Traveller’s Tales have released a new Lego game, which surprises nobody really. Have they assembled the right team for this license, or will we need Apocalypse to rid us of it? Find out inside!
Another year means another Assassin’s Creed game. Does Black Flag shake up the series, or is it just more of the same? Gyme navigated the Jackdaw across the West Indies, silencing a few Templars along the way, to find out!
Imitanis has taken on the role of God to help grant people their wishes. Does The Guided Fate Paradox hold its own as NISA’s first rogue-like for the PlayStation 3, or should it be preparing its own wish? Find out inside!
Grass, fire, or water? Yes, the time has come to chose a new starter, and Imitanis has begun his journey to be the very best (like no one ever was). Is catching them a real test of his patience, or will training them become his cause? Find out inside!
After ten years and three sequels, Disgaea has spawned a fourth game that continues the story of the original. Imitanis has spent hours grinding to bring us a review of the game. Does it live up to the original? Read on to find out!
Ethos returns from the shadows to review the second book in the Dragon Fantasy saga. The promise of a 16-bit style JRPG is certainly appealing, so join Ethos as he discovers if Dragon Fantasy Book II can live up to the games that inspired it.
Easily the most hyped game of the year, GTA V generated an astonishing one billion dollars in sales over three days. Is this just brogamers being brogamers or does GTA V deserve all this excitement? Gyme spent forty hours in Los Santos to get the truth.
Apparently before he made millions of Kickstarter bucks for his Mighty No. 9 project, Keiji Inafune opened a video game theme park and was subsequently held hostage and rescued by his niece. TsubakiSamurai embarks on an otome odyssey to uncover the truth.
Imitanis appreciates 2-D fighters that require a high level of skill, despite being a novice himself. Join him inside to find out what he thinks of Skullgirls, recently released on Steam.
Vanillaware is back with another lustrous hand drawn action RPG entitled Dragon’s Crown. TsubakiSamurai takes the plunge into the games formidable dungeons, and manages to survive to tell the tale.