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Persona 4: Dancing All Night fights shadows with rhythm

There’s no genre the Persona series can’t conquer.  If you don’t believe me, just check this out.  Persona is about to play some funky music with. According to Atlus, this is a story-driven music game that takes place after Persona 4. Rise and her group Kanamin Kitchen are the focus, as members of that group have gone missing. more »

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Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX abruptly delayed until September 2015

Funny company, that Sega, as it’s starting to seem a little disjointed after it’s decision to shift to mobile. Many iOS and Android games were the first casualties, and now Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX is the second. The game, which was supposed to be out next week on May 26, 2015, is now coming more »

Love Live! School Idol Festival scratches that Idolmaster itch

I talked briefly about about Love Live! School Idol Festival last year. I played the game for a few hours while recovering from the aftermath of E3 2014, had some fun with it, and then promptly uninstalled it a week later because I had an Android tablet that was low on space and it didn’t more »

Rock Band 4 will use old guitar controllers, even ones from rival Guitar Hero

Like a band ready to tour after a lengthy hiatus, music games are coming back in a big way. Both Rock Band and Guitar Hero have new installments coming this fall. Guitar Hero will have a new controller with a six-button setup instead of the five previously used. Rock Band 4 wants to embrace the past, and project director Daniel Sussman told Business more »

Sing to save the day in Omega Quintet this April

There’s a little game coming out next month for the PS4 that I’m so excited about. I’m not sure if you’ve heard of it, but it’s called Omega Quintet. It’s really unique, as it combines the JRPG experience with that of a lite idol simulation. You know, a save the world with the power of more »

Here’s today’s earworm – the Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX trailer

The 3DS is finally getting some Vocaloid action this year, as Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX is getting a worldwide release at the end of May 2015. That’s not why we’re here today, though. No, today we’re here to get some of those incredibly catchy tunes stuck in our heads. Because what better way to more »

Rock Band 4 resurrected in 2015, proves Rock and Roll Dreams Come True

I hope you still have your PS3 and Xbox 360 instrument peripherals, because one of the games that needs them is making a comeback. All of the rumors and hinting was true. Sometime in 2015, Rock Band 4 will come to the PS4 and Xbox One. So why am I saying to get the old more »

Jungle Rumble Review: Jungle Boogie

Jungle Rumble: Freedom, Happiness, and Bananas Price: $4.99 System(s): Vita Release Date: Month Date, Year Publisher (Developer): Disco Pixel (Disco Pixel) ESRB Rating: “Everyone” Do you still find yourself singing, “Pon, pon, pata pon” under your breath at night? Is your Mii always wearing the Rhythm Heaven Fever monkey hat? If you answered yes to more »

Let’s Play Crypt of the Necrodancer

It’s a lazy Friday! I’m sure you’re kicking back and savoring the notion of having a whole weekend with nothing to do ahead of you. While you do, why not watch me play Crypt of the Necrodancer for a while? I mean, it wasn’t like you were going to accomplish anything today anyway. Besides, Crypt more »

Watch those Persona 4: Dancing All Night and Persona 5 trailers

Great ready to feast your eyes, because what you are about to see will make your night. Prepare yourself, because there are now new Persona 4: Dancing All Night and Persona 5 trailers begging for your attention. Seriously, these are incredibly cool and since both games have 2015 release dates, you should watch them. We’ll more »

The World Ends with You returns in Theatrhythm

One of Square Enix’s best, original IPs is undoubtedly The World Ends With You. Ask anyone with a DS or mobile device and they’ll wax nostalgic about the action RPG, reminiscing about the unique premise, unexpected setting, and of course, the fantastic soundtrack. Now, we’ll get to hear some of those amazing songs again, because more »

Harmonix doing a Rock Band survey

Has your heart been longing for more Rock Band? Have you had an empty void in the depths of your soul because of the lack of simulated rocking out with your friends and loved ones? Do you own one or more currently working Rock Band musical instruments? Then you might want to take this here more »