[REVIEW] The Coma: Recut

The Coma: Recut Developer: Devespresso Games Publisher: Digerati Distribution Available on: PS4 (reviewed), Xbox One, Steam, GOG Price: $14.99 USD For fans of: Claire: Extended Cut, White Day: A Labyrinth Named School The Coma: Recut is a "definitive edition" re-release of the original game, The Coma: Cutting Class, from 2015, as well as the Korean... Continue Reading →

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[REVIEW] Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack (Nintendo Switch)

Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack Developer: Inti Creates (self-published) Available on: Nintendo Switch (reviewed), 3DS (released in 2016) Price: $39.99 USD While Capcom is clearly uninterested in furthering the Mega Man franchise beyond console cycle re-releases and fighting game cameos, Inti Creates broke away from them in 1996 and have been steadily carving their niche... Continue Reading →

Cave Story+ Gets Physical, Physical. Oh, and a Launch Date.

The fine folks at Nicalis are bringing the definitive edition of indie darling Cave Story to the Nintendo Switch on June 20th in both physical and digital formats. In a PR e-mail received earlier today, the official price is set at $29.99 for either version. So what makes this release "definitive?" Similar to The Binding... Continue Reading →

Toukiden 2 Carry-Over Demo Available Now on PS4 & Vita

I never got around to playing the original Toukiden on the PlayStation Vita, but Toukiden: Kiwami was my obsession on PS4. Essentially acting as PlayStation's answer to Monster Hunter's newfound Nintendo exclusivity, Toukiden is a multi-player "hunting" game where you and your friends slay demons, craft gear, and fuse the souls of legendary figures to... Continue Reading →

Nintendo’s Fire Emblem Direct was Clear, Concise, and Alienated No One*

Nintendo's Fire Emblem Direct presentation lasted just shy of 20 minutes, but what it managed to detail in such a small amount of time was pretty astounding. It's clear that Nintendo now sees the once unheard of strategy role-playing series as a mainstay, and as long as you own a smart device, a 3DS, a New 3DS,... Continue Reading →

NX is Officially the Nintendo Switch. Thoughts?

It appears all of the rumors for the NX were true, as the hybrid home console-slash-portable handheld was officially unveiled today as the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo's upcoming play-anywhere device seems all set to release in March 2017. As shown in the trailer, the core of the Nintendo Switch is the cartridge supported tablet-like display screen, not... Continue Reading →

Let’s Discuss the World of Final Fantasy Demo, Shall We?

Set to release on October 25th for the PlayStation 4 and Vita handheld, World of Final Fantasy saw its first playable demo on both consoles earlier today (EDIT: The Vita version doesn't actually release until Friday. Sorry!). Without focusing on any form of storytelling, the "dungeon demo" instead walks the player through the game's various... Continue Reading →

Crawl Dungeons and Customize Robots in MeiQ: The Labyrinth of Death

Compile Heart and Idea Factory have been showing the PlayStation Vita lots of love lately, supporting the handheld with numerous games in the Neptunia series, as well as the otome (and one of this month's PS Plus titles) Amnesia: Memories. Their upcoming dungeon crawler RPG MeiQ: The Labyrinth of Death hits the Vita the 13th of this... Continue Reading →

Capybara’s Below Delayed Indefinitely

Announced way back at E3 2013 during Microsoft's Xbox One reveal event, Capybara Games' pixely rogue-like Below has been seemingly stuck in delay hell ever since. Prior to today's announcement, Below was scheduled to release at some point during the summer season, but now the game has been delayed indefinitely. In an industry where delays are... Continue Reading →

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