Kao The Kangaroo was among the platforming mascots that never set the world on fire when he first debuted on the Sega Dreamcast in late 2000. It followed the hallway-based level … Continue readingKao the Kangaroo reboot is shaping up to be a winner, arrives this summer
We’re now in a gaming era where exclusive games are a setback, released broken, overpriced, and not delivering on what they promised. But, it’s happening more and more, and gamers … Continue readingIndie Hand-Drawn Handmade RPG Latest on Xbox Game Pass
Klonoa is a franchise that fans are dying to see revived during the retro renaissance that the industry has enjoyed for the past few years. Speculation of a new entry or … Continue readingNamco’s Floppy-Eared Hero Makes his Triumphant Return This Summer
Most of you who have a streaming app and watch Attack on Titan know that viewers mad dash to watch the new seasons after years of a wait. But, unfortunately, … Continue readingAttack on Titan and Demon Slayer Crash Streaming Apps
Although Western interest in Japanese franchises began to rise during the fourth and fifth console generations, the sixth generation was where the popularity of these franchises in the States took … Continue readingNintendo Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Jrpg Cult Classic .Hack/GU With Game This March
Although 2021 was a lackluster year for some in terms of software, 2022 is undoubtedly looking far brighter in terms of output. We have arguably the most ambitious entry in … Continue readingLast-Minute Video Game Holiday Deals.
I’ve said it once, and I’ll repeat it- the Game Awards tend to be painfully predictable. I’m not alone in thinking the main event (s) are a bit goofy and disjointed. … Continue readingGame Awards 2021: Our Biggest Takeaways
The Xbox family may not be home to as many exclusives as its competition. However, if there is one thing that Microsoft has outclassed Sony and Nintendo on, it’s quantity and accessibility. … Continue readingSony Could be Rolling out Game Pass Style Service as Early as Spring 2022