One Amnesia Memories LE doesn’t come with the game

Amnesia Memories is going to give Vita and PC owners another way to (virtually) fall in love again come August 25, 2015. It’s good news for otome fans, and has the potential to be even better. See, Idea Factory International realizes people enjoy special editions of games, and has announced a Remnants of Love Keepsake more »

Steins;Gate launches for PS3 and Vita in the U.S. this August

The masterful visual novel Steins;Gate will come to PS3 and Vita in the U.S. August 25, 2015. The news comes from online retailer RiceDigital, which, as it did for the European release (which launched June 5, 2015), will once again be offering an exclusive deluxe edition of the game. The “El Psy Kongroo” Edition includes a more »

Eitr Preview: Expect great things

I’m looking forward to Eitr, and you should be as well. I had the opportunity to sit down with Eitr’s indie developers during E3 2015. Their prior meeting ran late, as did mine, for reasons I would come to understand through meeting them. Eneme Entertainment is comprised of two people, artist and designer David Wright more »


Undead Darlings Preview: Former NIS staff wants you to fall in love with zombies

There’s new Kickstarter online and, I must admit, I’ve been keeping a secret from you all. I’ve known about Mr. Tired Media’s Undead Darlings, from former NIS America staff Ryan Phillips and Nick Doerr, for about two weeks now. My apologies – I know secrets aren’t good for relationships, but I’m sure you understand. I more »

King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember Preview: Eager for adventure

King’s Quest is poised to launch during July, 2015 with the first of five chapters, “A Knight to Remember.” I had the opportunity to see the latest build and ask questions of developers Bill Linn and Matt Korba during E3 2015, and what I saw has me excited to return to the fairytale kingdom of more »

Beyond Eyes didn’t surprise me

One of the most conceptually unique indie games at E3 2015 was Beyond Eyes, the story of a blind little girl who loses her cat and must leave the safety of her home to find it. I was as surprised as everyone else that a game like this was being made, but the entire concept more »

Make Amnesia Memories on August 25, 2015

There’s good news for people who are fans of visual novels and dating sims. Amnesia Memories is going to be coming out very soon. As in, you’ll be falling in love with five virtual men before summer ends. It will be available on August 25, 2015. That release date applies to both versions of the more »

Edge of Nowhere Preview: 3rd person VR is still awesome

Edge of Nowhere, by Insomniac Games, is one of the first third person virtual reality games ever to be developed, and I had the privilege of demoing it at E3 2015. The Oculus booth was allowing press to demo only one game, and I had to make my choice in a split second. My knee-jerk more »

Kickstart Purrfectly Ever After to help a cat become human and find love

Stories about animals that fall in love with humans and make a wish to become human themselves so they can be together are a familiar theme in folktales. Japanese kitsune are often the center of such myths. However, Purrfectly Ever After wants to tweak that tale. The Kickstarter otome game is asking for $7,555 to more »

Gnog Preview: Getting inside monsters’ heads

I knew nothing about Gnog going into it. I was at E3, there was 10 minutes until my next appointment and nobody was at its demo station at Sony’s booth. I figured why not stop by and find out why a green cyclops was staring at me. It was then that I learned that Gnog more »

Kickstarter Roundup: Late June

To say that Kickstarter has been pretty busy over the past couple of days is an understatement. Bloodstained’s Kickstarter ended, clocking in at just shy of $6 million to become the most funded game on the site. Shenmue III came out of nowhere during E3 and literally hit its $2 million goal overnight, immediately challenging more »

E3 2015 The Assembly Preview: Nausea inducing, but intriguing

I’ve already mentioned that nDreams’ The Assembly was my first experience with virtual reality, and I unfortunately reacted poorly to it. However, now that I’ve had a little more time with different headsets, I feel I can better explain my experience. Let’s get started with a little explanation of what The Assembly is all about, more »