baseball moves at a more leisurely pace, one reason not everybody is a fan. New features Quick Counts and Player Lock will move you through games faster than Mike Trout moves along the basepaths. Quick more »
is a puzzle game widely beloved for its difficulty, right down to the bizarre hidden final puzzle, and for its rather controversial creator, Phil Fish. Fish may be gone, but Polytron is still a going concern, and Fez is still coming to new platforms, according to their latest announcement.
It’s going to be one of those days. Is the PlayStation Network down? It depends. While some PS3 owners have reported minor hiccups, today’s issue mainly hits the owners where it hurts. If you’re trying to get online and enjoy some of the PS4 exclusive features, you might just be having a bad time right more »
There’s nothing especially new or remarkable about a PlayStation Store sale. Sony’s pretty on top of things, which means we get at least one every month. The Spring Fever sale, for example, is pretty standard and comes around once every year, each March. Yet, out of all the PlayStation Store sales we’ve seen, the Spring more »