"What is farming doing in my action RPG?" This was my initial question upon getting settled into Neverland Co.'s newest title for the Nintendo 3DS, Rune Factory 4. "And where are the rune factories?" That was my second question. As someone brand new to the Rune Factory series I had been told that 4 was [...]
Project X Zone is a weird game. I guess you could say this about a lot of Japanese games if you are looking from a Western perspective. This isn't to say the game is bad, quite the contrary, but the entire game as a whole is something I’m not sure you’d see from any Western [...]
As a newcomer to the Castlevania series I've been well aware of the history of the franchise and the fans that love it. I know the fans expect a certain level of quality and depth in any style of Castlevania game, and after playing through the newest 3DS incarnation "Mirror of Fate" I can say [...]
Tecmo and Team Ninja have finally brought the legend of Ryu Hayabusa to Sony’s small screen. Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus is out now on the PlayStation Vita. A modified port of the 2009 PS3 release, Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus brings all the fast-paced, high-flying hack-and-slash you could want from a Ninja Gaiden game [...]
Nano Ninjas iOS is sort of like Plants Vs Zombies with Ninjas facing Robot Samurai - it's a tower defense game that looks similar but lacks most of the charm. Nano Ninjas lets you stack your ninja warriors up against the left side of the screen where they fling Shurikens and other weapons at oncoming robot samurai [...]
Transformers Prime The Game on the Nintendo 3DS (or Nintendo DS) is a quality 'stocking stuffer'. The game features full voice acting during cut scenes - something you don't get on every handheld game and the 3D lends itself well to the look of the game. Transformers Prime The Game stays in line with the [...]
The PlayStation Vita is out now - Sony's newest portable device that offers something for both casual and hardcore gamers. We'll have plenty of Vita game reviews on the website but for now check out this interview with John Koller from Sony PlayStation Entertainment explaining all the features the device has to offer.
After seeing both popular and critical success recently on the major home consoles, Mortal Kombat is punching its way on to the PlayStation Vita. Set to be released on February 28th, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios are bringing the MK franchise to Sony's newest portable handheld. As you can see in the trailer [...]