After an incredibly long wait, the fifth installment in the long-running Shantae series has finally leaped to consoles and PC after being an Apple Arcade exclusive. I’ve been following this series since … Continue readingShantae And The Seven Sirens- 1/2 Genie’s Finest?
Hatsune Miku, SEGA’s beloved Vocaloid, will be making her first appearance on the Nintendo Switch stateside for her 10th Anniversary with SEGA this week in the form of Hatsune … Continue readingHatsune Miku Makes her Switch Debut This Week
It’s no secret that the indie market is chock full of “retro-inspired” platformers that can be enjoyed for a little more than the cost of a fast-food meal. Being able … Continue readingKaze and The Wild Masks- First Look
When GalaxyTrail’s 16-bit inspired platformer Freedom Planet went live on Steam in 2014, I was ecstatic. At that time, there was an abundance of NES inspired games saturating the indie market, … Continue readingFreedom Planet Now and the Future
As Sega continues to port numerous titles from their extensive software library over to Nintendo’s console/portable hybrid, it was inevitable that Sonic the Hedgehog 2 would arrive sooner or later. It is, … Continue readingSEGA AGES- Sonic 2 (Nintendo Switch)
Far too often, many great video games don’t make it across the ocean for one reason or another. Fortunately, Bandai Namco has decided that Captain Tsubasa: Rise Of New Champions won’t … Continue readingThe New Captain Tsubasa Game will Debut!
Akira Toriyama’s legendary Dragon Ball franchise is no stranger to licensed video games, which have been produced since the days of leg warmers and video rental stores. They’ve encompassed several genres, including … Continue readingOpen-World Epic Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Launches Next Week
Shantae and The Seven Sirens, the fifth installment in Wayforward’s series of anime-inspired sidescrolling platformers, is set for a Q1 2020 release for PC and all major consoles according to … Continue readingShantae and the Seven Sirens out of the Lamp in Spring 2020